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DocIn Wood - Enzyme Refinery

Subproject of: Doktoratsinitiative DokIn Holz (DokIn Holz)

Project Leader
Gübitz Georg, Project Leader
Duration:
01.01.2014-31.12.2016
Programme:
Doktoratskollegs plus
Type of Research
Basic Research
Staff
Huber Daniela, Co-worker
BOKU Research Units
Division of Chemistry of Renewable Resources
Institute for Environmental Biotechnology
Institute of Agricultural and Forestry Economics
Institute of Wood Technology and Renewable Materials
Funded by
ACIB GmbH, Petersgasse 14, 8010 Graz, Austria
Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology, Renngasse 5, 1010 Wien, Austria
Department for Agrobiotechnology, IFA-Tulln, Konrad-Lorenz-Straße 20, 3430 Tulln, Austria
Abstract
BMWF and FHP agreed to establish postgraduade studies “Wood – A value added good with perspektive in future” (DokIn’Holz). Each postgraduade study is indended to provide a part on the value added chain. Overall all the studies are bound to represent a sustainable use of the wood.
The cooperation FHP decided to put 11 topics on the agenda for this project: These topics are: Saving the forestry primary production with the aspect on risk and unsaftyness, develop a model on supply-chain-management and new technologies for a more efficient processing of softwood, fundamental reseach for chemical and mechanical pulping of wood, aging effects on cellulose based materials, models to describe stiffness in cellulose fibers, modelling for a description of mechanical properties of wood, laminated beam and plywood with consideration of the nonlinearity of material- and wood structure and research on connecting components for a more efficient use of wood as and resource in the the building industry.
The project is a conglomerate of 11 sub-projects. These sub-project are elaborated by University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, TU Wien, TU Graz and University of Innsbruck.
Keywords
biochemical technology; biotechnology; enzymology; pulp and paper technology;
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