Full professor: Guus Rijnders

Guus Rijnders
Guus Rijnders

University of Twente

Inorganic Materials Science group

Email: a.j.h.m.rijnders@utwente.nl

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Short Biography

Rijnders’ research is related to the materials science of complex materials, mostly used for electronic devices. He focuses on the structure-property relation of atomically engineered complex (nano)materials, especially thin film complex oxides. He is engaged in many public-private partnerships in the field of functional and smart materials, such as piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials, and their integration with electronic and micro electromechanical systems. He recently started a new research direction in the field of neuromorphic computing, on brain-inspired materials systems. Rijnders has received an NWO Vidi Grant, FOM valorization prize, NWO TOP-PUNT and the Julius Springer Prize.

Publications in QuMat

The effect of intrinsic magnetic order on electrochemical water splitting
Emma van der Minne and Lucas Korol and Lidewij M. A. Krakers and Michael Verhage and Carlos M. M. Rosario and Thijs J. Roskamp and Raymond J. Spiteri and Chiara Biz and Mauro Fianchini and Bernard A. Boukamp and Guus Rijnders and Kees Flipse and Jose Gracia and Guido Mul and Hans Hilgenkamp and Robert J. Green and Gertjan Koster and Christoph Baeumer
APPLIED PHYSICS REVIEWS 11, 1 011420 (2024)

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