I am a full-time PhD researcher engaged in an exciting project about CO2 capture. My work involves utilizing the cutting-edge technique of In-air Microfluidics to generate hydrogel particles specifically designed for efficient CO2 capture. Additionally, I am actively involved in developing numerical models that effectively predict experimental data and elucidate the intricate diffusion-reaction processes associated with CO2 adsorption.

With a strong background in electrical engineering and over three years of experience in scientific research, I have acquired extensive knowledge and expertise in the fields of dielectric physics, material science, and numerical modeling. To explore my research output and publications, please visit my Google Scholar profile below.


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University of Twente

Horst Complex (building no. 20), room NH111
De Horst 2
7522 LW Enschede

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