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Klik op de upgrade button om naar de download pagina te gaan. The composites world is pretty small, so you tend to meet the same people. A lot of those people were from Twente, and even my professor in Leuven came from the University of Twente. I wanted to go further in this occupation, so I realized early on that I wanted to take this leap.
I soon began to miss the research, and I decided to apply for this PhD position. That was more than three-and-a-half years ago, and it was the best decision of my life.
A lot of people think that obtaining a doctoral degree involves interminable theoretical studies and loneliness. What was it like for you? But the big advantage is that, as a PhD candidate with the TPRC, you experience a really practical, future-oriented approach. We have direct contact with the industry, and I really get the feeling that my research into the defects from production technique of stamp forming is contributing to the application of thermoplastic composites.
I identify the minuscule anomalies in the materials we produce using this technique, to make it possible to determine whether those anomalies are acceptable in terms of the mechanical performance. My project is contributing to our fundamental material understanding of thermoplastic composites. How cool is that? And I got to hear about the problems they face, which I included in my research.
Most of the researchers at the TPRC are quite young and hugely curious and motivated. In Indonesia you would never call your supervisor by his or her first name, but you do here. Thermoplastic composites are for example already being used in the frames of racing bikes. Although Enschede is very different from her home city of Bandung on the island of Java, Indonesia, which has over a million residents, Ramona has gotten used to life here. Enschede has a pretty big Indonesian community, mainly thanks to the university, and that makes me feel even more at home.
Our series TPRCminds introduces you to the people behind our success. Who are they? What is their background? What drives them and what do they dream about? How do they look at the future of thermoplastic composites? We have recently celebrated our tenth anniversary. The TPRC, which started out small with just a few researchers, has since developed considerably.
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Cycling to TPRC Although Enschede is very different from her home city of Bandung on the island of Java, Indonesia, which has over a million residents, Ramona has gotten used to life here. Newsletter -up. TPRCminds We have recently celebrated our tenth anniversary. Find there stories here.Looking for my ramona
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