4TU.HTM research programme in Innovative Materials

The digital magazine Innovative Materials (6, 2018) features an article by dr. Mohammad-Amin Moradi (TU/e), postdoc in the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'.
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Innovative Materials

The new edition of the digital magazine Innovative Materials (6, 2018) features an article by dr. Mohammad-Amin Moradi and prof.dr. Nico Sommerdijk(Eindhoven University of Technology). The Dutch version has been written in cooperation with Mark van Rijt MSc.

'Understanding Structure Formation in Hierarchical Hybrid Materials using Cryogenic Electron Tomography and Liquid Phase Electron Microscopy' (Pdf) by Mohammad-Amin Moradi and Nico A.J.M. Sommerdijk (TU/e).
[Innovative Materials, 2018, 6, pp. 38-40] 

Mohammad Moradi is a postdoctoral researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, supervised by prof.dr. Nico Sommerijk (Materials and Interface Chemistry, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Eindhoven University of Technology), working on the project 'Understanding structure formation in hierarchical hybrid materials through in situ liquid phase microscopies', funded by the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'.


Acoustic Metamaterials

Volume 4 of the digital magazine Innovative Materials (4, 2018) features an article by dr. Priscilla Brandão Silva (Eindhoven University of Technology).

'Acoustic metamaterials: Metamaterials for wave control and manipulation by exploring nonlinearity' (Pdf) by dr. Priscilla Brandão Silva (TU/e).
[Innovative Materials, 2018, 4, pp. 30-35]

Priscilla Brandão Silva is a post-doctoral researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, supervised by dr. Varvara Kouznetsova and prof.dr. Marc Geers (Mechanics of Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering), working on the project 'Dynamical Metamaterials', funded by the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'.

Carbon Nanotube Array

Volume three of the digital magazine Innovative Materials (3, 2018) features an article by dr. Amir Mirza Gheytaghi (Delft University of Technology).

'Carbon Nanotube Array. Scaffolding Materials for Opto-, Electro, Thermo-, and Mechanical Systems' (Pdf) by dr. Amir Mirza Gheytaghi (TU Delft).
[Innovative Materials, 2018, 3, pp.22-25.]  

Amir Mirza Gheytaghi is a post-doctoral researcher at Delft University of Technology, supervised by prof.dr. Kouchi Zhang (Electronic Components, Technology and  Materials group, Department of Microelectronics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science), working on the project 'Super Conducting Nanotubes', funded by the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'. His research interest includes micro/nanostructured surfaces, nanoscale thermal transport, and electrical analogy.



Embracing Entropy in the Design of New Materials 

Volume 2 (2018) of the digital magazine Innovative Materials (2, 2018) features an article by dr. Nicholas B. Tito (Eindhoven University of Technology).

'Embracing Entropy in the Design of New Materials' (Pdf) by dr. Nicholas B. Tito (TU/e). 
[Innovative Materials, 2018, 2, pp.28-31.] 

Nick Tito is a post-doctoral researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, supervised by dr. Wouter Ellenbroek and prof.dr. Cornelis Storm (Department of Applied Physics, Theory of Polymers and Soft Matter), working on the project 'Reversible Crosslinking', funded by the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'. Nick is studying how to optimize the properties of polymeric materials with dynamic reversible microscopic interactions.

4TU.HTM research programme in Innovative Materials

Innovative Materials

The new edition of the digital magazine Innovative Materials (6, 2018) features an article by dr. Mohammad-Amin Moradi and prof.dr. Nico Sommerdijk(Eindhoven University of Technology). The Dutch version has been written in cooperation with Mark van Rijt MSc.

'Understanding Structure Formation in Hierarchical Hybrid Materials using Cryogenic Electron Tomography and Liquid Phase Electron Microscopy' (Pdf) by Mohammad-Amin Moradi and Nico A.J.M. Sommerdijk (TU/e).
[Innovative Materials, 2018, 6, pp. 38-40] 

Mohammad Moradi is a postdoctoral researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, supervised by prof.dr. Nico Sommerijk (Materials and Interface Chemistry, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Eindhoven University of Technology), working on the project 'Understanding structure formation in hierarchical hybrid materials through in situ liquid phase microscopies', funded by the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'.


Acoustic Metamaterials

Volume 4 of the digital magazine Innovative Materials (4, 2018) features an article by dr. Priscilla Brandão Silva (Eindhoven University of Technology).

'Acoustic metamaterials: Metamaterials for wave control and manipulation by exploring nonlinearity' (Pdf) by dr. Priscilla Brandão Silva (TU/e).
[Innovative Materials, 2018, 4, pp. 30-35]

Priscilla Brandão Silva is a post-doctoral researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, supervised by dr. Varvara Kouznetsova and prof.dr. Marc Geers (Mechanics of Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering), working on the project 'Dynamical Metamaterials', funded by the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'.

Carbon Nanotube Array

Volume three of the digital magazine Innovative Materials (3, 2018) features an article by dr. Amir Mirza Gheytaghi (Delft University of Technology).

'Carbon Nanotube Array. Scaffolding Materials for Opto-, Electro, Thermo-, and Mechanical Systems' (Pdf) by dr. Amir Mirza Gheytaghi (TU Delft).
[Innovative Materials, 2018, 3, pp.22-25.]  

Amir Mirza Gheytaghi is a post-doctoral researcher at Delft University of Technology, supervised by prof.dr. Kouchi Zhang (Electronic Components, Technology and  Materials group, Department of Microelectronics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science), working on the project 'Super Conducting Nanotubes', funded by the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'. His research interest includes micro/nanostructured surfaces, nanoscale thermal transport, and electrical analogy.



Embracing Entropy in the Design of New Materials 

Volume 2 (2018) of the digital magazine Innovative Materials (2, 2018) features an article by dr. Nicholas B. Tito (Eindhoven University of Technology).

'Embracing Entropy in the Design of New Materials' (Pdf) by dr. Nicholas B. Tito (TU/e). 
[Innovative Materials, 2018, 2, pp.28-31.] 

Nick Tito is a post-doctoral researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, supervised by dr. Wouter Ellenbroek and prof.dr. Cornelis Storm (Department of Applied Physics, Theory of Polymers and Soft Matter), working on the project 'Reversible Crosslinking', funded by the 4TU.HTM research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials'. Nick is studying how to optimize the properties of polymeric materials with dynamic reversible microscopic interactions.