16 November 2022
Freek Pols becomes an Education Fellow
During last education day, Freek Pols became one of the TUD Education Fellows: The Delft Education Fellowship recognises and appreciates the efforts of lecturers for educational innovation and boosts the impact on educational reform and development. Freek's project, entitled: The road to scientific inquiry “Transforming lab courses”, focuses on setting up collaboration between the four educational programs of our faculty with regards to the introductory lab courses.
08 November 2022
William Kramer joined ImPhys as MSc student
William Kramer is doing his MSc end project with Dr. Joost van der Neut about using the Marchenko equations for eliminating multiple reflections from seismic and ultrasound data.
04 November 2022
Sabiju Valiya Valappil joined ImPhys as Post-Doc
Sabiju Valiya Valappil will be working on the PostDoc project entitled "Integrated photonics-based sensors for Bragg peak localization using ultrasound," where the focus will be to develop a highly sensitive ultrasound sensor that possesses a broad operational frequency range for detecting ultrasound pulses from the interaction between the proton beam with the ultrasound contrast agent.
31 October 2022
Lex Herrmann joined ImPhys as MSc student
Lex Herrmann will investigate the affects on ultrashort laser pulses that create acoustic pulses inside metals. Together with the known literature, he will try to link theoretical predictions of the shape of the pulse inside the metal with the experimental measurements using interferometry. He will be supervised by Koen van Dongen.
26 October 2022
Nuno Ferreira Capitão joined ImPhys as MSc student
Nuno is doing an Erasmus exchange program from Portugal for the next 6 months. His background is in Applied Physics and he is currently doing his Master's degree in the University of Porto. While in Delft, he will be doing a research project on neural network based parametric mapping under Dr. Qian’s supervision.
26 October 2022
Min Park joined ImPhys as Lab Manager
Min Park joined the ImPhys department as a lab manager. He will be working with Dr. David Maresca and Dion Terwiel on pH sensitive protein gas vesicles as ultrasound imaging contrasts. He has completed his undergraduate and graduate studies in biological sciences and bioengineering at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
10 October 2022
Miriam Menzel joined ImPhys as Assistant Professor
In October 2022, Dr. Miriam Menzel has joined the Department of Imaging Physics as Assistant Professor. Her lab will exploit the scattering of visible light to resolve complex fiber structures in biological tissues.
05 October 2022
Gijsje Koenderink and Sjoerd Stallinga receive funding from NWO Open Technology Programme
The NWO has awarded over 4.5 million euros to six projects through the Open Technology Programme, including the SUSTAINER project of Gijsje Koenderink and the Digital Pathology in 3D project of Sjoerd Stallinga.
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.
08 September 2022
Maria Adamo joined ImPhys as project officer
Maria Adamo joined ImPhys as project officer. She will be working for one day a week at ImPhys for Quantum Nanoscience for two days per week.
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