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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

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The Terahertz Application Group Welcomes New Members

last modified Apr 19, 2016 06:58 AM
The Terahertz Applications Group has undergone a dynamic shift over the past few months, as (now) former members have moved on to new positions and a new team has taken over.

The Terahertz Applications Group has undergone a dynamic shift over the past few months, as (now) former members have moved on to new positions and a new team has taken over. Highlighting the most recent members career progression:

Nicholas Tan successfully defended his viva and is now working at the Boston Consulting group in Singapore.

Samy Yassin also successfully defended his viva and is now working for Shell in the Netherlands.

Former Ph.D. student and postdoctoral scholar Juraj Sibik is now working at Roche in Basel, Switzerland.

Former postdoctoral scholar Hungyen Lin is currently a Lecturer in Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Lancaster University.

Congratulations to everyone and best of luck!


The group is now under the helm of two Ph.D. students, one master's student, and two postdoctoral scholars. They are:

Özkan Lafci is a Ph.D. student from Germany. Özkan will be working on the study of amorphous materials.

Parry Wang is a masters student who completed his undergraduate studies at the University College London. Parry is studying the coatings of pharmaceutical tablets using terahertz pulsed imaging.

Daniel Markl is a postdoctoral scholar who completed his Ph.D. at TU Graz and the Research Center for Pharmaceutical Engineering (RCPE) in Austria. His work will focus on terahertz imaging and monitoring disintegration processes.

Michael Ruggiero is a postdoctoral scholar who completed his Ph.D. at Syracuse University in New York, USA. His work focuses on studying the terahertz response of amorphous materials and the fundamental processes that guide their properties.

Welcome everyone!


 

More information about each members biographies and research interests can be found on their respective webpages.