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13 January 2021

Ron Haaksman Wins J.B. Westerdijk Prize

Ron Haaksman, beloved teacher of physics experiments at Applied Sciences, has been awarded this year's J.B. Westerdijk Prize. Ron was nominated by the Vereniging voor Technische Physica (VvTP), the study association of Applied Physics, and received the prize during the Faculty's New Year's Breakfast on Monday, January 11, 2021.

11 January 2021

Bram Simons joined ImPhys as MSc student

Bram Simons joined ImPhys as MSc student. He will be developing a spike sorting technique, a spike is a potential given by neurons in the brain, which combines the CoSaMP algorithm from compressed sensing with template matching to create an online/real-time spike sorting program which can make the work of neuroscientists a lot easier. His supervisor is Sebastian Weingärtner.

08 January 2021

"What do they know? Investigating students’ ability to analyse experimental data in secondary physics education"

Freek Pols, Peter Dekkers and Marc de Vries published an article in International Journal of Science Education: "What do they know? Investigating students’ ability to analyse experimental data in secondary physics education".

10 December 2020

New publication in ACS Nano: "Versatile Multilayer Metamaterial Nanoparticles with Tailored Optical Constants for Force and Torque Transduction"

Researchers from the ImPhys Optics group have a new publication in ACS Nano for their collaborative work with the team of Nynke Dekker on: "Versatile Multilayer Metamaterial Nanoparticles with Tailored Optical Constants for Force and Torque Transduction".

09 December 2020

NWO XS grant for Elizabeth Carroll

The Board of NWO Domain Science has awarded sixteen applications in the NWO Open Competition Domain Science - XS. Elizabeth Carroll received the grant for her project: "Mechanism of tissue damage in FLASH radiotherapy".

01 December 2020

Adib Ridwan joined ImPhys as a PhD student

Ridwan will work on the Ultrasonic Sensor system development for cancer cell detection. His supervisors are Martin Verweij, Nico de Jong and Paul van Neer.

01 December 2020

PhD student Rick Waasdorp winner of the Philips Graduation Prize Technology for Healthcare Solutions from the KHMW

A ten for his graduation research, voted 'best graduate' of the 3mE faculty of TU Delft and winner of the Philips Graduation Prize Technology for Healthcare Solutions from the KHMW. The world of science lies at the feet of research talent Rick Waasdorp. He opted for a PhD Medical Imaging at ImPhys for the scientific program Medical Delta UltraHB, under the supervision of Dr. David Maresca.

01 December 2020

Alina Kuliesh joined ImPhys as a PhD student

Alina will apply AI-technology to ultrasound imaging to unravel fundamental challenges in quantitative bioimaging applications. Her supervisor is David Maresca.

01 December 2020

Xiufeng Li joined ImPhys as a Postdoc

Xiufeng will work on smart sensing systems and biomedical sensors. His supervisors are Nico de Jong and Martin Verweij.

01 December 2020

Researchers peer deep inside tissue

One of the challenges in optical imaging is imaging the inside of tissue in high resolution. Traditional methods allow us to look to a depth of approximately one millimetre. Researchers at Delft University of Technology have now developed a new method that can penetrate up to four times as deep: up to around four millimetres. The healthcare sector in particular may benefit from the new technique in the future.

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