In a short interview, I was able to share some of my dreams and past activities at the University of Twente. You can read the short text here.
A collaboration with colleagues from the Universidad de Sevilla gives monodisperse bubbles with a twist. Novel swirl flow‑focusing microfluidic device for the production of monodisperse microbubbles. A link to the publication can be found here.
After organizing an event in 2014, Pathways to Solar Hydrogen Technologies, at the prestigious Lorentz Centre, we managed to coordinate the input of 45+ co-authors and produced a paper recently accepted in Energy and Environmental Science. The link to the paper can be found here.
The most recent “pit” story, as a collaboration’s result, together with colleagues at TU Darmstad: Bubble nucleation from micro-crevices in a shear flow.
Several news-websites replicated the great news, and the printed version of Kijk includes a two-page special report on our idea! From the Kijk magazine website. From the U-today website. From the University of Twente website. A video with an interview (in Dutch) can be seen here:
The Dutch magazine KIJK, has nominated my needle-free idea InkBeams, and the popular vote has positioned it at the top of all the selected ideas. Now a group of experts will decide what will happen … Looking forward to it!
Here the link to this race: The Batavierenrace is the largest relay race in the world and the largest student event of the Netherlands. It is a race over 175 km from Nijmegen to Enschede, divided into 25 stages. 350 teams ( which means 8,500 students) will participate in this race. Afterwards, the biggest student […]
In an interview published in the new site of Novel-T, Peter Hoekstra and I share some memories of The Startup Launch 2016. The text can be read here.
My colleague (and professor) Michel Versluis, demonstrates how the contact lens of the TV presenter can be cleaned inside the BuBble bag! Enjoy the video here!
A paper in which I contributed, and appeared in PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, (open access) is the result of scientific discussions during a Lorentz Workshop in Leiden, The Netherlands. (more details here).