In 2019, I received my bachelor’s degree in engineering physics, together with a pre-master applied physics at the Fontys University in Eindhoven. The pre-master gave me the opportunity to study further for a master’s degree in applied physics with nanotechnology as specialization. I did my internship during my bachelor at the Institute of Atomic and Molecular Physics in Sichuan University in China, where I investigated the growth of CdTe magic-sized clusters that can contribute to the fundamental understanding of magic-sized clusters. My graduation project during my bachelor’s degree was also in Sichuan University at the Engineering Research Center in Biomaterials where I investigated the growth of all-inorganic Lead Halide perovskite Nano particles.
In August 2020, I joined the M2N group for my master’s thesis in supervision of Kees Flipse and Michael Verhage where I’m investigating chiral molecules, that are showing interesting mechanical and electrical properties, with aim to acquire high resolution images and map their spatial conduction topology.