PROFESSOR, Head of Division
Professor, head of the Polymeric Materials division. Editor for Polymer Testing. Physical properties of synthetic and renewable polymers, Polymers from renewable resources (proteins and polyaccharides), mass transport and mechanical properties, modelling of polymers and polymer properties, packaging, ageing properties, magnetic materials, blends, micro- and nanocomposites, foams, processing of polymers, electrospinning.
Some book chapters:
Barrier packaging materials, M. S. Hedenqvist, Chapter 26, 547-563, in “Environmental Degradation of Materials”, 2nd Ed, Ed. M. Kutz, William Andrew Publ., Norwich, NY (2012).
Transport properties of nanocomposites based on polymers and layered inorganic fillers, D. Nordqvist and M. S. Hedenqvist, Chapter 2, 34-63, in ”Packaging Nanotechnology”, Eds. A. K: Mohanty, M. Misra and H. S. Nalwa, American Scientific Publishers, Stevenson Ranch, CA (2009).
Mass transport and high barrier properties of food packaging polymers, F. Nilsson and M. S. Hedenqvist, Chapter 6, in ”Multifunctional and nanoreinforced polymers for food packaging”, Ed. J.-M. Lagaron, Woodhead Publishing Ltd., Cambridge, 2011.
Production, Chemistry and Properties of Proteins, M. Gällstedt, M. S. Hedenqvist and H. Ture, Chapter 6, in ”Films and coatings from renewable resources – An applications perspective”, Ed. D. Plackett, Blackwell Publishing Ltd/John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, 2011.
“Plasticizers for protein-based materials”, N. H. Ullsten, and M. Gällstedt, M. S. Hedenqvist, in Viscoelastic and Viscoplastic Materials, Ed. M. F. El-Amin, Chapter 5, pp. 81-101, INTEC, 2016.
Advanced Experimental Techniques; Theory and Practice (FKF3450), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web
Advanced Experimental Techniques; Theory and Practise, I (FKF3440), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web