Marjo Kettunen
School services, CHEM

Marjo Kettunen

Development Manager

Contact information

Postal address
Kemistintie 1 02150
Mobile phone
+358503042827
Full researcher profile
https://research.aalto.fi/...

Publications

Research and Innovation Services, Department of Computer Science, School services, CHEM, Aalto University

Aalto University Research, Art and Impact Assessment 2018 : Report

Publishing year: 2019
Department of Forest Products Technology, Department of Applied Physics, Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems, Molecular Materials

Hybrid Supramolecular and Colloidal Hydrogels that Bridge Multiple Length Scales

Publishing year: 2015 Angewandte Chemie
Department of Applied Physics

Cellulose Nanofibrils as a Functional Material

Publishing year: 2013
Department of Applied Physics, Molecular Materials

Highly water repellent aerogels based on cellulose stearoyl esters

Publishing year: 2011 Polymer Chemistry
Department of Applied Physics, Department of Forest Products Technology

Superhydrophobic and superoleophobic nanocellulose aerogel as bioinspired cargo carriers on water and oil

Publishing year: 2011 ICCM 2011 - The 18th International Conference on Composites Materials
Department of Applied Physics, Department of Forest Products Technology, Molecular Materials

Superhydrophobic and Superoleophobic Nanocellulose Aerogel Membranes as Bioinspired Cargo Carriers on Water and Oil

Publishing year: 2011 Langmuir
Department of Applied Physics, Molecular Materials, Surface Science

Photoswitchable Superabsorbency Based on Nanocellulose Aerogels

Publishing year: 2011 Advanced Functional Materials
Department of Applied Physics, Molecular Materials

Hydrophobic Nanocellulose Aerogels as Floating, Sustainable, Reusable, and Recyclable Oil Absorbents

Publishing year: 2011 ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
Department of Applied Physics

Flexible and hierarchically porous nanocellulose aerogels

Publishing year: 2010 Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society
Department of Applied Physics, Department of Forest Products Technology, Molecular Materials

Solid state nanofibers based on self-assemblies: from cleaving from self-assemblies to multilevel hierarchical constructs

Publishing year: 2009 Faraday Discussions