PhD Student


Nationality: Dutch
Undergraduate Institution: Eindhoven University of Technology
Master Institution: Eindhoven University of Technology
Office: STO 4.80

I earned my bachelor's degree at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), during this I conducted a three-month research project at the University of Santa Barbara's Han Lab, investigating the origin of Tau protein aggregation in pathological condition. Additionally, I served as the project manager for the reformer and catalyst system at Team FAST, a multidisciplinary student team from TU/e, pioneering an innovative system converting hydrozine into hydrogen and carbon dioxide, showcasing hydrozine a sustainable energy carrier. The team's success led to the establishment of the startup DENS.
Building on my undergraduate, I pursued master's degree at the TU/e, conducting research in Professor Bert Meijer's group. To conclude my master program, I undertook an internship in Silicon Valley at Carbon 3D. Where I examined the stability of resins used in 3D printing technology.
Currently, as a Ph.D. candidate under the joint guidance of Professors Patricia Dankers and Bert Meijer, my research focusses on establishing a "human in the loop" formulation robotics lab for biomaterial applications. This project seeks to integrate human expertise with advanced robotic technologies to advance the field of formulation science.