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21 October 2021

Special topic school on Waves and Transducers started

Special topic school on Waves and Transducers started

Last week, the IEEE-UFFC-S Special topic school on Waves and Transducers started. Thirty “students” with a back-ground varying from astrophysics to biomedical ultrasound, from theoreticians to experimentalists, from academia to industry have gathered together to follow this special topic school. ⁠

19 October 2021

Pieter van Velde joined ImPhys as PhD student

Pieter van Velde joined ImPhys as PhD student

Pieter will conduct his PhD research as an external student of the ImPhys department at the RNA Therapeutics Institute of the UMass Medical School. He will focus on gathering, processing and analyzing microscopic single-molecule data. The goal is to conduct molecular research that enables the rapid application of new biological discoveries to solutions for unmet challenges in human health.

11 October 2021

Freek Pols published a paper with first-year students

Freek Pols published a paper with first-year students

As part of the final projects of our introductory lab course, students conceived experiments related to the umbrella topic of 'Physics of toys and sports' and carried out the experiments at their homes. This paper revisits two of these experiments described by student teams and illustrates how self-conceived experiments provide opportunities to truly engage students in doing science.

11 October 2021

Jordan Gotti joined Imphys as a MSc student

Jordan Gotti joined Imphys as a MSc student

Jordan Gotti joined Imphys from the industrial biotechnology university of Milano Bicocca. She will join the lab of Daan Brinks for a master project and work on a project characterizing expression patterns of voltage sensors in zebrafish embryos.

05 October 2021

Léon van Velzen joined ImPhys as MSc student

Léon van Velzen joined ImPhys as MSc student

Léon van Velzen is currently following the Applied Physics master with a focus on instrumentation. The coming months he hopes to contribute to the research group by using software to model the aberration corrected SEM currently being built by Diederik Maas. On this topic he will write his master thesis.

05 October 2021

Rubicon grant for Applied Sciences researcher

Maurice Krielaart (ImPhys) has been awarded a coveted Rubicon grant by NWO.

04 October 2021

Haoyang Yin joined ImPhys as MSc student

Haoyang Yin joined ImPhys as MSc student

Haoyang Yin will be doing his Master project in the optics group for the next half year. His supervisors are Silvania Pereira and Dmytro Kolenov. Haoyang will be working on the coherent Fourier scatterometry setup for particle detection. The idea is to add a movable reference mirror in order to retrieve phase information and boost the signal to noise ratio of the scan.

04 October 2021

Thijs van den Brink joined ImPhys as MSc student

Thijs van den Brink joined ImPhys as MSc student

Thijs van den Brink will be doing his MEP on the Nano-aperture Ion Source under the supervision of Pieter Kruit. He will mainly be focusing on the simulation of the gas flow of the possible chip configurations. The modeling is done using a direct simulation Monte Carlo code.

29 September 2021

Sebastian Weingärtner fellow of the Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance

Sebastian Weingärtner fellow of the Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance

Sebastian Weingärter has been named fellow of the Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR).

28 September 2021

Van Leeuwenhoek lecture: Getting under the skin of paintings

Van Leeuwenhoek lecture: Getting under the skin of paintings

Just beneath the visible surface of a painting, quite literally just a few micrometres below, you can find a wealth of information about the artist. TU Delft worked closely with the museum sector to develop new, diagnostic imaging techniques for analysing the structure and composition of works of art.

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