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Medewerkers met het vakgebied Nanowetenschappen & Nanotechnologie

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

Ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials
Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS)
Mechatronic engineering 
Flexible electronics
Sensors (piezoelectric, gas)
Piezoelectric devices
Micro/nano electronics
Oxide thin films
Pulsed laser deposition
Atomic layer deposition
X-ray diffraction
Atomic force microscopy
J. (Jordi) Antoja Lleonart, MSc
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Promovendus
Organic Materials-Chemistry and Devices, Unconventional Nanofabrication, and Self-Assembled Monolayers
prof. dr. R.C. (Ryan) Chiechi
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Associate Professor
Biomaterialen, nanomaterialen, farmaceutische technologie, nanomedicijnen, drug targeting, immunotherapie, kanker, ontstekingsziekten, hematologie, celkweek, in vivo modelering, farmacokinetiek.
Physics of organic semiconductor devices (OPVs, OLEDs, ...)
Organische Chemie; Catalyse and Synthese; Moleculaire Nanotechnologie; Systems Chemistry
Toedieningsvormen voor geneesmiddelen; Biofarmaceutische aspecten van geneesmiddelen; Productie van geneesmiddelen; Inhalatie van geneesmiddelen; Stabillisatie van biofarmaceutica (eiwitten, vaccins); Suikerglas technologie; Tabletteren; Gerichte orale toediening van geneesmiddelen; Coating; Oplosbaarheid van slecht oplosbare geneesmiddelen, Formuleringen en toedieningsvormen voor vaccins
prof. dr. H.W. (Erik) Frijlink
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Hoogleraar Farmaceutische Technologie en Biofarmacie
Physics, Applied Physics, Materials Science, Nanostructured Materials, Electron Microscopy, Lasers, Coatings, Thin Films and Interfaces. 
Ion channels, chemical biology, biochemistry, biophysics, electrophysiology, nanotechnology
prof. dr. A. (Armagan) Kocer
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Tenure-Track Associate Professor
Materiaalkunde, Elektronenmicroscopie, Oppervlakken en Grensvlakken, Phase-change materials, Chalcogenide materialen
prof. dr. ir. B.J. (Bart J) Kooi
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Voorzitter basiseenheid Nanostructured Materials and Interfaces, Professor
Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS),
Flexible electronics,
Nanoelectronics,
Nature-inspired sensing
Soft polymer sensors,
Biomimetic materials and sensors,
Biomedical MEMS
Selected expertise  -Materials
Surface Chemistry, Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology, Materials Processing,  Materials Characterization,Nanofabrication, Nanotechnology, Molecular Electronics, Au and Ag thin film by PVD,
Development of Vanadium oxide thin film by MOCVD,  Fabrication of ZnO nanostructure thin film by Microwave.  
Microscopy and spectroscopy-
Scanning Electron Microscopy, EDS, XRD, Transmission Electron Microscopy , Atomic Force Microscopy,  X-ray photoemmision spectroscopy and UV-photoemmision spectroscopy ,Vacuum  Technology, Clean room and EGaIn in Glove box working experience.
Spintronics, Spin caloritronics, Nanoscience, Nanotechnology, Thermoelectrics, Magnetooptics
Nanofluidics
Electrochemical Sensors
J. (Jamo) Momand, MSc
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Research Technician
Dunne lagen van functionele oxiden; Ferroelektrische en piezo-elektrische materialen. (Synchrotron) X-ray diffractie Nanodomains en functionele domain walls. 
1-spin relaxation process in graphene

2- atomically thin boron nitride tunnel barriers for spin injection 

3- 1/f type spin noise in graphene

4- Spin valleytronics in WS2

5-  Spin transport modulation in  graphene-WS2 heterostructures via spin orbit coupling
Research: Ranoscale surface roughness,   Casimir effect, Micro/Nanoelectromechanical systems, Nanoparticles, Kinetic roughening, Scanning probe microscopy, Adhesion, Friction / FULL-LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
Teaching: Mathematical (Physics, 1st year), Electronics (Physics, 2nd year), Electronics (Biomedical Technology, 3rd year)
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Representative recent  publications:
*Casimir Force Contrast Between Amorphous and Crystalline Phases of AIST, Adv. Funct. Mat.
*Tuning structural motifs and alloying of bulk immiscible Mo–Cu bimetallic nanoparticles, Nanoscale 
*Significance of the Casimir force and surface roughness for actuation dynamics of MEMS, Phys. Rev. B  
*Sensitivity of micromechanical actuation on amorphous to crystalline phase transformations under the influence of Casimir forces, Phys. Rev. B    
*Graphene-on-Silicon Near-Field Thermophotovoltaic Cell, Phys. Rev. Applied  
*Casimir forces from conductive silicon carbide surfaces, Phys. Rev. B  
*Synthesis and exceptional thermal stability of Mg-based bimetallic nanoparticles during hydrogenation, Nanoscale  
*Surface engineering of the quality factor of metal coated microcantilevers, J. Apll. Phys   
*Influence of surface roughness on dispersion forces ( Review Article), Advances in Colloid and Interface Science.   
*Roughness controlled superhydrophobicity onsingle nanometer length scale with metal nanoparticles , Royal Society Chemistry Advances 
*Influence of materials optical response on actuation dynamics by Casimir forces, J. Phys. Cond. Mat.
*Nonlinear actuation dynamics of driven Casimir oscillators with rough surfaces,  Phys. Rev. Applied 
*Casimir force measurements from silicon carbide surfaces , Phys. Rev. B 
*Synthesis and morphology of iron–iron oxide core–shell nanoparticles produced by high pressure gas condensation, Nanotechnology
*Capillary-force measurement on SiC surfaces, Phys. Rev. E 
*Control surface wettability with nanoparticles from phase-change materials, Appl. Phys. Lett.
*Strategies to initiate and control the nucleation behavior of bimetallic nanoparticles, Nanoscale
*Global consequences of a local Casimir force: Adhered cantilever, Appl.Phys.Lett
*Rough Electrode Creates Excess Capacitance in Thin-Film Capacitors,  ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces
*Chaotic behavior in Casimir oscillators: A case study for phase-change materials,  Phys. Rev. E
*Shape and structural motifs control of MgTi bimetallic nanoparticles using hydrogen and methane as trace impurities,  Nanoscale
*Dependence of chaotic actuation dynamics of Casimir oscillators on optical properties and electrostatic effects, EPJB
 
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Recent & current research-related  activities: 
*Casimir effect put to work as a nano-switch / New Scientist 
*Specia Issue: CASIMIR PHYSICS  
*ESF Research Networking Program CASIMIR  & Final evaluation RNP CASIMIR 
*National Science agenda (NL): Casimir Natuurkunde voor innovatie: waarom is dit nuttig?
*Casimir Physics workshop 2016: Casimir and van der Waals Physics: Progress and Prospect  (2016)
*Casimir physics in the Zernike Institute news
*Casimir force: From fundamental science to technology/ Condensed matter Division  (EPS) 2016
* Biggest unanswered questions in Physics  | we are not done yet....!
* World Technology Evaluation
 
prof. dr. G. (George) Palasantzas
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Professor in Physics (Surface interactions and Nanostructures)
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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Full Professor / Hoogleraar; Group leader, Advanced Production Engineering
• Heterogene Katalyse• Homogene Katalyse• Groene Chemie• Metaaloxiden• Silsesquioxanen• Silicaten• Zeoliten• Mesoporeuze materialen• Nanomaterialen• Superkritische CO2• High-Throughput Experimentation• Fotokatalyse• Elektrokatalyse
prof. dr. P.P. (Paolo) Pescarmona
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Associate Professor in Sustainable Chemical Products and Catalysis
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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Universitair Docent
Dielectric thin films degradation and breakdown - High-k based stacks - Resistive switching - Sputtering and photolithography - X-ray reflectometry - Domain wall motion under magnetic field - Magnetooptic Kerr effect (polar configuration)
organische chemie, fysische chemie, polymeer chemie, (bio)nanotechnologie
Experimentele Vaste Stof Fysica, Oppervlakken Fysica, Elektronenspectroscopie, Organische dunne lagen, Moleculaire Schakelaars en Motoren,
Electrocatalysis
CO2 utilization & O2 reduction
Nanomaterials
X-ray crystallography
Hydrodynamic voltammetry
Low-temperature PEM fuel cells
Materials science and engineering
Hot deformation flow stress modeling
Molecular dynamics simulation
S. (Saurabh) Soni
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PhD student
Cryo-Elektronenmicroscopie
Soft matter
dr. M.C.A. (Marc) Stuart
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facility manager Electron Microscopy
Growing Crystal using Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD), Spectroscopy (XPS, Raman) and Microscopy (AFM, SEM) Characterization for two-dimensional (2D) material
A. (Ali) Syari'ati
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PhD student
Y. (Yuchen) Tian
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Promovendus
Tribology & lubrication; multiscale contact mechanics; mechanical design; manufacturing processes; renewable energy; biomechanics
Quantum Optics, semiconductor optics, semiconductor device physics
Cell-biomaterial interaction; Cell-cell contact


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