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PhD students


Emre received both his BSc and MSc degree in Materials Science and Nano Engineering, from Sabanci University in 2016 and 2019, respectively. He conducted his master’s research under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Selmiye Alkan Gursel, where he worked on metal-organic framework/graphene oxide sacrificial hybrid materials to generate hierarchically porous carbons, which were used as supports for Pt nanoparticles performing oxygen electroreduction.

In January 2020, Emre stated his PhD at Eindhoven University of Technology, where he develops electrodeposited functional layers on porous carbon electrodes for energy-storage applications. He enjoys scuba diving and swimming, is a fan of science fiction and fantasy movies and likes to practice guitar in his spare time.


Inmaculada Giménez García received her BSc and MSc in Chemical Engineering at Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain. For her Master Thesis she also studied at TUe, where she carried out research on the development of porous metal electrodes for advanced alkaline electrolysis. After finishing her MSc in 2020 she started her PhD in the group Membrane Materials and Processes at TUe.

The aim of the doctoral project is to develop synthetic methods to manufacture new ionomers and gas diffusion layers for next-generation polymer electrolyte fuel cells. This utilizes electrochemical methods on molecules with specific functionalities to control the properties of catalytic layers. Inma is the recipient of the La Caixa Excellence Award for Postgraduate Studies in Europe Fellowship.


Maxime studied Chemical Engineering and Chemistry at Eindhoven University of Technology, where she obtained her BSc and MSc degrees. During her bachelor she worked on complex patterning of luminescent solar concentrators for improved aesthetics. For her master with the focus on Molecular Systems and Materials Chemistry, she received a grant from the Royal Association of the Dutch Chemical Industry (VNCI) and DSM, and performed research on multi dye coordination in layered smectics for luminescent solar concentrator applications. For her internship at DSM Coating Resins in Waalwijk, Maxime studied receptive coatings for inkjet formulations.

In late 2019, Maxime began her PhD where she work on understanding and optimizing the three-dimensional structure of porous electrodes. The aim of the project is to design and synthesize novel electrodes with architected microstructures by using a combination of computer simulations and synthetic methods. Besides coming to work on her normal bicycle, she also likes to take out her road bike a couple of times a week for a nice trip. She also loves cooking, games, boxing, fitness, skiing and testing beers.


Jointly supervised with Prof. Kitty Nijmeijer

Rémy Richard Jacquemond graduated in Chemistry from the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier (France) in 2018. He also completed a double master degree in Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain) where he performed research on liquid crystalline proton exchange membranes for application in energy devices. During his studies, he also worked at DOW Benelux in R&D on the synthesis and characterization of solvent resistant nanofiltration membranes.

In late 2018, he started his PhD at Eindhoven University of Technology on the development next-generation redox flow batteries with a focus on electrodes and membranes for non-aqueous redox flow batteries. Rémy loves to cook and especially meat and pastries. He always wants to improve his skills and recipes, he thinks that baking is no more that scientific experiments that you can do at home and that is why it is so enjoyable. Rémy also likes to hike and to go touring on his bike that he can feel closer to nature for some time.


Vanesa Muñoz Perales

Vanesa holds a BSc in Chemical Engineering from University Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid, Spain) and a MSc in Renewable Energy in Electrical Systems from University Carlos III de Madrid (Spain). During her studies she did a one - year internship at CIEMAT research center (Madrid) where she worked on modeling and experimental validation of photocatalytic reac tors for the treatment of pollutants in air, and developed a rigorous kinetic model for the photocatalytic NOx removal. In 2018 she was an intern at ABB - CRC in Sweden for six months, where she investigated a new design and material for the thermal and elec tric insulation of winding in electrical equipment.

In 2019 she started her PhD in the Fluid Mechanics group at the Department of Thermal and Fluids Engineering at UC3M. Her doctoral research focuses on the mathematical modeling and experimental validation of vanadium redox flow batteries. Vanesa is currently a visiting PhD student at Eindhoven University of Technology working on flow field design for redox flow batteries. Besides enjoying eviscerating batteries, she really like to put on her hiking boots a nd go into nature. She also enjoy painting and doing crafts in the little and nice green garden of her family.

MSc students


Marcell Fritz

Research project: Functional polymeric electrode coatings for electrosorption of heavy metal ions.


Rosa Geveling

Research project: Understanding key performance metrics in membrane materials for non-aqueous redox flow batteries.


Gábor Szendrei

Research project: Topology optimization of porous electrodes for redox flow batteries.


Nard Schellekens

Research project: Exploring the role of porosity gradients in redox flow battery electrodes.