Publication is Highlight of 2016

Our pub­li­ca­tion about super­ca­pac­i­tor per­for­mance is select­ed as a High­light of 2016 by Jour­nal of Micro­me­chan­ics & Microengineering.

Jour­nal of Micro­me­chan­ics & Micro­engi­neer­ing (JMM) High­lights of 2016 gath­ers their high­est-qual­i­ty papers pub­lished dur­ing last year and the cho­sen arti­cles were iden­ti­fied by a team of expert ref­er­ees with the journal’s Edi­to­r­i­al Board.

This achieve­ment shows anoth­er fruit­ful out­come from our col­lab­o­ra­tion with Chalmers Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­nol­o­gy, says Anders Johans­son, Smoltek´s CEO.

Read the pub­li­ca­tion “Hier­ar­chi­cal cel­lu­lose-derived CNF/​CNT com­pos­ites for elec­tro­sta­t­ic ener­gy stor­age” here.

Read all High­lights of 2016 pub­li­ca­tions here.

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