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Matthew Hendrikx is a doctoral candidate in the Stimuli-responsive Functional Materials & Devices (SFD) group under supervision of prof. dr. Dirk Broer and prof. dr. Albert Schenning. Matthew works on light responsive coatings with dynamic surfaces to develop interesting applications, such as control over friction, wettability, haptics and cell motility.
Matthew Hendrikx received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at Hasselt University, Belgium. In 2012 he pursued a Master of Science degree in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). After his graduation research project on piezoelectric discotic liquid crystal polymers in the group 'Supramolecular Chemistry' under supervision of prof. dr. Rint Sijbesma, he completed his study with a research internship abroad at the Commenwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Clayton, Australia. He currently works as a doctoral candidate in the Stimuli-responsive Functional Materials and Devices group.
Re- and preconfigurable multistable visible light responsive surface topographiesSmall (2018)
Liquid crystal elastomer coatings with programmed response of surface profileNature Communications (2018)
Light-induced oscillating topographies in liquid crystal coatings(2018)
Oscillatory dynamic surface structures in patterned liquid crystal network coatingsLiquid Crystals XXII 2018 (2018)
Compliance-mediated topographic oscillation of polarized light triggered liquid crystal coatingAdvanced Materials Interfaces (2018)
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