Delft Technology Fellow
2016-2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow
Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft
2012-2016 PhD in Engineering
University of Cambridge
2008-2012 MEng in Materials Science (Undergraduate Masters degree)
PhD student (per November 2020)
Felix Wehrmann will join the Caneva lab as a PhD student to work on the acoustic actuation of force-sensitive protein nanopores. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from FH Aachen Departement Jülich and is currently finishing his master’s degree in Medical Engineering at the University of Stuttgart with a master’s thesis about the mechanical stimulation of neurons via hydrogels at the Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials.
Inge van der Knijff
My name is Inge van der Knijff and I am working on the design of a surface acoustic wave device to pattern submicron particles and biomolecules at the surface of nanopore chips. As a student in the master Applied Physics programme I am excited to use my knowledge of mesoscopic and solid state physics for the development of a novel nanomechanical device.
Pim van den Brandeler
I am Pim van den Brandeler and as a part of my bachelor in Applied Physics, I am going to do a project that on focuses on using graphene as a lipid bilayer diffusion barrier. The work involves AFM, Raman spectroscopy, and electrical measurements. With this research I aim to better understand the interaction between 2D materials and biological membranes. In future this could allow us to confine and manipulate biomolecules for medical and scientific applications.
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