In 2017, I received my Bachelor’s degree in Applied Physics at the Eindhoven University of Technology. I continued with my Master’s degree in Applied Physics at the Eindhoven University of Technology with a specialization in (bio)nanotechnology. In 2018, I did an internship at IMEC in Leuven. There I investigated the process of wafer seeding using nanodiamond particles to better understand the underlying physical mechanisms and to improve the growth of diamond on silicon wafers for scanning probe applications.
Currently, I am doing my Master’s thesis at Solliance Solar Research under the supervision of René Janssen where I work on alkali metal doping in Perovskite solar cells with the aim to reduce non-radiative losses and improve the thermal and light stability of the cells.