Yoeri elected as associate editor for Materials Science and Engineering R

Yoeri was selected to serve on the editorial board for the journal Materials Science and Engineering R: sciencedirect.com/journal/materials-science-and-engineering-r-reports Materials Science and Engineering R publishes the full spectrum of materials science and engineering. The journal aims to provide a high level of novelty and quality publishing both experimental and theoretical, providing general background information as well as a critical assessment on topics in a state of flux, providing a critical overview of the current issues in a well-defined area of immediate Read more…

New review paper published in Advanced Functional Materials

A comprehensive review paper by Imke Krauhausen, Charles-Théophile Coen, Simone Spolaor, Paschalis Gkoupidenis and Yoeri van de Burgt entitled Brain-Inspired Organic Electronics: Merging Neuromorphic Computing and Bioelectronics Using Conductive Polymers was published in Advanced Functional Materials.  In this work we review we highlight the challenges related to organic neuromorphic devices and emphasize potential avenues for achieving greater device integration and resolving complex computing tasks. See the paper here: (open access) link. 

Setareh successfully defended her PhD thesis

On June 14, Setareh Kazemzadeh successfully defended her PhD thesis in an international committee comprising: Yoeri van de Burgt and Jaap den Toonder as her promotors, Rene Janssen and Gerwin Gelinck from TU/e, Sahika Inal from KAUST, Alec Talin from Sandia National Lab and Fabio Biscarini from University of Modena. Congratulations Dr. Kazemzadeh!

Eveline van Doremaele obtained her PhD cum laude

On May 25th Eveline van Doremaele successfully defended her PhD thesis for an international committee comprising: Yoeri and Jaap as her promoters, George Malliaras from Cambridge University, Jonathan Rivnay from Northwestern University, Francesca Santoro from RWTH Aachen, Simone Fabiano from Linkoping University and Bert Meijer from TU/e.