Dr. H.B. Eral

Dr. H.B. Eral



TTW-Open technology program subsidy, 2018

KIT subsidy, 2018

MIT-MISTI collaboration grant, 2018

3ME Cohesion Grant, 2015/2016

Global Seed grant, 2016

Veni award, 2014 

Energy&Sustainability award, 2014

NWO Valorisation grant, 2013

MIT-MISTI fellowship, 2013

Oak Ridge national labs travel award, 2013

Best presentation award in Burgers centrum capillarity course, 2011


H. Burak Eral  obtained his  Ph.D. degree at the University of Twente, The Netherland in 2012. He then moved to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with Professor Patrick S. Doyle and Professor Allan Myerson (MIT-Novartis Center for Continuous Manufacturing). Since October 2016 he has been working as a tenure track assistant professor at Delft University of Technology. He also holds a guest faculty position in Van’t Hoff labs in Utrecht university. He is currently serving in the board of Delft Process Technology Institute.  His curiosity spans crystal engineering, complex fluids (soft matter) & colloidal physics and hydrodynamics/microfluidics. He intends to extend the current understanding of the physical mechanisms governing dynamics and phase behaviour of soft matter systems that play a critical role in manufacturing and separation processes involving complex fluids, flow and crystallization

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