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Medewerkers met het vakgebied Materiaalkunde, Multidisciplinaire

Wetenschap ontwikkelt zich waar verschillende vakgebieden samenkomen. Alleen al daarom bestaat er binnen de RUG een grote verscheidenheid aan vakgebieden, met daarbinnen een groot aantal vakspecialisten. Met behulp van onderstaand overzicht, gebaseerd op een vaststaande indeling van wetenschapsgebieden, vindt u op elk vakgebied de juiste deskundige. Komt de deskundige die u zoekt niet voor in deze lijst? Via een vergelijkbaar vakgebied of een gerelateerde faculteit vindt u mogelijk alsnog de juiste persoon.

Overzicht van alle vakgebieden

Mechatronic engineering 
Piezoelectric materials
Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS)
Flexible electronics
Sensors (piezoelectric, gas)
Piezoelectric devices
Micro/nano electronics
Optimal control, cyber-physical systems, data center control, piezoelectric films, phase-change materials
Materials Science. Device Manufacturing based on domain walls. Strongly correlated systems. Nanoscopic and mesoscopic measurement protocals.
Physics, Applied Physics, Materials Science, Nanostructured Materials, Electron Microscopy, Lasers, Coatings, Thin Films and Interfaces. 
Materials Science, Multidisciplinary, Chemistry, Organic, Energy & Fuels
Spintronics, Spin caloritronics, Nanoscience, Nanotechnology, Thermoelectrics, Magnetooptics
Our main research interests are currently focused on the design, synthesis and characterization of novel tailor made macromolecules as well as on the development of sustainable, eco-efficient and competitive production methods of polymeric materials. By utilizing modern polymer synthesis techniques including biocatalysis and other controlled polymerization methods our research aims to expand fundamental scientific knowledge towards advanced technologies.

Our research efforts can roughly be divided into projects centered on the design of new enzymatic polymerization/monomer synthesis techniques and projects aiming at the synthesis and the study of/utilization of the self-assembly of block copolymers. Please use the links below to learn more.
Electron microscopy, in-situ microscopy (heat/electrical )
Ferroic oxides, phase-change materials
Materials Science and Engineering, Electron Microscopy, Laser Materials Processing, PVD & plasma activated CVD, Nanostructured Materials, Coatings and Thin Films, Self-healing Materials, Surface Engineering and Tribology
prof. dr. Y. (Yutao) Pei
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Functie
Full Professor / Hoogleraar; Group leader, Advanced Production Engineering
Polymer Physics, Self-Assembly, Polymer Crystallization
Thin Polymer Films, Hybrid polymer/nanoparticles systems.
X-ray based structural characterization techniques.
Small-Angle and Wide-Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS/WAXS).
GISAXS/GIWAXS.
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Functie
Universitair Docent
Experimentele Vaste Stof Fysica, Oppervlakken Fysica, Elektronenspectroscopie, Organische dunne lagen, Moleculaire Schakelaars en Motoren,
MEMS/NEMS
MEMS design and simulation
Spectroscopy
Electrospinning
Thin film Deposition
Biomimetics
Nature-inspired sensors
Materials science and engineering
Hot deformation flow stress modeling
Molecular dynamics simulation
Tribology & lubrication; multiscale contact mechanics; mechanical design; manufacturing processes; renewable energy; biomechanics
Quantum Interfaces, Device Physics
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