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.
Together with my colleague Simon Kuhn, from Leuven, we wrote a Chapter (download here), and is now printed and in online form (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!
We can now say that “Reproducibility is in the bag”. Together with my collaborators, we came up with a suggestive title for our latest accepted paper in Ultrasonics Sonochemistry: Is reproducibility inside the bag? It is a new collaboration with colleagues from India, Finland, and the visit of an Erasmus-Portuguese student.
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).
The title was “Avances en aplicaciones a la industria alimentaria de los Ultrasonidos”, as part of the course “Tecnologías Emergentes 2016-17, Máster Universitario en Nutrición, Tecnología y Seguridad Alimentaria”. It was already warm in Spain at such an early time of the “spring” (March 10th).
On March 2nd 2017 I will give a lecture on “Improving nanomaterials exfoliation inside a bag” as part of the BINA Annual Conference in Ein-Gedi, Israel.
Today I received a certificate that every teacher in Universities in The Netherlands must obtain (for more details, click here). It was a great experience and I learned quite a lot of interesting things.
This year I was invited to give a talk on my non-native view as an entrepreneur in the Netherlands. The abstract and other details can be found here.
This one deals with using the BuBble bags for emulsification, and is a collaboration with colleagues from the Food Process Engineering Group, Wageningen University. It can be downloaded for free in the next 50 days from this link Emulsification in Novel Ultrasonic Cavitation Intensifying Bag Reactors