Timon Rijnaarts successfully defended his Ph.D. on the 3rd of May, 2018. His study which was titled "The role of membranes in the use of natural salinity gradients for Reverse Electrodialysis" was in the MSuS group, in collaboration with Wetsus in Leeuwarden. His research focused on addressing challenges in Reverse Electrodialysis with natural waters. He studied different chemistries and shapes of polymeric membranes and alternative process strategies for Electrodialysis.
Since March 2018, Timon is working as a researcher for the European Membrane Institute (EMI), on water-related research.
We, at MSuS, congratulate Terica and Timon on their respective graduations and wish them the very best in their current and all future endeavors.