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Thèse

  • Publié le 31/05/2018
    The main goal of this PhD thesis is to produce innovative transparent RF patterns with scalable techniques, in a standard environment, to address electromagnetic (EM) applications such as RF antennas, shielding, filters with a focus in smart packaging and building field.Based on the complementary expertise of participants (nanocellulose, ink formulation, radio-frequence), the objective of E-Transparent project will focus on the development of transparent and conductive hybrid system based on nanocelluloses (NFC/NCC) combined with a conductive material (silver nanowires, carbon nanotubes, conductive polymer) to address RF applications.

Thèse

  • Publié le 31/05/2018
    Nanocelluloses are promising materials within the medical field; for wound healing, as scaffolds in tissue engineering and for drug delivery. For some years research on utilization of nanocellulose extracted from wood (i.e. wood based cellulose nanofibrils (CNF)) for medical applications has been conducted at RISE PFI / NTNU and LGP2 together with various collaborators. Important fundamental studies have been done, for example cytotoxicity studies have confirmed that wood-based nanocellulose basically are safe, cell-friendly porous structures has been constructed, and control of mechanical properties of CNF-based structures has been demonstrated. In tissue engineering, the scaffold should stimulate cells to proliferate and form tissue. This requires a delicate balance between properties such as strength, morphology and chemistry. Fundamental properties of structures made from wood-based CNF, substrates combining CNF and other components (e.g. biopolymers, ligands with specific functionality, drugs) and the interplay between cells and the different substrates are currently studied. Such networks can be functionalized with cyclodextrin with the purpose to obtain controlled release of growth factor molecules or specific proteins.

Thèse

  • Publié le 31/05/2018
    Dans le cadre de la Chaire Industrielle d’Excellence MINT, la thèse s’appuiera sur une technologie d’impression d’encres fonctionnelles sur des objets tridimensionnels au moyen d’un système robotique. Grâce à ce mode de fabrication additive, des circuits électroniques sont constitués directement en 3D au sein de pièces et boitiers plastiques (sans utilisation de PCB). Ils sont parfaitement intégrés à la partie mécanique de l’objet support. L’essor important du nombre d’objets connectés et plus particulièrement ceux liés à L’IoT-Industriel requiert aujourd’hui de nouvelles techniques d’intégration mécatronique, comme la plastronique...

Rédigé par Anne Pandolfi

mise à jour le 31 mai 2018

Grenoble INP Institut d'ingénierie Univ. Grenoble Alpes