The European Research Council has granted 1.5 M Euro to my BuBble Gun project. For a nice interview, follow this link. A more official news item from the University of Twente, here. More can be found on this link. https://erc.europa.eu/funding/starting-grants
Yesterday we started a week at the Lorentz Center where experts from education, chemical engineering, and industry will be discussing the challenges and opportunities to ensure the life-long education of engineers and scientists: Educating on Process Intensification.
One full page on the Saturday April 15th, 2019 edition of The Twentsche Courant Tubantia newspaper published an interview about my research activities and The Future Under our Skin event. This is part of a long-term initiative I am leading.
The Dutch radio station BNR Nieuws interviewed me on the Needle-free technology that I am developing at the University of Twente. It aired yesterday May 8th, 2019 in prime time. The recorded interview can be accessed by clicking.
The magazine De Ingenieur has published in its print and online version a very good article about the needle-free injection technology we are developing (in Dutch).
A new publication that results from a collaboration with colleagues in Singapore and Germany is out: In-phase synchronization between two auto-oscillating bubbles. Published in Physical Review Fluids, we demonstrate that bubbles driven with a constant heat source can couple with each other and yield in-phase synchronization, even in the absence of an external sound field. […]
With the title High-speed imaging of solid needle and liquid micro-jet injections, it has been selected by the Editor of the Journal of Applied Physics as a Featured article. we found that microjet injections are superior to solid injections in terms of energy and volumetric delivery efficiencies per injection for three different liquids. In fact, we could […]
Yesterday Peter van der Linde received his PhD title from the University of Twente. It has been a great experience to work together for four years.
We talked about an upcoming event, The Future under Our Skin, and how our skin, together with advanced technologies, could one day give us more information or functionality. The interview can be read here.
Yesterday it was a great opportunity to present part of my research to alumni living in the city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands.