21 September 2022
Freek Pols published an article: 'Would you dare to jump?'
It seems reasonable that before students putting much effort in learning difficult things they need to see the reason why that knowledge is of value. In this study we try to create such an awareness pertaining to the value of scientific ‘rules’ in physics inquiry. Without much instruction, students (14-15y) investigate in the context of a new pirate movie the influence of a potential factor on the swing time, information crucial in designing a spectacular but safe stunt.
29 August 2022
Wieke Joustra joined ImPhys as MSc student
Wieke Joustra is a nanobiology master student. She is starting her thesis project in the lab of Elizabeth Carroll with Mette Dekker as daily supervisor. The project is about imaging the dynamics of calcium in zebrafish. This is part of a bigger research on diabetes.
25 August 2022
James Lin joined ImPhys as MSc student
James Lin is 22 years old and in his second year of the master applied physics. He will be working on multi beam SEM and aberration corrections.
24 August 2022
Stijn Karaçoban joined ImPhys as MSc student
Stijn Karaçoban is a master student Nanobiology and for his MEP he will be working on predicting the location of fluorescence signal in electron microscopy images using the CNN CLEMnet. His supervisor is Jacob Hoogenboom.
14 July 2022
Dekker scholarship for MRI research Sebastian Weingärtner
De Hartstichting heeft onderzoeker dr. Sebastian Weingärtner van de TU Delft een Dekkerbeurs toegekend. Dat is een persoonlijke onderzoeksbeurs voor getalenteerde wetenschappers die jaarlijks wordt toegekend. Met de beurs van 490.000 euro kan hij de komende jaren onderzoek doen naar hart- en vaatziekten.
07 July 2022
Joost van der Neut joined ImPhys as Post-Doc
Joost van der Neut will be working as a postdoctoral researcher at ImPhys with Eric Verschuur. His research interests include wave propagation, imaging and inversion.
07 July 2022
Megha Khokhar joined ImPhys as Post-Doc
Megha Khokhar will be working in the field of 4pi localization microscopy technique aiming to image fluorescence at cryogenic temperature. She will work under the guidance of Prof. Bernd Rieger and Prof. Sjoerd Stallinga.
06 May 2022
Alim Yolalmaz joined ImPhys as Post-Doc
Alim Yolalmaz is a post-doctoral researcher in Kalkman Research group supervised by Prof. Jeroen Kalkman. He received his Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in Micro and Nanotechnology from Middle East Technical University in Turkey. He has a B.Sc. degree in Physics Engineering with a double major in Mechanical Engineering at Gaziantep University in Turkey.
06 May 2022
Lidija Nikolic joined ImPhys as Management Assistant
Lidija Nikolic joined ImPhys as Management Assistant. She is originally from Slovenia and has been living in The Netherlands for 15 years. Although she is totally new to TU Delft, she has gained experience in international environments during her previous assignments.
03 May 2022
Zwaartekracht funding for living cells consortium
The ministry of Education, Culture and Science has awarded a Zwaartekracht funding of 20.8 million euro to the IMAGINE! consortium, of which TU Delft researchers Elizabeth Carroll, Sjoerd Stallinga (both ImPhys) and Carlas Smith (3ME) are a part of.