Visiting Senior Lecturer in Materials Science
Deputy Chair (Research) of Division of Materials Engineering
Polymer chemistry, advanced polymer synthesis and characterization techniques, supramolecular chemistry
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Visiting Reader in Fluid Mechanics (primary affiliation: Process & Energy Dept., TU Delft, Netherlands)
I am the leader of the Fluids, Particles and Interfaces Group (https://bottogroup.wordpress.com/). I am interested in fluid mechanics and transport phenomena, with particular focus on topics at the interface between classical fluid dynamics and materials science. My group uses simulations and theory, often corroborated by experimental results, to uncover fundamental engineering principles that can be applied to practical problems, in areas such as advanced materials, bioengineering, and energy engineering.
Recurring topics of research in the group are the dynamics of particulate materials (suspensions, emulsions, powders, etc.) and the mechanics of soft interfaces.
I lead the "Fluid Mechanics ...
Honorary Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering and Biomaterials
Image-based diagnostics and screening, machine learning and development of algortihms for data analysis, Atomic Force microscopy, cell and nuclear mechanics, mechanobiology, tissue engineering, stem cell biology, traction force microscopy,
Asst. Director of IRC in Biomed. Materials/Prof Vasc. Mechanics
Mechanical factors in cardiovascular disease, arterial wave propagation, non invasive measurement of arterial elasticity, histomorphometry
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Skin culture, Keratinocytes, Advanced skin culture methods
Industry-Academia Liaison, New Product Development Processes, Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma, Technical Management, Innovation, Process Improvement, Customer Insights
Visiting Professor in Biomedical Engineering & Biomaterials
Our team strives to develop innovative technologies and high impact research (Science 2008, Nature Materials 2010, Nature Chemistry 2015) to generate creative technologies and solutions for a variety of bioengineering applications. We use highly interdisciplinary approaches that integrate engineering, materials science, chemistry, nanotechnology, biology, and medicine to develop materials and devices that are hierarchical, biomimetic, offer spatio-temporal control, adaptability, tuneability, self-healing, and functionality. Current research in our lab includes the development of in vitro biomimetic environments, dynamic and directed self-assembling systems, molecular printing within 3D environments, and molecularly-designed bioactive implants for applications such as tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, drug screening.
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Bone biomechanics and mechanobiology, Developmental biomechanics, cancer mechanobiology