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Staff members with discipline Multidisciplinary Sciences

Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.

Overview of all disciplines

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g.h.ten.brink rug.nl
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R&D Technician
Organic Chemistry; Catalysis and Synthesis, Molecular Nanotechnology, Chemistry Systems
prof. dr. B.L. (Ben L.) Feringa
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b.l.feringa rug.nl
+31 50 36 34278
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Professor
Regional Seas Governance
drs. C.G.A.A. (Constant) Hatenboer
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c.g.a.a.hatenboer rug.nl
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PhD student
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h.j.heeres rug.nl
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Professor
Human Movement Sciences: Movement, Aging and Health
dr. M.J.G. (Marieke) van Heuvelen
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m.j.g.van.heuvelen umcg.nl
+31 50 361 6044
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Assistant professor
Human Movement Science, specialization Biomechanics
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a.l.hof umcg.nl
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Associate professor
landscape planning´╝îprotected area management
J. Li, PhD
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jingyu.li rug.nl
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PhD student
J.C. (Hans) Meerman, PhD
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j.c.meerman rug.nl
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Postdoc
(perceptuo-)motor control and coordination, laterality, interpersonal coordination, joint action in sports, systems dynamics

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dr. H.J. (Harjo) de Poel
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h.j.de.poel umcg.nl
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assistant professor
The relevance of transition processes and their potentials in fostering and driving innovation at the urban scale is at the core of Emma's research. Her focus is on how system innovation can shift current development pathways towards sustainability. She strongly believes that the interplay between citizens, public and private stakeholders as well as knowledge institutes can have a crucial role in these processes. Also, she thinks that design can play a strong enabling role in innovation processes.

Key words:- Urban Innovation and the related enabling role of Design - Urban Public Service Innovation and Governance- Urban Sustainability Transition - Urban Living Labs- Community Participation in Planning
dr. E. (Emma) Puerari
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e.puerari rug.nl
+31 50 36 38868
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Assistant Professor Urban Design and Planning
Complex Systems, Network Theory, Energetics, Energy Modelling, Industrial Ecology, Rebound Effect, Finite Time Thermodynamics, Energy Efficiency, Transport Networks, Energy Markets
F. (Franco) Ruzzenenti, PhD
Contact
f.ruzzenenti rug.nl
+31 50 36 34691
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Arctic social Science, Stakeholder involvement, Interdisciplinary research, co-creation of knowledge
dr. A.J.M. (Annette) Scheepstra
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a.j.m.scheepstra rug.nl
+31 50 36 35826
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coordinator external collaboration
Environmental science (Polar regions)
Global mercury emissions
Radioecology and environmental distribution of radionuclides
Spatial analysis (GIS)
Python
Data analysis
F. (Frits) Steenhuisen
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f.steenhuisen rug.nl
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Researcher
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j.g.m.winkelman rug.nl
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Lecturer Chemical Engineering
A.I.M. Younis, MSc
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a.i.m.younis rug.nl
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PhD student
Chemical process intensification
Microreactors and flow chemistry
Microfluidics
Centrifugal contactors
Bio-based chemocatalytic conversion
Multiphase reactors
Transport Phenomena
prof. dr. J. (Jun) Yue
Contact
yue.jun rug.nl
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Associate Professor
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