Marina Pilz Da Cunha
Marina Pilz da Cunha is a PhD student working in a collaboration project between the Smart and Functional Material and Devices research group (SFD) and at the Laboratory of Materials and Interface Chemistry at Eindhoven University of Technology.
Marina Pilz Da Cunha was born in Porto Alegre, Brazil and received her bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology with a sandwich research stay at the University of Porto in Portugal. Her master’s degree in Chemical Engineering was also completed at the Eindhoven University of technology specializing in molecular systems. As part of her Master’s degree she has taken part in OLED research at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia and has completed the Master thesis on the topic of smart switchable windows in collaboration with Merck. In January 2017 she has started working in the Bio-Inspired Hybrid Materials collaboration project at the TU/e.
A self-sustained soft actuator able to rock and rollChemical Communications (2019)
An untethered magnetic- and light-responsive rotary gripper: shedding light on photoresponsive liquid crystal actuatorsAdvanced Optical Materials (2019)
On untethered, dual magneto- and photoresponsive liquid crystal bilayer actuators showing bending and rotating motionAdvanced Optical Materials (2019)
A triphenylamine substituted quinacridone derivative for solution processed organic light emitting diodesMaterials Chemistry and Physics (2018)
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