Institutionen för kemi och materialvetenskap

Multifunktionell materialdesign

Vårt yttersta mål är att kombinera flera funktioner i samma material genom supramolekylär kemi och utforma hierarkiska strukturer.
MMD webpage main image. GIF image by Aalto University, Giulnara Launonen

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Forskningsområden och forskargruppsmedlemmar

(på engelska)

Beakers / Photo by Aalto University, Aleksi Poutanen

MMD research focuses

Multifunctional Materials Design research group (MMD)

Department of Chemistry and Materials Science
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MMD team

Multifunctional Materials Design: research group members

Department of Chemistry and Materials Science

Våra projekt:

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Beyond e-Textiles project

Nordic network on smart light-conversion textiles beyond electric circuits

Beyond e-Textiles webpage, main image. Image by Aalto University, Giulnara Launonen, Maija Vaara, Mithila Mohan

AI-yarn project (Bioinnovation)

AI-guided biohybrid assembly platform for e-textiles

AIyarn project main image. Photo by Aalto University / Matteo Iannacchero, Maija Vaara

EARMetal project

Electrochemically-Assisted Aqueous Reduction of Waste Streams for Metals Recovery and Functional Surfaces

EARMetal webpage, main image. Photo by Aalto University, Maija Vaara, Mithila Mohan

MMD FinnCERES: Energy

MMD projects funded by FinnCERES (theme Energy)

MMD FinnCERES projects main image. Photo by Aalto University / Mithila Mohan, Maija Vaara

MMD FinnCERES: Acoustics

MMD projects funded by FinnCERES (sub-theme Acoustics)

Measurement of how sound waves bend towards the absorption material. Photo by Aalto University, Tapio Lokki

ModelCom project

Autonomously adapting and communicating modular textiles

ModelCom webpage, main image, nylon yarn helix. Photo by Aalto University, Maija Vaara

WEARSENSNANO project

Continuous monitoring of hypothermia in elderly people by the novel integrated wearable sensor system based on cellulose hydrogel and metallic nanowires

WEARSENSNANO webpage, main image. Photo by Aalto University, Maija Vaara, Mithila Mohan

Avslutade projekt:

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SUBSTAINABLE project

Multifunctional, high performance cellulose-based substrates for photovoltaics and optoelectronics

SUBSTAINABLE webpage, main image. Photo by Aalto University, Maija Vaara, Mithila Mohan

SUPER-WEAR project

Super-stretchable functionalized materials and fibers for third generation wearable technology

SUPER-WEAR webpage, main image. Photo by Aalto University, Maija Vaara, Mithila Mohan

Kontaktinformation:

Professor Jaana Vapaavuori
Professor Jaana Vapaavuori

Postadress:
Institutionen för kemi och materialvetenskap, Aalto-universitetet, PB 16100, FI-00076 AALTO, Finland

Besöksadress:
Rum B209b, Kemistvägen 1, 02150 Esbo, Finland

Telefon (Entrétjänster): 
+358 50 384 1658

E-postadresser:
[email protected]

Senaste publikationer:

Carbon Aerogels Derived from Anion-Modified Nanocellulose for Adaptive Supercapacitor Performance

Yazan Al Haj, Ahmed B. Soliman, Jaana Vapaavuori, Mady Elbahri 2024 Advanced Functional Materials

Bio‐Templated Silver Nanopatterns for Photothermal and Antifogging Coatings

Swarnalok De, Hoang M. Nguyen, Fangxin Zou, Fevzihan Basarir, Maryam Mousavi, Kristiina Mäkinen, Mauri A. Kostiainen, Jaana Vapaavuori 2024 Advanced Materials Interfaces

Towards More Sustainable Interactive Textiles: A Literature Review on The Use of Biomaterials for eTextiles.

Sofia Guridi Sotomayor, Matteo Iannacchero, Emmi Pouta 2024 CHI '24: Proceedings of the 2024 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

A Low-Cost and Do-It-Yourself Pressure Sensor Enable Human Motion Detection and Human–Machine Interface Applications

Mari Heikkinen, Fevzihan Basarir, Kim Miikki, Yazan Al Haj, Mithila Mohan, Jaana Vapaavuori 2024 Advanced Sensor Research

Processing factors affecting roughness, optical and mechanical properties of nanocellulose films for optoelectronics

Joice Jaqueline Kaschuk, Yazan Al Haj, Joaquin Valdez Garcia, Aleksi Kamppinen, Orlando J. Rojas, Tiffany Abitbol, Kati Miettunen, Jaana Vapaavuori 2024 Carbohydrate Polymers

Bio-based materials for solar cells

Kati Miettunen, Mahboubeh Hadadian, Joaquín Valdez García, Alicja Lawrynowicz, Elena Akulenko, Orlando J. Rojas, Michael Hummel, Jaana Vapaavuori 2024 Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment

Heat-Induced Actuator Fibers: Starch-Containing Biopolyamide Composites for Functional Textiles

Hossein Baniasadi, Zahra Madani, Mithila Mohan, Maija Vaara, Sami Lipponen, Jaana Vapaavuori, Jukka Seppälä 2023 ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces

Silver Nanowire-based Capacitive Type Pressure and Strain Sensors for Human Motion Monitoring

Fevzihan Basarir, Hamidreza Daghigh Shirazi, Zahra Madani, Jaana Vapaavuori 2023 Nanowires

Acoustic Properties of Aerogels: Current Status and Prospects

Tatiana Budtova, Tapio Lokki, Sadeq Malakooti, Ameya Rege, Hongbing Lu, Barbara Milow, Jaana Vapaavuori, Stephanie Vivod 2023 Advanced Engineering Materials

Recent developments of electrodeposition-redox replacement in metal recovery and functional materials: A review

Linfan Cui, Kirsi Yliniemi, Jaana Vapaavuori, Mari Lundström 2023 Chemical Engineering Journal
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