Mathijs Adriaan Janssen
I am a Scientia fellow in Andreas Carlon's group. In collaboration with cell biologists of Harald Stenmark's group, we study the formation of so-called intraluminal vesicles in cellular organelles. I develop membrane models for this process that account for concomitant protein ad/desorption and cytosolic fluid flow.
Before coming to Oslo, I studied the out-of-equilibrium behavior of electrolytes near charged surfaces, often in collaboration with experimentalists.
- 2017-2019 Postdoc, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
- 2013-2017 PhD (cum laude), Utrecht University, Institute for Theoretical Physics. Thesis: link
- 2016 Dutch Journal of Physics annual popular science article contest. First Prize winning article: link
Mathijs Janssen, Harald Stenmark, Andreas Carlson, Divalent ligand-monovalent molecule binding, Soft Matter (accepted) [preprint]
Mathijs Janssen, Transmission line circuit and equation for an electrolyte-filled pore of finite length, Physical Review Letters 126,136002 (2021)
Konrad Breitsprecher, Mathijs Janssen, Pattarachai Srimuk, B. Layla Mehdi, Volker Presser, Chrsitian Holm, and Svyatoslav Kondrat, How to speed up ion transport in nanopores, Nature Communications 11, 6085 (2020)
Cheng Lian⋆, Mathijs Janssen⋆, Honglai Liu, and René van Roij, Charging Dynamics of Nanoporous Electrodes, Physical Review Letters 124, 076001 (2020), ⋆contributed equally, Editors’ Suggestion, Featured in Physics
Mathijs Janssen, Curvature affects electrolyte relaxation: studies of spherical and cylindrical electrodes, Physical Review E 100, 042602 (2019)
Mathijs Janssen and René van Roij, Reversible heating in electric double layer capacitors, Physical Review Letters 118, 096001 (2017)