Graduate Student Alumni

Graduate Students

NameCurrent positionDissertation Title and Year
Dr. Annika KetolaVTT, FinlandSolid-stabilized foams
Dr. Karoliina HelantoMestä, Finland
Dr. Katariina SolinVTTNanocellulose Interactions with Protein and Water in Advanced Sensing Systems, 2022
Dr. Rubina AjdaryScientist at MIRAI FOODSStructuring of Nanocelluloses in 3-D Functional Materials, 2022
Dr. Janika LehonenInstructor, Aalto Uni., FinlandFunctional Materials from Nanocellulosic Networks and Uses in Water Purification, 2021
Dr. Ling WangPDF, Teraloop Oy, FinlandFunctional fibres by Wet-spinning of Bio-based Colloids, 2020
Dr. Emily FacchineSyngenta, USADynamic Microstructures and Interactions of Biobased Nanomaterial Suspensions, 2020
Dr. Tero KämäräinenPDF, JSAP, JapanMorphometric study of bio-based particles and their interactions, 2020
Dr. Wenchao XiangPDF, Stockholm Uni., SwedenInterfacial stabilization of multiphase systems with (ligno)cellulosic (nano)materials and surfactants, 2019
Dr. Annamari JukkolaCEO, Mö Foods Oy, FinlandFractionation of milk fat globule membranes in butter processing, 2019
Dr. Wenyi XieNCSU, USAThermal atomic layer etching and vapor phase infiltration for carbon materials syntheses, 2019
Dr. Sanna VirtanenUnknownFrom wood to industrial polymeric biomaterials, 2018
Dr. Meri LundahlPDF, Teraloop Oy, FinlandWet-spinning of cellulose nanofibrils hydrogels, 2018
Dr. Anurodh TripathiParker Lord Co., USAPorous and light-weight cellulose diacetate structures for environmental remediation, 2018
Dr. Joe LavoieNCSU, USAApproaches for surface energy control of fibers, alcohol repellency and electret charge protection, 2018
Dr. Prajesh AdhikariIntel, USADeveloping new multicomponent systems: From coatings, gels to nanofiller composites, 2018
Dr. Ahsan UddinTampere Univ., FinlandNanocellulose for control synthesis of nanoparticles and antimicrobial applications, 2018
Dr. Miika NikinmaaSuominen Co., FinlandWet-lay of synthetic fibers with complex fluids, 2017
Dr. Alexey KhalaloVTTAdvanced structures and compositions for 3D forming of cellulosic fibers, 2017
Dr. Majia VuoriluotoVTTEngineering nanocellulose biointerfaces toward bioactivity and strength, 2017
Dr. Jiaqi GuoProfessor, NJFU, ChinaCovalent modification of nanocellulose towards advanced functional materials, 2017
Dr. Fatima GonzalezAINIA, SpainBiorrefinería de residuos de la industria agroalimentaria: Valorización de paja de cereals, 2017
Dr. Parham TayebUniv. of Maine, USAControlling hydrophobic interaction in papermaking colloidal system by soy protein &lipoxygenases, 2016
Dr. Consuelo FritzLeitat, ChileLignocellulosic materials and their interactions with proteins and surface active molecules, 2016
Dr. Xiaomin LuNCSU, USANanocellulose as additive and reinforcing agent in melt spinning of polyethylene and polypropylene, 2016
Dr. Shuai LiFiberstar, USAValorization of lignins for use in multi-phase systems, 2015
Dr. Markus KorhonenKemira, FinlandFlocculation of cellulosic materials, polyelectrolyte complexes and mineral particles, 2015
Dr. Carlos CarrilloInvista, USAApplication of complex fluids in lignocellulose processing, 2014
Dr. Julio ArboledaColorquimica, ColombiaChemical and physical characteristics of soy proteins for new industrial applications, 2014
Dr. Carlos SalasGeorgia Pacific, USASoy-based polymers for surface modification and interactions with lignocellulosic materials, 2014
Dr. Laura TaajamaaAcademy of FinlandUltrathin films and nonwoven fibre mats from polysaccharide containing bicomponent polymer blends, 2014
Dr. A. AbdelgawadAMIBM, NetherlandsAntimicrobial wound mats from multicomponent (chitosan/silver-NPs/polyvinyl alcohol) systems, 2013
Dr. Nafisa IslamBUET, BangladeshSurface plasmon resonance studies of specific interaction of hexamer peptide ligand with human IgG, 2013
Dr. Junyeong ParkNCSU, USAStructural and chemical characterization of thermally-treated woody biomass, 2013
Dr. Kiran GoliIntel, USAFunctional coatings based on denaturation and adsorption of proteins, 2012
Dr. Xiaomeng LiuSyngenta, SwitzerlandPartitioning of amphiphilic and charged molecules on polymeric surfaces by physisorption, 2011
Dr. Ingrid HoegerKimberly Clark Co, USAUltrathin films of cellulose and lignin for studies on interfacial phenomena, 2011
Dr. Justin ZoppeOmya, SwitzerlandSurface modification of nanocellulose substrates, 2011
Dr. Maria S. PeresinFaculty, Auburn University, USANovel lignocellulosic composites, 2011
Dr. Mir QuddusWhirlpool Co., USAA study of fatty acids interacting with crystalline cellulose surfaces via molecular simulations, 2011
Dr. Kelley SpenceEPA, USAProcessing and properties of microfibrillated cellulose, 2010
Dr. Gang HuAIA Shanghai, CHinaAdsorption and activity of cellulase enzymes on various cellulose substrates, 2009
Dr. Hongyi LiuDun & BradstreetFiber lubrication: A molecular dynamics simulation study, 2009
Dr. Junlong SongProfessor, NJFU, ChinaAdsorption of amphoteric and nonionic polymers on organic thin films, 2008