Latest Articles FibreNet Blog
Our PhD students, project managers and partner organizations publish articles from time to time. We have divided these texts to Scientific writings and to Fibrenet experiences. Here you are:
Alexandros Prapavesis, KU Leuven, published 3.2.2020
Molecular dynamics, Molecular dynamics! wherefore art thou Molecular Dynamics?
Ali Khodayari, KU Leuven, published 2.1.2020
Modeler’s Perspective to FibreNet
Mikko Kanerva, Tampere University, published 16.12.2019
Enabling bio-composite in everyday life
Drug Releasing Medical Textiles
Lightweighting of paper board – adding sustainability to food packaging
Microrobotics and how to use it in fibre studies
What are the main challenges limiting the use of natural fibres in composite industry?
Are there any alternatives to avoid microplastic pollution in my daily life?
Sustainable forestry – the Nordic countries’ model
Life Cycle Assessment: Benefits and limitations
Is hardwood harder than the softwood?
Bio-based fibres for human damaged part replacements and active wound healing
Published on 4.6.2018
My FibreNet experience in a nutshell – Science and Friends
Carlos Andrés García-Velásquez, Maastricht University, published 5.12.2019
A summary of the 3rd network wide training event of FibreNet in Slovenia
Rupert Kargl, University of Maribor, published 31.10.2019
Minimize your to-do list
Mossab Alzweighi, KTH, published 10.10.2019
1st year experiences in PhD and Maribor
If you want to go far, go together
What are good training events made of?
Industrial and basic research: Different, but overlapping worlds
Experiences during winter school in Graz
As the journey to PhD begins………
Start as an ESR in Kemira & Secondment to KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Live in the moment – but remember to think ahead!
First Network-wide Training Event: Feedback Collected
Thoughts from the 1st FibreNet training event
Surprising easiness resulting from a common goal
Working together with Mondi
Enthusiasm, expertise and energy!
Published on 16.5.2018
Tired but satisfied!
Published on 19.1.2018