MESA+ University of Twente
Inorganic Materials Science Group

Research Andre ten Elshof

I am interested in designing and making new hybrid and inorganic nanomaterials for a range of enabling technologies, with emphasis on functional thin films, micropatterns and low-dimensional nanostructures via chemical synthesis. More information is available on the Inorganic & Hybrid Nanomaterials Chemistry web page.

Thesis advisor/co-advisor of

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Sjoerd Veldhuis (2015) “A wet-chemical approach to perovskite and fluorite-type nanoceramics”, PhD thesis.

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Maarten Nijland (2014) “Anisotropy in patterned perovskite oxides”, PhD thesis.

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Kirsten Pondman (2014) “Pristine and modified nanoparticles: complement activation and immunomodulation,” PhD thesis.

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Rogier Besselink (2014) “Understanding microstructural evolution of mixed metal oxide silsequioxane glasses wet-chemical synthesis”, PhD thesis.

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Wouter Maijenburg (2014) “Templated electrodeposition of functional nanostructures: nanowires, nanotubes and nanocubes”, PhD thesis.

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Antony George (2011) “Sub-50 nm scale to micrometer scale sft lithographc patterning of functional materials”, PhD thesis.

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Tomasz Stawski (2011) “Understanding microstructural properties of pervskite ceramics through their wet-chemical synthesis”, PhD thesis.

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Ronald Mikkenie (2011) “Materials development for commercial multiayer ceramic capacitors”, PhD thesis.

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Michiel Maas (2010) “Template-electrodeposited nanowires: synthesis, manipulation and application”, PhD thesis.

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Sajid Khan (2010) “Soft-lithographic patterning of functional oxide and composite materials”, PhD thesis.

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Vittorio Boffa (2008) “Niobia-silica and silica membranes for gas separation”, PhD thesis.

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Ashima Sah (2006), “Chemically modified ceramic membranes – Study of structural and transport properties”, PhD thesis.

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Sankhanilay Roy Chowdhury (2005), “Ordered and disordered porous materials for nanofiltration application”, PhD thesis.

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Riaan Schmuhl (2005), “Ion selective gates – Active device component for 3D microfluidic architecture”, PhD thesis.

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Jelena Sekulic (2004), “Mesoporous and microporous titania membranes”, PhD thesis.

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Mark Hendriks (2001), “Solid state supercapacitors - Based on metal/yttria-stabilised zirconia composites”, PhD thesis.