• 106 Citaties
20122019

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Persoonlijk profiel

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Advanced computational modeling is crucial for the efficient design and optimization of industrial processes involving soft materials, ranging from microfluidics to large-scale material processing.

Research profile

Nick Jaensson is an Assistant Professor in the Polymer Technology group at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). His research focuses on the development and application of numerical methods for soft materials (also known as complex fluids). Examples of these materials are suspensions, emulsions and polymeric liquids, and they are encountered all around us in everyday life, as well as in many industrial applications. Using advanced numerical methods, and often working with experimental collaborators, he gains fundamental insights into the flow and transport processes within these materials, and how these are connected to their microstructure. Collaborations with companies allow for the real-life application of these insights and methods for the design and optimization of industrial processes, ranging from microfluidics to large-scale material processing. Amongst his current research interests are (interfacial) rheology, emulsion- and foam-stability and physics-informed machine learning.

Academic background

Nick Jaensson studied Biomedical Engineering at the TU/e and received his master's degree in 2012 in the Cardiovascular Biomechanics group of prof. Frans van de Vosse. He switched to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the same university to become a doctoral student in the Polymer Technology group of prof. Patrick Anderson. He obtained his PhD degree in 2016 with his thesis entitled "Modeling interfaces and particles in viscoelastic fluids". After spending a year in the DSM Materials Science Center in Geleen, the Netherlands, he returned to academia in 2018 as a postdoc in the Soft Materials group of prof. Jan Vermant at the ETH Zürich, Switzerland. As of mid 2020, he is employed as an assistant professor (tenure track) in the Polymer Technology group at the TU/e.

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  • 106 Citaties
  • 14 Tijdschriftartikel
  • 6 Poster
  • 1 Overige bijdrage
  • 1 Dissertatie 1 (Onderzoek TU/e / Promotie TU/e)

A numerical study of particle migration and sedimentation in viscoelastic couette flow

Spanjaards, M. M. A., Jaensson, N. O., Hulsen, M. A. & Anderson, P. D., mrt 2019, In : Fluids. 4, 1, 19 blz., 4010025.

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  • 2 Citaten (Scopus)
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    Head-on collision of Newtonian drops in a viscoelastic medium

    Mitrias, C., Jaensson, N. O., Hulsen, M. & Anderson, P., 1 jul 2019, In : Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. 23, 7, 11 blz., 87.

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    Modelling flow induced crystallization of IPP: multiple crystal phases and morphologies

    Grosso, G., Troisi, E. M., Jaensson, N. O., Peters, G. W. M. & Anderson, P. D., 7 nov 2019, In : Polymer. 182, 30 blz., 121806.

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  • 1 Citaat (Scopus)
    3 Downloads (Pure)

    Simulation of bubble growth during the foaming process and mechanics of the solid foam

    Mitrias, C., Egelmeers, T. R. N., Jaensson, N. O., Hulsen, M. A. & Anderson, P. D., 1 apr 2019, In : Rheologica Acta. 58, 3-4, blz. 131-144 14 blz.

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  • 1 Citaat (Scopus)
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    Surface viscoelasticity in model polymer multilayers: From planar interfaces to rising bubbles

    Pepicelli, M., Jaensson, N. O., Tregouët, C., Schroyen, B., Alicke, A., Tervoort, T., Monteux, C. & Vermant, J., 1 sep 2019, In : Journal of Rheology. 63, 5, blz. 815-828 14 blz.

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  • Prijzen

    2017 Walters Prize

    N.O. Jaensson (Ontvanger), Martien Hulsen (Ontvanger) & P.D. Anderson (Ontvanger), 2018

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  • Scriptie

    A diffuse-interface model of a red blood cell in flow

    Auteur: Jaensson, N., 30 apr 2012

    Begeleider: van de Vosse, F. (Afstudeerdocent 1), Anderson, P. (Afstudeerdocent 2), Hilbers, P. (Afstudeerdocent 2) & Toschi, F. (Afstudeerdocent 2)

    Scriptie/masterproef: Master

    Simulations of particles of varying size and shape in confined visoelastic shear flow

    Auteur: Schraven, S., 26 mei 2016

    Begeleider: Anderson, P. (Afstudeerdocent 1), Jaensson, N. (Afstudeerdocent 2), Hulsen, M. (Afstudeerdocent 2) & Verhoosel, C. (Afstudeerdocent 2)

    Scriptie/masterproef: Master