About Baltic Sea Network
We are engaged with the transformation and modification of wood. Our goal is to develop high-tech and energy-efficient processes, which enable the production of highly sustainable products made of wood. This is an issue with considerable potential for innovation.
We are scientists from different countries of the Baltic Sea region. The research facilities of our network are currently at Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry / Latvia, Poznań University of Life Sciences / Poland, Uppsala University / Sweden, Linnaeus University / Sweden, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences / Sweden, Technische Universität Dresden / Germany, and University of Applied Sciences Eberswalde / Germany.
The Initiator of this Wood Modification Network is the Professorship of “Chemistry and Physics of Wood” of the University of Applied Sciences Eberswalde in Germany.
A Team of the Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development attends the 11th International Conference “Wood Science and Engineering in the third Millennium” , ICWSE 2017, taking place November 2-4, 2017 at […]
With a new thermal treatment process, the research team led by Prof. Dr. Alexander Pfriem, vice president for research and technology transfer at the University of Sustainable Development Eberswalde (HNEE), […]
This website is a part of the Baltic Sea Network Project “Formation of a network of efficient and sustainable wood processing based on a combined forming and wood modification processes”, initiated by the University of Applied Sciences Eberswalde, Germany.
It is financially supported by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research over the International Bureau of the BMBF at the DLR (NOE 11/082).
This communication reflects the views only of the authors, and the BMBF cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alexander Pfriem
Professor of chemistry and physics of the wood, as well as chemical process engineering
Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development
Faculty of wood engineering
Tel.: 033 34 657-377
Fax: 033 34 657-372