Joakim Olsson

Doktorand at Chalmers, Biology and Biological Engineering, Industrial Biotechnology

Joakim Olsson is a PhD student working in the Industrial Biotechnology group. His research is on seaweeds and how valuable substances can be extracted and preserved. It spans from exploring the biochemical content and potential uses of Swedish seaweeds (fuels and chemicals), to preservation techniques (ensiling and drying) necessary for a future seaweed industry. In his work he commonly uses techniques in analytical chemistry, microbiology and biochemistry.




Seaweeds for a Biobased Society - farming, biorefining and energy production (SEAFARM)

Eva Albers Industrial biotechnology
Jenny Veide Vilg Industrial biotechnology
Ingrid Undeland Food and Nutrition Science
Joakim Olsson Industrial Biotechnology

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Ensiling of Saccharina latissima and Laminaria digitata with organic acid additives

Joakim Olsson, Eric Malmhäll-Bah, Eva Albers
Conference contribution

Biochemical composition of red, green and brown seaweeds common at the Swedish west coast

Joakim Olsson, Gunilla B. Toth, Eva Albers
Conference poster

Mannitol-metabolising yeasts for conversion of algal biomass

Niccolo Tosetto, Johan Westman, Sylvia Klaubauf et al
Conference poster

Bioprospecting for novel laminarases in marine microorganisms

Joakim Olsson, Eva Albers, Jenny Veide Vilg et al
Conference poster

Extraction and hydrolysis of algal laminarin for ethanol fermentation

George E Anasontzis, Joakim Olsson, Eva Albers et al
Conference poster