I am a PhD candidate at the Multiscale Mechanics (MSM) group at the university of Twente in Enschede which is part of the faculty of Thermal and Fluid Engineering (TFE) in the Department of Engineering Technology (ET) and the Institute for Nanotechnology, MESA+. I work on developing multiscale models for industrial processes where both, micro and macroscale effects are important. More specific, I have experience in modeling suspensions with complex rheological behaviour (e.g. concrete). I have multidisciplinary interests in contact mechanics, granular matter, non-newtonian flow rheology, concrete simulation and industrial applications.

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