Antal Boldizar

Professor at the division of Engineering Materials, Department of Industrial and materials science

​The research on Environmentally Adapted Engineering Polymers is devoted to the complicated interplay between the material compositions, the processing performed, the subsequent material structure and the resulting properties. Current research deals with cellulosic fibres composites, the structure and mechanical properties of paper board, extrusion of multilayered materials, recycling of bio-plastics and recycling of plastics from electronic waste. The teaching concerns several courses, such as basic materials engineering and elective courses on polymer processing an environmental adaptation.
MTT085 Materialteknik, 7,5 ECTS, a basic course on materials engineering given for the 2nd year students on mechanical engineering, about 40 % of the lectures
 
MTT090 Polymer processing and properties 7,5 ECTS, an elective course given for master students, about 25 % of the lectures
 
MEN126 Hållbar productutveckling 7,5 hp, a basic course on environmentally sustainable product development given for the 2nd year students on mechanical engineering, about 50 % of the lectures
 
MPM091 Environmentally Adapted Product Development 7,5 hp, an elective course given for master students, all teaching
 
MTT010 Materialteknik 7,5 hp, a basic course on materials engineering given for the 2nd year students on industrial design engineering and students on industrial economics, about 25 % of the lectures

​Projects that Antal is involved in:

  • Cellulose fibre composites
  • The influence of a needled middle layer of paper board on the bending properties
  • New extrusion techniques for lamination of cereal-based food
  • Sustainable recycling of green bio-plastics
  • Thermoplastic processing and properties of plastics from Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment

Published: Wed 08 Jan 2014. Modified: Wed 07 Jun 2017