In 2019, I obtained my bachelors degree in Chemical Science & Engineering from the University of Twente. During my bachelor thesis I worked at the Mesoscale Chemical Systems (MCS) research group where I worked on electrospinning titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanofibres decorated with plasmonic silver (Ag) nanoparticles as an electrode in perovskite solar cells.

After completing my bachelors I continued with a master in Chemical Science & Engineering at the University of Twente during which followed the Molecule & Materials Engineering specialization. During my masters I performed an internship at HyET solar during which I investigated the incorporation of an alternative back reflector in their solar cells.  During my master thesis I worked at both the Sustainable Polymer Chemistry (SPC) group and the Membrane Surface Science (MSuS) group at the University of Twente, in which I investigated the possibility of using the biopolymer lignin as a renewable and biodegradable resource for the fabrication of nanofiltration membranes.

After completing my master thesis in October 2021, I continued working in the MSuS group. During this PhD, I will be working as part of the AquaConnect ( ) consortium on new geometries for low salt retaining nanofiltration membranes with an application in removing micropolutants from water. 


Chemical Science & Engineering BSc. 2019

Chemical Science & Engineering MSc. Molecule & Materials Engineering specialization 2021


University of Twente

Horst Complex (building no. 20), room ME346
De Horst 2
7522 LW Enschede

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