17 Oct 2017 - Pepijn Pinkse elected as Fellow Member of OSA
MESA+ ‘s prof. dr. Pepijn Pinkse has been elected as a Fellow Member of The Optical Society (OSA) at the Society’s recent Board of Directors meeting. Pepijn is being honored specifically for original and pioneering contributions in the fields of nanophotonics, quantum optics, and quantum secure authentication.
5 Oct 2017 - Lectures, prizes and networking sessions at MESA+ meeting
On 25 september, this year’s MESA+ Meeting was held at the Kinepolis cinema in Enschede. The annual meeting is a symposium meant to showcase various projects and programs of the MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology and improve cooperation between different research groups. The event’s programme included lectures by researchers from MESA+ as well as internationally renowned scientists, networking sessions and a poster competition.
15 Sep 2017 - Towards unconventional electronics
Electronics that functions like the brain does, atoms crossing the speed limit, superconducting nanostructures for energy efficient chips. Three innovative UT projects receive funding from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research NWO.
13 Sep 2017 - Tracing the light inside LEDs
White LEDs can be made even more efficient and powerful, photonics researchers of the University of Twente and Philips Lighting now prove. They found a detailed way for describing the light that stays inside the LED by absorption and scattering. This is very valuable information for the design process.
7 Sep 2017 - Substitution of MESA+-director Janneke Hoedemaekers during maternity leave
Starting on Monday 18 september, technical commercial director Janneke Hoedemaekers will go on maternity leave. She will be replaced by two interim directors: Tineke Ringerwöle en Raoul Oostenbrink. They started at MESA+ on 4 september.
24 Aug 2017 - Letter to the editor: ‘Help the Netherlands to keep its leading position in nanotechnology'
On Thursday 17 August, the Dutch newspaper, Het Financieele Dagblad, published a letter to its editor from Guus Rijnders, Scientific Director of MESA+ and the chair of NanoLabNL. In his letter, Prof. Rijnders argues that nanotechnology and nanoscience research facilities should receive structural funding. The paper’s subscribers can view the letter here.
21 Aug 2017 - Veni grant for Lyuba Amitonova
Dr. Lyuba Amitonova, postdoctoral fellow at the Biomedical Photonic Imaging (BMPI) group at the University of Twente, was awarded a Veni award from the NWO, the Dutch national research organisation. Her Veni project is on super quality pictures through a tiny endoscope. She will perform her research at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.
1 Aug 2017 - Five Researchers with Veni grant start projects on the UT
On 28 July 2017, five UT researchers received a Veni grant from NWO (The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research)