Materials Science and Technology of Polymers at the University of Twente

Ph.D. Thesis in MTP group
What does chemistry mean to you?

What would happen to all of humanity if, with a single brushstroke, you wiped out all the contributions of chemistry from modern life? Say goodbye to pharmaceuticals to cure diseases. Forget about trying to log on your computer, turn on the television or send a text message. ‘Chemistry is essential,’ says Professor Julius Vancso, chair of the Materials Science and Technology of Polymers group. ‘Without it, we would all die a lot sooner. ’

Read more in UT Nieuws, 17 March 2011

The MTP Group of University Twente

The group Materials Science and Technology of Polymers (MTP), chaired by Professor G. Julius Vancso, studies a range of topics, which revolve around macromolecular nanotechnology and materials chemistry of nanostructured (macro)molecular materials.
MTP’s mission is to establish approaches, devise and construct tools, and build materials platforms that enable studies of macromolecular structure, behavior and function from the nanometer length scale, bottom up, in a direct one-to-one control of the molecular objects.
This knowledge is utilized to obtain advanced functional macromolecular materials and devices with enhanced or novel properties and functions for targeted applications.

Article published in UT-Nieuws Edition 4 2016.

 

Within the EFRO project 24Water Artecs and MTP collaborate on the development of new materials for nanofiltration membranes to retrieve the remains of medication, drugs and pesticides in our drinking water.

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G. Julius Vancso Nanyang Adjunct Professor

G. Julius Vancso has been appointed Nanyang Adjunct Professor
 
G. Julius Vancso has been appointed Nanyang Adjunct Professor of Materials Science in Singapore.

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Most recent thesis: Particles in Polymer-Functionalized Microchannels

Particles in Polymer-Functionalized Microchannels. Electrochemical experiments and molecular dynamics simulations
 
Particles in Polymer-Functionalized Microchannels. Electrochemical experiments and molecular dynamics simulations

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