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prof.dr. M. Versluis (Michel)

Full Professor Physical and Medical Acoustics Physics of Fluids Group

About Me

BSc Physics 1985, BSc Astronomy 1985, MSc Physics and Astrophysics 1988, PhD Nijmegen 1992) joined University of Twente in 1999. Full Professor Physical and Medical Acoustics in the Physics of Fluids group with research interests in micro- and nanofluidics for medicine and nanotechnology industry. 

Expertise

Ultrasonics
Microbubbles
Acoustics
Imaging Techniques
Dental Pulp Cavity
Bubble
Ultrasonics
Acoustics

Research

My research interests lie in the experimental observation of the exciting world of bubbles and jets in multiphase flow phenomena such as air entrainment, sonoluminescence and cavitation.

I am particularly interested in the physics of bubbles and drops used in medical applications, both in imaging and in therapy, and in the physics and control of bubbles and droplets in microfluidics.

Publications

Recent Articles
Lajoinie, G., de Jong, N., & Versluis, M. (2017). Brandaris ultra high-speed imaging facility. In The Micro-World Observed by Ultra High-Speed Cameras: We See What You Don't See (pp. 49-77). Springer International Publishing Switzerland. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-61491-5_3
Taeymans, K., Groot Jebbink, E., Holewijn, S., Martens, J. M., Versluis, M., Goverde, P. C. J. M., & Reijnen, M. M. P. J. (2017). Three-year outcome of the covered endovascular reconstruction of the aortic bifurcation technique for aortoiliac occlusive disease. Journal of vascular surgery. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvs.2017.09.015
Robinson, J. P., Macedo, R. G., Verhaagen, B., Versluis, M., Cooper, P. R., van der Sluis, L. W. M., & Walmsley, A. D. (2017). Cleaning lateral morphological features of the root canal: The role of streaming and cavitation. International endodontic journal. DOI: 10.1111/iej.12804

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Projects

Project area: High-speed imaging techniques down to the nanoseconds timescale reveal the physics of bubble and droplet behavior in acoustic and microfluidic applications for medicine and for  nanotechnology industry.

Current Projects

Contact Details

Visiting Address

University of Twente
Faculty of Science and Technology
Horst - Meander (building no. 27), room 260
De Horst 2
7522LW  Enschede
The Netherlands

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Mailing Address

University of Twente
Faculty of Science and Technology
Horst - Meander  260
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands

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