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Gijs Ramakers




Office: G1.82

+32 (11) 26 8325
gijs.ramakers@uhasselt.be

Brief Curriculum Vitae

Since
2014
PhD Student, Polymer Reaction Design Group, Prof dr. Thomas Junkers, Hasselt University, Hasselt (Belgium).

2012 -
2014
Master in Bioelectronics & Nanotechnology, Hasselt University, Hasselt (Belgium).
  • Master Dissertation: "Synthesis of biodegradable polymers via thiol-ene click step growth polymerization", Prof.dr. T. Junkers, Institute for Materials Research, Belgium.
2009 -
2012  

Bachelor in Biomedical Sciences, Hasselt University, Hasselt (Belgium)
  • Bachelor Dissertation: "UV-modification of biologically relevant polymers", Prof.dr. T. Junkers, Institute for Materials Research, Belgium.
2003-
2009
Secondary School (ASO, Science-Math 8h), Heilig Graf Instituut, Bilzen (Belgium)


Publications

(2) UV-induced [2+2] grafting-to reactions for polymer modification of cellulose 
M. Conradi, G. Ramakers, T. Junkers  Macromol. Rapid Commun. 2016, 37, 174-180. 

(1) Synthesis of Degradable Multi-Segmented Polymers via Michael-Addition Thiol-Ene Step-Growth Polymerization 
J. Vandenbergh, G. Ramakers, L. Van Lokeren, G. Van Assche, T. Junkers, 
RSC Adv. 2015, 5, 81920 - 81932.



Abstract and Conference Presentations


Posters:
 
(4) "Exploring the Potential of Metal-Free ATRP"
Annual Meeting of the Belgian Polymer Group 2017, May 2017, Houffalize (Belgium)
(3) "Synthesis of biodegradable polymers via thiol-ene click polymerization"
G. Ramakers, J. Vandenbergh, T. Junkers, Biomedica 2015, June 2015, Genk (Belgium)

(2) "Synthesis of biodegradable polymers via thiol-ene click polymerization"
G. Ramakers, J. Vandenbergh, T. Junkers, Belgian Polymer Group Annual Meeting 2015, May 2015, Houffalize (Belgium)

(1) "Synthesis of biodegradable polymers via thiol-ene click polymerization"
G. Ramakers, J. Vandenbergh, B. Wenn, K. Ranieri, T. Junkers, Advanced Functional Polymers for Medicine 2014, May 2014, Luik (Belgium)