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Cellulose electronics and photonics: a new challenge for materials a new opportunity for devices III

This symposium aims to join the research community working in multifunctional cellulose-based materials posing an innovative vision for new concepts, fundamental understanding, and applications. This includes topics from fibre preparation/functionalization and multi-scale modelling to new devices and processing techniques.

Scope:

Concerns about sustainability have attracted a great interest in renewable materials from nature as emerging solutions to a range of technological challenges. In particular, cellulose-based materials are not only biocompatible and earth-abundant but also have nature-provided intrinsic structures for potentially transformative impact on new recyclable electronic and photonic devices like paper displays, smart labels, smart packaging, bio-and medical applications, point-of-care (PoC) devices, RFID tags, disposable sensors and actuators, energy harvesting devices, among others.

To enable all these possible applications, some challenges in fundamental research and understanding must be surpassed, which include giving new functionalities to cellulose and structures with tailored properties, novel devices with both proper functionality and mechanical flexibility, cost effectiveness, scalable and reliable manufacturing techniques, and system-level integration.

This symposium aims to gather the research community working with cellulose-based materials and cover recent developments in topics that include: micro/nano fibers functionalization and assembling, new cellulose-based substrates (nanocellulose, bacterial cellulose, etc), nanocomposites with other functional materials (conductors, semiconductor, insulators, piezoelectric/triboelectric, ion-permeable), multi-functional devices and actuators, bio-mimetic/nature-inspired structures, and cost-effective manufacturing technologies on large area (printing and roll-to-roll processes).

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

  • Cellulose and other related biomaterials such as lignin.
  • Nanocellulose-based functional structures and self/hierarchical assembly
  • Mechanical/thermal/barrier properties and multi-scale modeling
  • Micro/nanofluidics and biosensors on cellulose and related biomaterials
  • Electronic devices such as flexible electronics,
  • Sensors and actuators
  • Plasmonics and nanophotonics,
  • Energy harverting applications such as solar cells, batteries, supercapacitors and piezo/triboelectrics
  • Other emerging applications such as smart materials, membranes and others

Invited speakers:

  • Aline Rougier (University of Bordeaux, France) “Electrochromic Labels on paper substrate :combination of materials for enhanced properties”
  • Anna Laromaine (Institut Ciencia de Materials de Barcelona, Spain) "Combining nanotechnology and Cellulose to build smart stimuli responsive biomaterials"
  • Babak Ziaie (Purdue University, USA) “Fabrication of low cost disposable transducers and devices on commercial hydrophobic paper via direct laser writing”
  • Bruno Frka-Petesic (University of Cambridge, UK) “Self-assembly of cellulose nanocrystals into holograms"
  • Elvira Fortunato (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa) Portugal “Green electronics: a compromise for the green deal”
  • Magnus P. Jonsson (Linkoping University, Sweden) "Cellulose-based Electrochromic Displays and Metamaterials for radiative cooling"
  • Sameer Sonkusale (Tufts University, USA) “Paper and thread-based diagnostics”
  • Subir Biswas (Kyoto University, Japan) “Nanocellulose-Reinforced Transparent Substrates”
  • Wadood Hamad (FP Innovations and University of British Columbia, Canada) “Actuators and Sensors Based on Cellulose Nanocrystals“

Scientific committee:

  • Andrew Steckl (University of Cincinnati, USA)
  • Guy Eymin Petot Tourtollet (Centre Technique du Papier, France)
  • Liangbing Hu, (Maryland University, USA)
  • Maria Smolander (VTT, Finland)
  • Mats Sandberg (RISE, Sweden)
  • Orlando Rojas (Aalto University, Finland)
  • Rodrigo Martins (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal)

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Symposium organizers
Aaron MAZZEODepartment of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

98 Brett Road. Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA

+1 848 228 2498
aaron.mazzeo@rutgers.edu
Antonio José Felix DE CARVALHOUniversidade de São Paulo

Department of Materials Engineering, Av. João Dagnone, 1100 Jd. Sta Angelina, CEP: 13563-120, São Carlos - SP – Brasil

toni@sc.usp.br
Ari ALASTALOVTT, Printed and hybrid functionalities, Printed sensors and electronic devices

Tietotie 3, FI-02150 Espoo, Finland

ari.alastalo@vtt.fi
Luis PEREIRA (Main)CENIMAT/I3N / Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia / Universidade Nova de Lisboa and CEMOP/UNINOVA

Campus da Caparica, 2829-516 Caparica, Portugal

+351212948525
lmnp@fct.unl.pt
Masaya NOGIOsaka University

Department of Functionalized Natural Materials ISIR, Mihogaoka 8-1, Ibaraki, Osaka, 567-0047, Japan

nogi@eco.sanken.osaka-u.ac.jp