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13 Early Stage Researchers are part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network “Smart surface design for efficient ice protection and control” (SURFICE) coordinated by the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy.
The Early Stage Researchers are currently employed by partner institutions situated in Italy, Germany, France, the UK, the Netherland, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland.
ESR1: Luca Stendardo University of Milano-Bicocca Understanding supercooling effect on wetting and ice adhesion
ESR2. Anny Catalina Ospina University of Milano-Bicocca Development of soft materials with reduced ice adhesion
ESR3. Mingyue Ding Technische Universität Darmastadt, Solidification of a supercooled water drop after an impact onto anti-icing substrates
ESR4. Ali Raza Shaikh Technische Universität Darmastadt, Dynamics of ice detachment from complex substrates
ESR5. Simrandeep Bahal University College London Nanoengineered substrates for dynamic anti-icing
ESR6. Gabriel Hernandez Graz University of Technology, Development of icephobic coatings of thin organic polymers using initiated chemical vapor deposition (iCVD).
ESR7. Miisa Tavaststjerna Technische Universiteit Delft Effect of polymer coating chemical topology on ice formation and adhesion on smooth coatings
ESR8. Andrea Maslov KU Leuven The mechanisms of icing on a cold solid surface
ESR9. Giulia Gastaldo ISAE-SUPAERO Optimization of hybrid protection systems based on coatings and electromechanical systems
ESR10. Alexandros Atzemoglou SUSOS-ETH Zürich Development of a coating platform consisting of novel multipurpose bonding chemistry, capable of ensuring a high stability of functional coatings
ESR11. Navid Mostofi Sarkari KU Leuven Design of discontinuous coatings with enhanced de-icing properties.
ESR12. Pau Riera i Portillo AeroTeX UK- ISAE SUPAERO Development of models for the adhesive and cohesive failure of ice
ESR13. Theodoros Dimitriadis FTE technologies-TUGraz Development of icing strategy for wind sensors