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Annemarie Maan wins the Stratingh Award (Backer Foundation)

04 April 2019

Annemarie Maan has received the Stratingh Award for the best-written colloquium (year 2018), for her work entitled: ‘Metal-Polymer Composites for Wearable Electronics’. Under the supervision of Prof. Ryan Chiechi, she investigated and discussed the achievability of durable and wearable electronics that can maintain a high electrical conductivity while being stretched. Recently, Annemarie joined the Polymer Science group of Prof. Marleen Kamperman as a PhD student, where she is working on the design and synthesis of reversible anti-fouling polymer coatings.

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Last modified:04 April 2019 11.55 a.m.

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