Jeffrey Everts joined the group of prof. dr. Robert Hołyst as an Ulam individual fellow funded by the Polish National Agency of Academic Exchange (NAWA). Prior to this postdoc position he obtained his BSc degree in chemical engineering and applied physics at Eindhoven University of Technology in 2010 (both graduated with the highest distinction, cum laude), and a MSc degree in theoretical physics at Utrecht University in 2012 (graduated with the highest distinction, cum laude). During his studies he was already active in research, working on topological insulators and supramolecular self-assembly. Subsequently, he performed his PhD studies with prof. dr. René van Roij on charged colloidal suspensions at Utrecht University which he finished in 2016. Later, from 2017-2020 he was a postdoc in topological soft matter with prof. dr. Miha Ravnik at the University of Ljubljana as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie individual fellow. His current research interests are transport properties of (interacting) complex fluids in biological settings, ion-doped liquid crystals for liquid-like microelectronics and ion electrostatics of charged colloidal suspensions.
Jeffrey is currently employed under the Ulam programme of the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) with grant no. PPN/ULM/2019/1/00257, “Diffusion and flow in interacting complex fluids” (2020-2022).
More info can be found on his personal website: https://sites.google.com/view/jeffreyeverts/home