Research Collaboration in Resource Recovery with a research institute in India

He shares his impressions about the visit:

"I have met peer researchers and visited the labs within Resource Recovery as well as Textile and Fashion and discussed potential areas of collaboration including polymer technology, bioprocess and energy engineering, construction technology, and textiles. We have discussed collaboration opportunities around research projects focusing on the transition from academic findings to industrial application."

"I have also lectured to master's students and PhD students in Resource Recovery about bioenergy production, research methodologies, academic publishing, the peer review process, and my own research on natural and synthetic polymers and design strategies for converting waste and by-products into energy or other carbon-based products. We have also discussed similarities and differences in employing PhD candidates in India compared to Sweden."

After Thallada Bhaskar, along with the researchers at the hosting university, has identified areas of mutual collaboration, the goal is to draft a comprehensive collaboration agreement and continue developing partnerships and writing joint funding applications for various projects.