Céline Montanari

PhD Student

cmmmo@kth.se

Tel: +46 76 559 22 08


 

Project Title

Multifunctional transparent wood composites.

My research activities focus on the modification of wood template and its functionalization to design novel wood-based materials. Transparent wood is one example of wood template functionalization for light-transmitting applications. New materials properties can be obtained by infiltrated various polymer systems into the porous wood template.

The figure below shows a demonstration of a multifunctional transparent wood for thermal energy storage applications.

Background

PhD student at KTH, Division of Biocomposites and Wallenberg Wood Science Center since November 2017

2015-2017: M.Sc. in materials science and engineering, double Master’s degree from EEIGM (Nancy, France) and LTU (Luleå, Sweden)
Research project: Impact properties of nanocellulose films, LTU (Sweden)
Master thesis work: Additive manufacturing of silicon nitride, Swerea IVF and LTU (Sweden)

2012-15: -B.Sc. in materials science and engineering, EEIGM (Nancy, France)
  -Classes Préparatoires aux Grandes Ecoles, Lycée Clemenceau (Nantes, France)

Recent Publications

[1] C. Montanari et al., Transparent Wood for Thermal Energy Storage and Reversible Optical Transmittance , ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, vol. 11, no. 22, pp. 20465-20472, 2019.

[1]
C. Montanari, Y. Li and L. Berglund, "Multifunctional transparent wood for thermal energy storage applications," Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, vol. 257, 2019.
[2]
C. Montanari et al., "Transparent Wood for Thermal Energy Storage and Reversible Optical Transmittance," ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, vol. 11, no. 22, pp. 20465-20472, 2019.
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