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Organisation

4TU.Centre High-Tech Materials

The 4TU.Centre High-Tech Materials has a Management Team with members from the four Dutch technical universities, and a Bureau which is managed by a Scientific Director and a Coordinator.                   

Bureau

Prof.dr.ir. Arjan Mol
Scientific director
Reina Boerrigter, MA
Coordinator

Management Team
prof.dr. Ferdinand Grozema (TU Delft)
prof.dr.ir. Rint Sijbesma (TU/e)
prof.dr.ir. Marc Geers (TU/e)   
prof.dr.ir. Remko Akkerman (UTwente)
prof.dr.ir. Gertjan Koster (UTwente)
prof.dr.ir. Louis de Smet (WUR)
prof.dr.ir. Karin Schro√ęn (WUR)
prof.dr. Moniek Tromp (UG)
dr. Francesco Maresca (UG)

General Board
prof.dr.ir. Fred van Keulen, dean Faculty of Mechanical, Martime and Materials Engineering (3mE), TU Delft
prof.dr.ir. Patrick Anderson, dean Mechanical Engineering, TU/e
prof.dr.ir. Guus Rijnders, Scientific Director of MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, UTwente
dr. Raoul Bino, strategic advisor for the executive board, WUR
prof.dr.ir. Jacquelien Scherpen, director Groningen Engineering Center, Faculty Science and Engineering, UG

Former members Management Team
prof.dr.ir. Jilt Sietsma (TU Delft) - Scientific director, 2015 - 2021
prof.dr. Bernard Dam (TU Delft) - 2019 - 2021
prof.dr.ir. Joris Sprakel (WUR) - 2016 - 2021
prof.dr.ir. Sybrand van der Zwaag (TU Delft) - 2015 - 2018
prof.dr.ir. Julius Vancso (UTwente) - 2015 - 2018

Single molecule AFM spectroscopy
(for prof. Julius Vancso)
Logo IOP Selfhealing Materials
(for prof. Sybrand van der Zwaag)
Optical fiber hydrogen sensor *
(for prof. Bernard Dam)
3D Voronoi and ODF of a crystallographic texture in the ferrite phase **
(for prof. Jilt Sietsma)
The illumination of a polymer chain consisting of a kind of colloidal spheres ***
(for prof. Joris Sprakel)

(Handpainted by: Paauw | Heinen Delfts Blauw) 

* From Tantalum-Palladium: Hysteresis-Free Optical Hydrogen Sensor over 7 Oders of Magnitude in Pressure with Sub-Second Repsonse Times by Lars Bannenberg, Herman Schreuders and Bernard Dam (Advanced Functional Materials, 2021)
** From Phase field modelling of microstructural evolution during the quenching and partitioning treatment in low-alloy steels by M.G. (Pina) Mecozzi, J. Eiken, M.J. Santofimia, J.Sietsma (Computational Materials Science, 2016), and from A Data-Driven Approach for Studying the Influence of Carbides on Work Hardening of Steel, by Martina Vittorietti, Javier Hidalgo,¬†Jes√ļs Gal√°n L√≥pez and Jilt Sietsma (Materials, 2022)
*** From Light from Within: Sensing Weak Strains and FemtoNewton Forces in Single Molecules by Ties van der Laar, Hent Schuurman, Pieter van der Scheer, Jan Maarten van Doorn, Jasper van der Gucht and Joris Sprakel (Chem, 2018)