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Bluemink, Hanneke

Dr. Ir. J.J. Bluemink

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Department of Radiotherapy
Q00311
University Medical Center Utrecht
PO Box 85500
3508 GA Utrecht
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 88 75 57209
Fax. +31 88 75 55850
Mail: j.j.bluemink[at]umcutrecht.nl

Hanneke Bluemink graduated in Applied Physics at the University of Twente in 2004 and finished her PhD-thesis in fluid mechanics 2008. The thesis addressed modeling of forces on bubbles and particles in different types of flow. After her PhD-thesis she worked as a researcher/advisor at Deltares, a research institute for applied research in water, infrastructure and subsurface. From August 2010 she started working at the radiotherapy department of the UMC Utrecht on high-field head and neck magnetic resonance imaging. The goal of this project is to bring 7T Head and Neck imaging to a clinical level.
Publications:

J. J. Bluemink, A. Andreychenko, A. L. H. M. W. van Lier, M. Phillippens, J. J. W. Lagendijk, P. R. Luijten, and C. A. T van den Berg. 7T Imaging of the head and neck region: B0 and B1+ challenges. Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 19 (2011) #1756.

J. J. Bluemink, D. Lohse, A. Prosperetti, and L. Van Wijngaarden. Drag and lift forces on particles in a rotating flow. J. Fluid Mech. 643, 1-31 (2010).

J. J. Bluemink, D. Lohse, A. Prosperetti, and L. Van Wijngaarden. A sphere in a uniformly rotating or shearing flow. J. Fluid Mech. 600, 201-233 (2008).

J. J. Bluemink, L. van Wijngaarden, A. Prosperetti and D. Lohse. Sphere in a uniformly rotating or shearing flow. Proc International Conference on Multiphase Flow (2007).

E. van Nierop, S. Luther, J.J. Bluemink, J. Magnaudet, A. Prosperetti, and D. Lohse. Drag and lift forces on bubbles in a rotating flow. J. Fluid Mech. 571, 439 - 444 (2007).

J.J. Bluemink, E. van Nierop, S. Luther, N. Deen, J. Magnaudet, A. Prosperetti, and D. Lohse. Asymmetry-induced particle drift in a rotating flow. Phys. Fluids 17, (7) 072106 (2005).