User:Dirk Van Swaay

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[http://www.thedirkside.com/index.php?option=com_contact&Itemid=3 Contact Dirk]
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Dirk is a second year undergraduate student in Bioengineering at Imperial College London.
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Dirk is a third year undergraduate student in Bioengineering at Imperial College London.
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=== My contributions to iGEM@Imperial ===
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=== Interests ===
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* '''Vesicles''' I am working in the development and characterisation of liposomes as a cell-free chassis.
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* '''Vesicles''' and the encapsulation of DNA and gene expression machinery inside phospholipid vesicles.
** Association colloid science
** Association colloid science
** Experiment design and wetlab work
** Experiment design and wetlab work
** Observation and imaging
** Observation and imaging
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* '''Graphics''' I have done most of the drawings on our Wiki, using [http://www.inkscape.org Inkscape] and [http://www.gimp.org GIMP].
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** Chassis characterisation
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* '''History''' I take photos of the [[IGEM:IMPERIAL/2007/Pictures |action]] and [[IGEM:IMPERIAL/2007/Whiteboard | whiteboard]], and upload them to our Wiki.
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* '''MEMS''' (Microelectromechanical systems) for Lab-on-a-Chip devices and biomedical sensors.
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* '''Biological modelling''' with nonlinear dynamics

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Dirk van Swaay

Department of Bioengineering
Imperial College London
South Kensington, SW7
London, UK

www.theDirkSide.com


Dirk is a third year undergraduate student in Bioengineering at Imperial College London.

Interests

  • Vesicles and the encapsulation of DNA and gene expression machinery inside phospholipid vesicles.
    • Association colloid science
    • Experiment design and wetlab work
    • Observation and imaging
    • Chassis characterisation
  • MEMS (Microelectromechanical systems) for Lab-on-a-Chip devices and biomedical sensors.
  • Biological modelling with nonlinear dynamics
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