Nanocellulose based conductive hydrogel for flexible electronic applications

​Developing a nanocellulose-based conductive hydrogel for flexible electronic applications. Using nanocellulose would enhance the hydrogels mechanical properties as well as ables the growth of metal nanoparticles in an ordered structure with controlled size and morphology.

Lauren Geurds earned a B.Sc. in chemistry at the HAN University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands. In 2019, she received a second B.Sc with Honours class I in the field of biochemistry at the University of Queensland, Australia. In January 2020, she started her PhD in the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) at the University of Queensland under the supervision of Prof Alan Rowan, Dr Nasim Amiralian and Dr Jan Lauko.

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Cellulose-based conductive hydrogels