FibreNet Blog

FibreNet Blog texts

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:


Scientific writings:

Joint formation and paper strength

Torbjörn Pettersson, KTH, published 14.12.2021

Multiscale modeling of bio-based materials for product development

Mossab Alzweighi, KTH, published 28.10.2021

Life Cycle Assessment of Biobased Materials

Carlos Andrés García Velásquez, Maastricht University, published 4.6.2021

Being positive in life and also applying positive charge on wound is good – wonder why?

Lucija Jurko, Maribor University, published 20.4.2021

3D printed polysaccharide derivative scaffolds for vascular graft application

Fazilet Gürer, Maribor University, published 23.2.2021

Again, AI

Ali Zarei, TAU, published 12.2.2021

Lost in translation in the bio-world?

Essi Sarlin, TAU, published 9.2.2021

Facile characterisation tools for designing an efficient fibre/matrix bonding in biocomposites

Farzin Javanshour, TAU, published 5.1.2021

Does shape matter?

Sören Östlund, KTH, published 1.12.2020

Biobased Fibres for Better Life

Stefan Jockenhoevel, BioTex, published 2.11.2020

Virtual packaging

Johan Tryding, Tetra Pak, published 6.10.2020

Far Infrared Textiles: The Next Generation of Functional Textiles

Özkan Yapar, Litija, published 25.6.2020

Chemistries in pulp production

Leif Robertsén, Kemira, published 23.6.2020

Considering the environmental impact of science and technology

Rupert Kargl, University of Maribor, Graz University of Technology, published 10.6.2020

Sustainability matters!

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

Julien Rion, Bcomp Ltd., published 4.9.2019

Tissue Engineering

Ariana Barlič, Educell Ltd., published 20.8.2019

Drug Releasing Medical Textiles

Matin Rostamitabar, Maastricht University, published 6.8.2019

Lightweighting of paper board – adding sustainability to food packaging

Mari Zabihian, Kemira, published 28.6.2019

Microrobotics and how to use it in fibre studies

Pasi Kallio, Tampere University, published 3.6.2019

What are the main challenges limiting the use of natural fibres in composite industry?

Farzin Javanshour, Tampere University, published 26.4.2019

Are there any alternatives to avoid microplastic pollution in my daily life?

Johannes Leitner, Mondi, published 4.4.2019

Sustainable forestry – the Nordic countries’ model

Christophe Barbier, BillerudKorsnäs, published 4.1.2019

Life Cycle Assessment: Benefits and limitations

Yvonne van der Meer, Maastricht University, published 14.12.2018

Is hardwood harder than the softwood?

Artem Kulachenko, KTH, published 31.10.2018

Bio-based fibres for human damaged part replacements and active wound healing

Samaneh Ghazanfari, Maastricht University, published 4.6.2018


Fibrenet experiences:

Networking through networks – FibreNet 5th NWTE took place all-digital

Mari Zabihian and Leif Robertsén, Kemira, published 13.11.2020

Remote work? Not me.....

Mengxiao Zhao, Kemira, published 11.9.2020

What is happening with the world?

Marko Žižek, TU Graz, published 26.8.2020

The tower of Babel

David Seveno, KU Leuven, published 24.8.2020

3 Steps to Deriving Your Own Model in Solid Mechanics

Vedad Tojaga, KTH, published 21.8.2020

It’s (all) about networking… learn to knock on its door

Ali Khodayari, KU Leuven, published 6.8.2020

Two years down, one year to go

Mónica Gaspar Simões, TU Graz, published 4.8.2020

Agile project management for research

Royson DSouza, Tampere University, published 4.6.2020

Dealing with multidisciplinary challenges

Ali Zarei, Tampere University, published 26.5.2020

Research during the pandemic

Matin Rostamitabar, Maastricht University, published 7.5.2020

We did it despite all the challenges!

Artem Kulachenko, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), published 20.4.2020

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

Fazilet Gürer, Maribor University, published 2.9.2019

If you want to go far, go together

Vedad Tojaga, KTH, published 28.3.2019

What are good training events made of?

Mariaana Savia, Tampere University, published 21.3.2019

Industrial and basic research: Different, but overlapping worlds

Ulrich Hirn, Graz University of Technology, published 4.3.2019

Experiences during winter school in Graz

Lucija Jurko, University of Maribor, published 25.2.2019

As the journey to PhD begins………

Royson Dsouza, Tampere University, published 30.1.2019

Season's greetings

Pasi kallio, Tampere University, published 21.12.2018

Start as an ESR in Kemira & Secondment to KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Mengxiao Zhao, Kemira, published 19.11.2018

Live in the moment – but remember to think ahead!

Essi Sarlin, Tampere University, published 29.10.2018

First Network-wide Training Event: Feedback Collected

Pasi Kallio, Tampere University, published 15.10.2018

Thoughts from the 1st FibreNet training event

Monica Simoes, TU Graz, published 4.10.2018

Surprising easiness resulting from a common goal

Essi Sarlin, Tampere University, published 10.9.2018

Working together with Mondi

Maria Kainz, Birgit Höttl, Johannes Leitner, Mondi, published 15.6.2018

Enthusiasm, expertise and energy!

Essi Sarlin, Tampere University, published on 16.5.2018

Tired but satisfied!

Pasi Kallio, Tampere University, published on 19.1.2018