Ir. Ing. Sam Wouters
Telephone:02 629 11 56
Function: PhD student
Obtained a Master’s degree in applied chemical engineering and chemical and materials engineering and conducted a master thesis at the Department of Chemical Engineering on the topic of polymer monoliths. Currently conducting a PhD research funded by IWT Flanders.
The main focus of the study is the development of a microfluidic platform for ion-exchange chromatography. This entails the miniaturization and integration of three key elements: separation, ion-suppression and detection. Important elements of the work are microfabrication and optimization of design towards high efficiency separations.
- Design and performance evaluation of a microfluidic ion-suppression module for anion-exchange chromatography, Edition:Journal of Chromatography A, Volume: 1355, pp: 253 – 260, published by: Elsevier, published at: Amsterdam, ISBN-ISSN: 0021-9673, 2014, Sam Wouters, Bert Wouters, Sander Jespers, Gert Desmet, Hamed Eghbali, Cees Bruggink, Sebastiaan Eeltink Impact factor: 4.258, impact year: 2013
- Monitoring the morphology development of polymer-monolithic stationary phases by thermal analysis, Edition:Journal of Separation Science, Volume: 37, N° in volume: 1, pp: 179 – 186, , 2014, Sam Wouters, Bert Wouters, Axel Vaast, Herman Terryn, Guy Van Assche, Sebastiaan Eeltink
- Using contemporary liquid chromatography theory and technology to improve capillary gradient ion-exchange separations, Edition:Journal of Chromatography A, Volume: 1370, pp: 63 – 69, published by: Elsevier, published at: Amsterdam, ISBN-ISSN: 0021-9673, 2014, Bert Wouters, Ken Broeckhoven, Sam Wouters, Cees Bruggink, Yury Agroskin, Christopher Pohl, Sebastiaan Eeltink Impact factor: 4.258, impact year: 2013