Pulp and Paper Institute, Bogišićeva 8, 1000 Ljubljana, SL
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Current projects

Cel.krog

Cel.krog

Pulp and Paper Institute is leading partner in the R&D programme »Potential of biomass for development of advanced materials and bio-based products« connecting 21 companies and research organizations. Cel.cycle was selected by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport as strategic research, development and innovation programs on the priority area of the Slovenian Smart Specialization Strategy (S4) “The natural and traditional resources for the future, Networks for the transition to the circular economy” and is co-financed by EU Structural Funds in Slovenia. More information on: www.celkrog.si.


InnoRenew CoE

InnoRenew CoE

ICP is a partner in project of development of the Renewable Materials and Healthy Environments Research and Innovation Centre of Excellence, which is chosen as one of nine projects in the Teaming call of the European Union's Horizon 2020 Framework Research and Innovation Programme. The project with eight slovenian partners and the advanced partner Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research WKI Germany is lead by the University of Primorska. For more information visit web page www.innorenew.eu.


The development of portable electrochemical sensor

ICP as a joint partner together with the coordinator Jožef Štefan Institute will in a 3-year project (2017-2019) together with the Institute for the environmental protection and sensors research with different electrochemical technics for deposition of nano-modified Ni, CO-based metals and their printed electrode modification. This will result in the development of new economically viable sensor devices for field analysis of organic and/or inorganic components as formaldehyde (HCHO) with possibilities of branching the results to other elements like hydrogen peroxide and methanol. The Pulp and Paper Insitute is responsible for the process optimisation of electrodeposition on printed electrodes, the development of printed electrode and autonomous sensor and participates in the final calibration and validation of autonomous sensor platforms which are developed during the process.