Dr. Job Thijssen

Position:
Chancellor's Fellow
Research Theme:
Condensed Matter and Photonics
Research Group:
Soft Matter, Statistical Physics and Biophysics
Institution:
Edinburgh
Email address:
j.h.j.thijssen@ed.ac.uk
Website:
http://www2.ph.ed.ac.uk/~jthijsse/
Telephone number:
+44 (0)131 650 5883
Address:
School of Physics and Astronomy, James Clerk Maxwell Building, Peter Guthrie Tait Road, Edinburgh, EH9 3FD, United Kingdom

Research interests

Dr. Thijssen is a postdoctoral research fellow developing soft materials, e.g. pastes and gels, for energy applications. He is an experimental physicist and materials scientist with a background in photonic colloidal crystals, colloids in external fields and (nano)particle-stabilized liquid-liquid composites (e.g. emulsions and bijels). He also has extensive expertise of various characterization techniques including confocal microscopy, light/X-ray scattering, electron microscopy and (interfacial) rheology.

Teaching

Guest lectures on soft materials and/or energy.

  • Solar Power: SUPA post-grad course.
  • Probes of Soft Matter: SUPA post-grad course.
  • Macromolecular Physics.

Research outputs

  1. Interfacial rheology of model particles at liquid interfaces and its relation to (bicontinuous) Pickering emulsions DOI
    Job Thijssen and Jan Vermant, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 30 (2017)
  2. Hybrid Electrolytes with 3D Bicontinuous Ordered Ceramic and Polymer Microchannels for All-Solid-State Batteries DOI
    Stefanie Zekoll, Cassian Marriner-Edwards, Ola Hekselman, Jitti Kasemchainan, Christian Kuss, David Armstrong, Dongyu Cai, Robert Wallace, Felix Richter, Job Thijssen et al., Energy & Environmental Science, 11, p. 185-201 (2017)
  3. Interfacial rheology of sterically stabilized colloids at liquid interfaces and its effect on the stability of Pickering emulsions DOI
    Rob Van Hooghten, Victoria Blair, Anja Vananroye, Andrew B Schofield, Jan Vermant and Job Thijssen, Langmuir (2017)
  4. Quantitative Morphological Characterization of Bicontinuous Pickering Emulsions via Interfacial Curvatures DOI
    Matthew Reeves, Kevin Stratford and Job Thijssen, Soft Matter, 12, p. 4082-4092 (2016)
  5. Compressing a spinodal surface at fixed area: bijels in a centrifuge DOI
    Katherine A. Rumble, Job Thijssen, Andrew B Schofield and Paul Clegg, Soft Matter, 12, p. 4375-4383 (2016)
  6. Particle-size effects in the formation of bicontinuous Pickering emulsions DOI
    Matthew Reeves, Aidan Brown, Andrew B Schofield, Michael Cates and Job Thijssen, Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics, 92 (2015)
  7. Bicontinuous Emulsions Stabilized by Colloidal Particles DOI
    Joe Tavacoli, Job Thijssen and Paul Clegg (2014)
  8. Making non-aqueous high internal phase Pickering emulsions: the influence of added polymer and drying DOI
    Dongyu Cai, Job Thijssen and Paul Clegg, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6, 12 , p. 9214 (2014)
  9. Squeezing particle-stabilized emulsions into biliquid foams – equation of state DOI
    Louison Maurice, Ryan Maguire, Andrew Schofield, Michael Cates, Paul Clegg and Job Thijssen, Soft Matter, 9, 32 , p. 7757-7765 (2013)
  10. Making a Robust Interfacial Scaffold: Bijel Rheology and its Link to Processability DOI
    Matthew Lee, Job Thijssen, Jessica Witt, Paul Clegg and Ali Mohraz, Advanced Functional Materials, 23, 4 , p. 417-423 (2013)
Last updated: 19 Feb 2018 at 21:11