This lecture was recorded in a green-screen huge studio. The challenge was to give a presentation in a different order and way that I normally would do. Nevertheless, the result is amazing!
The Challenges and opportunities for small volumes delivery into the skin are plenty! Due to its relevance, it has been highlighted by the Editor. A free version can be downloaded here.
Today I had the privilege to talk during a colloquium organised by the Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg (HI ERN) and the Department of Chemistry and Biological Engineering (CBI) at FAU. The title of my lecture was Pinning and encircling bubbles, and it was online due to the current travel restrictions to combat the Covid-19 pandemics. I […]
A funny cartoon about a very relevant topic! I was shortly interviewed by Het Nieuwsblad, among other experts regarding the ongoing vaccination campaign and some challenges ahead. Journalist: Tom de Leur; Cartoonist: Zaza. (link to article)
Just before finishing the year, I had the great pleasure to hold a new type of Young Scientist Ambassador Programme missions, YSAP, from the Global Young Academy. Together with Dr. Chandra Shekhar Sharma, from the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, our two groups shared a full half-day sharing knowledge, and some food at the end! […]
Today I had the chance to present the main results of our Lorentz Center event related to Education and Process Intensification, during the European Federation of Chemical Engineering Spotlight Talks series. The links to the resulting papers are these Process intensification education contributes to sustainable development goals Part 1, Part 2. The link to the […]
The technology magazine De Ingenieur has interviewed me and published Ik los graag praktische problemen op (in Dutch) “I like solving practical problems”. It belongs to the section called ‘Doelen & Drijfveren’ – where professionals talk about their passions and ambitions, and are linked to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Since we cannot have a “face to face” event this year, we had an online event to explain future Master students what is it all about. I contributed with a mini-lecture explaining the importance of Chemical Science & Engineering studies in our faculty. My part shows up in minute 47:10. (link)
I have the honour to have been selected as member of the Young Academy of Europe (YAE). It is a pan-European initiative of young scientists for networking, advocacy, scientific exchange, and science policy.This younger generation’s perspective is a vital input to shape EU-wide policy for the benefit of future European scholars and scientists.
Our recently published work on “Cavitation intensifying bags improve ultrasonic advanced oxidation with Pd/Al2O3 catalyst” has taught us that Cavitation Intensifying Bags CIBs (also known as BuBble bags) in combination with supported metal catalyst (Pd/Al2O3) resulted in a 10-fold increase in reaction rates compared to the non-catalytic sonochemical process. This opens the door for more efficient […]