Doctoral Candidate

Eveline Maassen

'We develop new exciting materials for 3D printing by bridging the gap between organic chemistry and polymer chemistry.'

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Research Profile

Eveline Maassen is a doctoral candidate in the Supramolecular Polymer Chemistry research group, working under the supervision of Prof. Rint Sijbesma and Dr. Hans Heuts. In collaboration with the Brightlands Material Center, Eveline works on dynamic polymer networks for 3D printing.

Academic Background

Eveline obtained her Bachelor’s degree in the field of Chemistry from Zuyd University of Applied Sciences in 2012. She then started the master program Molecular Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Her graduation project titled ‘Synthesis of bisurea-based bolaamphiphiles with charged end groups; Towards strain stiffening supramolecular hydrogels’ was successfully completed in the Supramolecular Polymer Chemistry research group under supervision of Samaneh Kheyrrooz  and Professor Rint Sijbesma. In 2015 she started working as a doctoral candidate in the same group.

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