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GUILLAUME LAJOINIE

Tenure tracker
University of Twente

Guillaume Lajoinie is an Assistant Professor in the Physics of Fluids group of the University of Twente. His research interests lie in the use of bubbles, plane wave ultrasound and deep-learning for improved superesolved imaging and drug delivery with ultrasound. Here, heat and mass transfer, as well as microscale flows are central.

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JELMER WOLTERINK

Tenure tracker
University of Twente

Jelmer Wolterink is an Assistant Professor in the Applied Analysis group of the Dept. of Applied Mathematics at the University of Twente. His research interests lie in the development and application of novel machine learning techniques for medical image analysis, in particular geometric deep learning methods operating on graphs and meshes.

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SIMONA TURCO

Tenure tracker
TU Eindhoven

Simona Turco is Assistant Professor at the Electrical Engineering department of the Eindhoven University of Technology. She specializes in statistical processing of bio-signals, with particular focus on magnetic resonance and ultrasound imaging for improving cancer diagnostics and therapy.

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MIN WU

Tenure tracker
TU Eindhoven

Min Wu is an Assistant Professor of Photoacoustics & Ultrasound Imaging. She is particularly interested in (multi-spectral) photoacoustic imaging for tissue characterization and the development of novel photoacoustic imaging systems for medical applications.

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DAVID MARESCA

Tenure tracker
TU Delft

David Maresca is Assistant Professor of Imaging Physics at TU Delft. He is particularly interested in functional ultrasound imaging of the brain, and in biomolecular ultrasound imaging of cellular function.

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SEBASTIAN WEINGÄRTNER

Tenure tracker
TU Delft

Sebastian Weingärtner is an Assistant Professor of Imaging Physics at the TU Delft. In his lab, the Magnetic Resonance Systems (Mars) Lab, he and his team work relentlessly to push the boundaries of quantitative MRI to provide comprehensive and clinically robust imaging for precision medicine.

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CAMILLA TERENZI

Tenure tracker
Wageningen UR

Camilla Terenzi is a Tenure Tracker in NMR/MRI applied to food and soft (bio-)matter at the Laboratory of Biophysics of WU. She is very interested in both fundamental and industrially-relevant dynamic phenomena in multi-phase fluid or solid systems, from food products to biological materials or polymeric networks, which are poorly understood at the microscopic level and still lack a universal theoretical model.

 
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MICHEL VERSLUIS

(PROGRAM LEADER)

Physics of Fluids group
University of Twente

Michel Versluis is a Professor of Physical and Medical Acoustics. He is particularly interested in the physics of bubbles and droplets used in medical applications, both in imaging and in therapy, and in the physics and control of bubbles and droplets in microfluidics.

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CHRISTOPH BRUNE

Applied Analysis group
University of Twente


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MASSIMO MISCHI

Signal Processing Systems group
TU Eindhoven

Massimo Mischi is Professor of Biomedical Signal Analysis. He is particularly interested in the integration of physics driven and data driven methods, with focus on tissue and microvascular characterization by ultrasound and MRI.

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RICHARD LOPATA

Cardiovascular Biomechanics group
TU Eindhoven

Richard Lopata is an Associate Professor of Photoacoustics & Ultrasound Imaging. He is particulary interested in the development of novel (photo)acoustic imaging techniques for medical applications, as well as functional imaging and image analysis. Major part of his research is devoted to US-based patient-specific biomechanical modeling of diseased parts of the cardiovascular system.

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NICO DE JONG

Imaging Physics group
TU Delft

Nico de Jong is professor in Medical Ultrasound. His research focuses on three-dimensional ultrasound imaging including the development of advanced (matrix) transducers and ultrasound contrast agents (microbubbles) for molecular imaging, drug delivery and proton dosimetry.

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MARTIN VERWEIJ

Imaging Physics group
TU Delft

Martin Verweij is Associate Professor at Acoustical Wavefield Imaging. His research interests include dedicated transducer design, beamforming algorithms, and the theoretical modeling and numerical simulation of medical ultrasound. Dr. Verweij is a research leader of the Dutch Technology Foundation (NWO/TTW) on projects involving transducer design, beamforming and imaging.

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FRANS VOS

Imaging Physics group
TU Delft

Frans Vos is Associate Professor of Medical Image Analysis. He is interested in  image-based measurement principles through a combination of imaging physics and knowledge of clinical applications. He applied such methodology in measuring properties of the brain’s white matter and quantification of aspects of the vascularisation through sophisticated MRI techniques.

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HERBERT VAN AMERONGEN

Biophysics group
Wageningen UR

Herbert van Amerongen is a Professor of Biophysics. He is mainly working in the field of molecular biophysics with a special interest in biological processes like e.g. photosynthesis, studying them with advanced imaging and spectroscopy methods based on optical and magnetic resonance techniques.