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2 Index Foreword drs. Anka Mulder 3 Introduction 4 Practical information 5 Programme - including workshop rounds 7 Interviews keynote speakers Find your passion prof. dr. Leo Kouwenhoven 12 The heart of doing research is asking questions and looking for answers 14 dr. Lotte Jensen Members of the review committee 16 Members of the organizing committee 17 Workshop presentations 18 Workshop round 1 session 1.1 Senaatszaal 19 Workshop round 1 session 1.2 Commissiezaal 2 20 Workshop round 1 session 1.3 Collegezaal C 21 Workshop round 1 session 1.4 Commissiezaal 3 22 Workshop round 2 session 2.1 Senaatszaal 23 Workshop round 2 session 2.2 Commissiezaal 2 24 Workshop round 2 session 2.3 Collegezaal B 25 Workshop round 2 session 2.4 Commissiezaal 3 26 Poster presentations 27 Remarks 36 2

3 Foreword We, at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) welcome you, talented and excellent bachelor students, to the Student Research Conference We are very honoured to host this event and to show you our campus and research facilities. At TU Delft, we believe that knowledge generated by research is fundamentally valuable for education and society. Our students are inspired by the future and trained to hold positions that allow them to solve major societal and complex scientific issues. The transfer of technical and scientific knowledge into innovative product design arises from state-of-the-art research as conducted at our University. As you have shown us you are able to match these expectations we are proud to welcome you at today s conference. We appreciate your courage to present your ambitions by handing in your research paper. We are very glad to present two distinguished researchers, prof. dr. Leo Kouwenhoven and dr. Lotte Jensen, both role models in their respective discipline. Prof. dr. ir. Leo Kouwenhoven is full professor of physics at Delft University of Technology. In 2012, he proved the existence of the Majorana particle, on which his personal research is focussed. He is also QuTech s Director: an institute that combines the knowledge of physics, mathematics and informatics in the field of quantum computing and quantum internet. Together with Microsoft, he is building a quantum computer in Delft. Prof. dr. Kouwenhoven will give today s first key note lecture. Dr. Lotte Jensen s research focuses on Dutch historical literature, history and philosophy. She pays special attention to national identity, theater, press history and female authors. Dr. Jensen is co-coordinator of the research group Europe and Trans (national) Identities (Radboud University) and has worked on several research projects. Currently, she is involved in the VIDI-project "Proud to be Dutch". Both researchers have extensive research experience and we are convinced that their presentations will inspire you in taking your next research steps. There's a saying that goes as follows: "We teach today's students with yesterday's knowledge for a future we don't know." This means that connection to research as current knowledge, is essential in our academic education. Excellent research can change future. The VSNU Student Research Conference is your stage today, your first step towards a promising research career. Your presentations at this conference will spark questions and will inspire others to conduct research. You will be challenged and invited to respond to critical questions of both visitors and fellow researchers. TU Delft is proud to have you on our stage today. I hope this day brings you inspiration and interesting insights. Drs. Anka Mulder Vice-President for Education & Operations Delft University of Technology 3

4 Introduction This is the reader of the fourth Student Research Conference (SRC), hosted in Amsterdam on the 20th of November The conference is a combined initiative of Amsterdam University College, University College Roosevelt and the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU). The SRC aims to establish a platform for undergraduate research, or as prof. dr. Henk Meijer, one of the chairs of the review committee explains: The Student Research Conference is an annual conference organised by the VSNU and hosted by an university in the Netherlands. The conference aims to increase the visibility of undergraduate research in the Netherlands (and Flanders) by offering students enrolled in bachelor programmes a place for presenting and distributing the results of their research. Prof. dr. Henk Meijer, University College Roosevelt The SRC is an annual event that gives bachelor students the unique opportunity to share their research with a large audience. For the greatest part of the conference students will present their bachelor research, either in a poster presentation or during a workshop session. During the plenary sessions well-known Dutch Professors Leo Kouwenhoven and Lotte Jensen will share their enthusiasm for research. Furthermore, there are many opportunities to discuss the endless possibilities of (undergraduate) research and to enlarge social and professional networks. The competitive element of the SRC entails that the student with the best presentation and the most exciting research will be awarded with the Student Research Award. The final committee attends presentations and will select the winner as well as the Most Honourable Mention for the runner up. All participants of the SRC are invited to vote for their favorite poster. The poster with the most public votes will win the SRC Poster Award. In this reader you will find practical information concerning the SRC including the program, additional information about the workshops and the posters, a list of participants and the contact details of the organisation. We wish you an inspiring conference. Facebook? Twitter? #SRC_NL Share your thoughts on the Student Research Conference through 4

5 Practical information You can contact the organising committee during the conference on 26 November through the following details: Roxanne de Vreede Roelfien Folkersma VSNU policy advisor, projectleader SRC VSNU secretary, conference organisation Michel Beerens Internal coordinator SRC Delft University of Technology Workshops At the conference on the 26 th of November you can choose which two sessions you will attend. Descriptions of the various sessions are given in this reader. Each session will exist of four oral presentations. Please note that there is no possibility to switch sessions during the presentations. On the day of the conference, you can join a particular session by taking a voucher of that session. These are placed at the registration desk. When there are no more vouchers available for a subsession that session is full. During registration you can also make a choice for the afternoon programme: guided tours through Delft University of Technology labs. Location Aula Congress centre Delft University of Technology Address: Mekelweg 5, 2628 CC Delft Building number: 20 For a map of the campus see the site of Delft university of technology: 5

6 Route By public Transportation From the train station in Delft, public transport buses bring you to the campus. Buses leave every five to ten minutes. To reach the buses, you have to either take the tunnel or the bridge in order to cross the tracks. Near the bridge you can take several buses towards the campus and building 20: Bus 40 (towards Rotterdam Central Station) and exit at bus stop "Delft TU - Aula" Bus 121 (toward Zoetermeer, Centrum West) and exit at bus stop "Delft TU - Aula" Bus 174 (towards Rotterdam Station Noord) and exit at bus stop "Delft TU - Aula" Bus 69 (towards Delft Technopolis) and exit at bus stop "Delft TU - Aula" Map of Delft Train Station indicating the tunnel, bridge and bus platform. By car By car The campus of Delft University of Technology is accessible by car via the A13. Depending on your direction, take the exit Delft/Pijnacker or the exit Delft Zuid/TU-wijk. Follow the signs TU Delft and more specifically the signs Aula/Congrescentrum' once you are on campus. 6

7 Programme 26 November 2014, Delft University of Technology Chairman of the conference: dr. Karl Dittrich, president VSNU Keynote speakers: Prof. dr. Leo Kouwenhoven, Delft University of Technology Dr. Lotte Jensen, Radboud University Nijmegen Registration and coffee (Foyer) Opening by dr. Karl Dittrich (Auditorium) President VSNU Drs. Anka Mulder Vice-President for Education & Operations Delft University of Technology Keynote lecture prof. dr. Leo Kouwenhoven Full Professor of Physics at Delft University of Technology Workshop round 1: presentations Lunch buffet and poster presentations (Foyer) Workshop round 2: presentations Coffee break and poster presentations (Foyer) The world of research by Delft University of Technology (Start in the Auditorium): Inspiring visits to labs and the dreamteams of Delft University of Technology Keynote lecture dr. Lotte Jensen Academic head teacher in historic Dutch literacy at the Radboud University Nijmegen Award ceremony Awards presented by the Dutch minister of education dr. Jet Bussemaker Networking & drinks (Foyer) 7

8 Workshop round 1 ( ) Workshop round 1 Session 1.1 Room: Senaatszaal Time: Fast water purification using sunlight Rick Driessen, University of Twente An Elementary Shallow Cumulus Parameterization for Tropical Boundary Layers Martin Sikma, Wageningen University One-night stand or long-term relationship? Different make-up preferences in men Gina Weßel, Maastricht University Ethics of Expanded Access to Investigational Drugs During an Epidemic of a Lethal or Untreatable Illness Thomas Foets, Utrecht University Workshop round 1 Session 1.2 Room: Commissiekamer 2 Time: Selenium Recovery and Stability after Biomineralization Annemerel Mol, University College Roosevelt Kinetic analysis of sunflower oil conversion to biodiesel Pieter Plehiers, Marijke Vervenne, Lise Verbruggen and Johannes de Jong, Ghent University Nieuwe Materialen voor stralingsdosimetrie Andreas Werbrouck, Ghent University Minimum electron budget for a maximum result: how to count atoms with single atom sensitivity using electron microscopy? Annelies De Wael, University of Antwerp 8

9 Workshop round 1 Session 1.3 Room: Collegezaal C Time: The influence of co-existing Poecilia reticulata (Guppy) on Rivulus hartii (Killifish) activity Naomi Eeltink, HAS University of applied sciences Canopy conductance models: validation for rapidly changing conditions on 1-minute time scale Arian van Westreenen, Wageningen University The interactions of ATP with ATPase active site mimics Koen van Asseldonk, Radboud University Election Pledge Fulfillment in the Netherlands Ramon van der Does, University College Roosevelt Workshop round 1 Session 1.4 Room: Commissiekamer 3 Time: Charity Giving and the Strength of Default Effect Lenka Habetinova, Tilburg University Specialisatie in het Secundair Onderwijs: Een Goede Zaak? Kenneth De Smet, Jennifer Norga and Marieke Van Hecke, Ghent University Effectively Protecting Cultural Heritage: Incorporating Cultural Genocide into the International Legal Definition of Genocide Sophie Starrenburg, Leiden University College the Hague How Do R&D and Education Austerity Measures Affect Fiscal Sustainability? Michaël Rubens, Vrije Universiteit Brussel 9

10 Workshop round 2 ( ) Workshop round 2 Session 2.1 Room: Senaatszaal Time: Gender differences in the relationship between oral communicative competence and peer rejection: An explorative study in preschool Femke van der Wilt, VU University Amsterdam Peer feedback: Are trained students more motivated to provide it? Kaylee Rosalina, Bas Alderlieste and Samantha Martens, Utrecht University Tussen geloof en wetenschap. Georges Lemaître, paus Pius XII en de oerknaltheorie Alexander van Biezen, KU University Leuven Legal Acrobatics: To What Extent Does Family Reunification on the Basis of Directive 2004/38 Amount to Abuse of Law? Hester Kroeze, Utrecht University Workshop round 2 Session 2.2 Room: Commissiekamer 2 Time: Cloud Base Height Computation with Stereo Whole-Sky Cameras Sophie Hermans, Delft University of Technology Modelling band scattering and sandblasting Anton Atanasov, Hanze University of applied sciences The effect of succession of three different caterpillar species on Brassica oleracea, plant defense divergence or convergence? Quint Rusman, Wageningen University (This student entered his paper at the SRC As specific circumstances prevented him to present his research, he was allowed to present at this year s Student Research Conference. This student will not compete for the prizes, nor will the paper be displayed in the conference proceedings.) Driedimensionale celculturen. Een alternatief voor diermodellen in tumor- en drugscreening? Jolan De Boeck, Quinten Van Avondt, Jiri Dietvorst, Jore Van Wauwe and Winnok De Vos, University of Antwerp 10

11 Workshop round 2 Session 2.3 Room: Collegezaal B Time: MRI-based contour propagation for cervical cancer: towards MRI-guided adaptive radiotherapy Anita Honingh, Utrecht University The Effect of Microbleeds on Functional Connectivity and Brain Network Organization in Alzheimer Patients Astrid Alsema, VU University Amsterdam Abnormal Volumetric Patterns in Schizophrenia: MRI Findings in Cerebellar and Hippocampal Structures. Rik Ubaghs, Maastricht University Beweeginterventie voor kinderen met kanker: een participatief ontwerpproces Roos Tigchelaar, University of applied sciences Utrecht Workshop round 2 Session 2.4 Room: Commissiekamer 3 Time: Avi we-elohi - The Divine Father in Pre-Christian Judaism Bernice Brijan, University of Groningen & Tilburg University Knowledge Transmission: Context, Techniques and Control - An Examination of Joachim Heinrich Campe's "Entdeckung von Amerika" as a Philanthropinist Book for Young s Helen Piel, Maastricht University The Meaning of Israel for the Church. The motives for the presence of the Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk and the Gereformeerde Kerken in Nederland in Tiberias, Elizabeth Marteijn, VU University Amsterdam & Protestant Theological University Lost in Translation? The Subversion of the Right to Prior Consultation in Indigenous Mining Protests in Guatemala Anneloes Hoff, University College Roosevelt 11

12 Interviews keynote speakers Find your passion Leo Kouwenhoven Professor Leo Kouwenhoven will deliver a keynote lecture at the Student Research Conference. Leo Kouwenhoven is full professor of physics at Delft University of Technology. In 2012 he discovered the Majorana particle, the focus of his personal research. He is also the director of QuTech: an institute that combines physics, mathematics and informatics in the areas of quantum computing and quantum internet. In addition, he is building a quantum computer in Delft together with Microsoft. Why did you start doing academic research and what made you decide on a career? I started doing research as part of my physics degree. At the end of my master s degree I was truly seized by research. For my thesis I worked with professor Hans Mooij. We made a discovery which set everything into motion; I got to talk to famous people and was invited to speak at conferences, which I really enjoyed. How did you decide to start investigating the Majorana particle? Sometimes you have your own idea about what you want to research, but in the case of the Majorana particle it was different. At some point I was in America and I received an from California, where they had the theoretical knowledge on how to make Majorana particles. Through previous experiments that I had published, they found out I had the practical skills needed to actually build the particles. I was an expert in this area without knowing it myself! I was invited to a meeting organised by Microsoft who funded the project. The project was exciting and we soon made a plan how we could investigate these particles using my techniques. From then on it all changed very quickly. How did your research in the field of quantum computing start? Microsoft had made the huge discovery that it is possible to use topological properties, as probably present in Majorana particles, in quantum information. Together we searched for practical implementations. They had the theory, algorithms and architecture. They just needed someone for hardware implementation. Coincidentally, I was the one who was already an expert on the subject. Can you tell something about your current research on the quantum computer? We need to be able to make qubits without decoherence arising. This means that we can already make qubits, but it would be a breakthrough if we can construct something around them to ensure that the decay of the state is precisely under control. Then you could make a lot more of the same bit, and the mistakes that will always arise will not necessarily lead to the wrong answer in a calculation. We are working on four different kind of qubits. One is better at storing data, another in processing it. Eventually all four have to work together in one computer. But not everything always goes according to plan. In our lab we wanted to have extra set-ups, so we would be able to do more tests at the same time. We discovered, however, that the amount of water needed for the cooling installation resulted in a pressure in the pipes that was too high. One of the pipes burst and I had to get a plumber. That was one of those days you do not feel like you are changing the world. How long are your qubits stable? You mean how short! Right now, if I give you the most optimistic number, we have qubits that are stable for one millisecond. Three years ago this was one microsecond and six years ago one nanosecond. We are making enormous progress. 12

13 What will Microsoft do once there is a quantum computer? They see the use of the quantum computer in the broad sense and do not want to make a specific product out of it. What is really getting out of hand is that the amount of data collected every second is too much to analyse for normal computers, even if you would have all computers in the world available. Microsoft is looking into different methods to keep this process up and running: big classic computers, parallel computing, pairing computers via internet or using quantum computers. At the Student Research Conference, different disciplines are represented. What do you think are the differences between research in the social and applied sciences? The difference is that in the applied sciences, for instance physics or chemistry, you can reproduce your experiments exactly. You do research (you prove a point or develop a product) and the next year someone else can repeat the same experiment using the same input. In social studies reproducing the same research is never exactly possible as you work with people and social situations. This does not mean you should not do research in social sciences. It is very important! For a physicist it is hard to realise that the conclusions based on a huge database are only relevant for that specific database. In social sciences this is the standard practice, because if you take another database of information, for instance from a different year, you will come to different conclusions. It all depends on the characteristics of the data used for research. Do you have advice for the young researchers who want to pursue an academic career? Doing research takes up a big part of your life. It is not a nine to five job, you cannot turn off your after five. You should really enjoy it. It is important that you find an area of research that you are good at and feel at home at. You need to be motivated and passionate, as without this trying to compete with other people in the field becomes very hard. Find your passion! At the Student Research Conference students need to present their research in a way that is understandable for a broad public. What is your advice? This is something I struggle with sometimes as well. Try thinking of a simple metaphor when you are explaining complicated information. I was allowed to present for 15 minutes to our Dutch king Willem- Alexander. I wanted him to remember my presentation and that he would maybe tell something at home about it afterwards. So you have to choose the right level of complexity in your presentation: it must be something that triggers the public and is not too complex. Do not use too many details, that does not stick, but make sure the information still has substance. What do you think of doing research during one s Bachelor s degree? I think doing research in the bachelor is not identical to the way I do my research. The period students get is often too short to learn all the skills and get into the phase where they can get creative and give their own input. Bachelor research is useful in terms of motivation. Students get the chance to get out of the classroom and look into different disciplines of research. That motivates! 13

14 The heart of doing research is asking questions and looking for answers Lotte Jensen Lotte Jensen was born in Denmark and grew up in the Netherlands. She is now Associate Professor of Dutch historical literature at the Radboud University Nijmegen. Besides Dutch historical literature she studied philosophy and is currently involved in research on national identity formation in the 17 th, 18 th and 19 th century. She is also a member of the board of Werkgroep negentiende eeuw and the Young Academy. Currently she is the head of a research project called Proud to be Dutch, a project on the role of war and propaganda literature in the shaping of early modern Dutch identity between 1648 and For this project literature is used as a cultural historical source to reconstruct the mentality of the past. Her research focuses on the way Dutch people used to think about their national identity. Why did you choose a career in historic Dutch literature and philosophy? My initial plan was to study English, not Dutch. After my final exams in high school I lived in Spain for a year to learn Spanish. I wanted to master the language as if it were my mother tongue. However, I soon realised that I would never be able to comprehend a foreign language just as well as the Dutch language. That was when I realised that I wanted to study Dutch language and culture. Also, I had really good Dutch teachers at high school and this caused me to develop a lot of interest in Dutch culture. A good teacher often makes all the difference in choosing your field of study. A year after I started my studies in Dutch literature and culture I also took on philosophy. I wanted to do philosophy because I was intrigued by philosophers. Studying Dutch and philosophy has proved to be a fruitful combination, as for Dutch you have to read extensively, while philosophy requires reading fewer books very intensively and precisely. How did you end up in the academic world? I always enjoyed learning and reading at school. But it wasn t until my studies that I realised I wanted to continue in historical Dutch literature. I was really passionate about gaining knowledge of old Dutch literature, for instance, the works of writers like Vondel and Multatuli. I wanted only one thing: to enrich and extend my own knowledge and transfer that knowledge to other people. Why did you start doing research into national identity shaping? I think that to be able to do research you need a fascination that, in some way, has something to do with yourself. My nationality is Danish and this has shaped my identity, even though the Netherlands is my home. So, my scientific interest has something to do with my foreign background. The direction your research takes can be a coincidence. If you are taught by an inspiring teacher, for example, it could nudge you into that particular direction. I could never have predicted that I would be involved with Dutch cultural history and literature. Like many other students, I initially began studying Dutch in order to study modern literature. Students usually don't consider Vondel or Reinaert de Vos in the first place, but think more of Grunberg and A.F.Th. van der Heijden. You don't choose the path you will take in advance; that path is created in an inspiring class or by a good teacher. What do you like about research? What motivates you? I have a great passion for literature. What motivates me is that you can sort of step into the shoes of writers from the past. You learn to understand why these texts functioned the way they did and why they had such an impact. Take a writer like Vondel, his work Gijsbrecht van Amstel is a very complicated play. It incorporates a classical layer, a mythological layer and a historical layer. It is actually a kind of game to me, to fathom and understand such a piece. It is a search for knowledge for the sake of knowledge itself; it is a puzzle you want to solve. 14

15 What further motivates me, is teaching students. It is inspiring to convey to others the pleasure you get from unravelling and understanding such a text. It is wonderful to see students become just as enthusiastic about a text as I am and believe me, no one who starts reading Vondel likes it immediately. As a student you need help. When I read Vondel for the first time I didn't take to it right away, but I thought it was intriguing: what does it mean and how is it tied together? Once I am fascinated by something it becomes a challenge to unravel it. What is your advice to people who want to become academics? Do it! Let yourself be led by what you like to do and become very good at that. If you are driven to do research, follow your passion. If you want to do a PhD, do it, because it enriches the rest of your life. Ignore your parents advice that you have to find a real job; follow your passion and become really good at that! What is your dream? I would love to do an encompassing publication on Dutch identity throughout the ages. I am saving that for when I get a bit further in my research, but it is definitely my dream. To write at least one elaborate, large, historical book that has a real impact. For this you should use the knowledge you have built up through the years. Queen Maxima once said that the typical Dutchman does not exist. You think it does. How would you characterise this person? In the past, authors have created many stereotypical images of the Dutchman. This Dutchman functions as a sort of literary weapon in the fight against the enemy. So what I am talking about is a rhetorical character, one that is created on paper in relation to war enemies, such as Spain and France. This Dutchman does have a number of specific characteristics: he is hardworking, thrifty, diligent, temperate, tolerant, simple, liberal-minded, and devout. Some characteristics are not deemed relevant in this current time, while others are still applicable. In conclusion I can say that THE Dutchman does not exist, but is created by those literary writings and so, in a sense, does exist but only as a literary and rhetorical weapon against the enemy. Why do you consider research so important for a Bachelor s degree? In your Bachelor studies you lay the basis for further development in your Master studies. If you have no experience with research in your Bachelor studies then you don t know what is like to do research. When doing research a lot of questions will arise and you will need to find ways to answer these questions. The heart of doing research is asking questions and looking for answers. Doing research is the basis of your academic career. 15

16 Members of the review committee 2014 Prof. dr. I. Horváth Delft University of Technology (Chair of the SRC review committee) Dr. S. Baas University College Amsterdam Dr. P. Bos University of Humanistic Studies Prof. dr. S. Buitendjjk Leiden University Dr. P. Caljé Maastricht University Dhr. prof. dr. L. De Moor Free University Brussels Prof. H. van Ees University of Groningen Prof. dr. H. Elzinga University of Groningen Dr. P. Hamersma Delft University of Technology Dr. P. Hudson Leiden University College The Hague Prof. dr. P. Koenraad Eindhoven University of Technology Dr. L. Lemmens Eindhoven University of Technology Dr. A. van der Lugt Maastricht University Prof. dr. M. Mulder Wageningen University Dr. J. Nijhuis Maastricht University Prof. dr. J. van de Pol University of Twente Prof. dr. H. de Ridder Delft University of Technology Prof. dr. J. Schoormans Delft University of Technology Prof. dr. B. Steunenberg Leiden University 16 Prof. dr. H. Meijer University College Roosevelt (Co-chair SRC review committee) Dr. F. Baetens Leiden University College The Hague Prof. dr. M. Breuning Leiden University Medical Centre Dr. G. van de Bunt VU University Amsterdam Prof. dr. D. Deeg VU University Amsterdam Dr. M. van Drunen University College Amsterdam Dr. D. Ehrhardt Leiden University College The Hague Prof. dr. R. Griessen University College Amsterdam Prof. dr. H. Hosper University College Maastricht Prof. dr. E. Jonker Utrecht University Prof. dr. T. Kuijper Wageningen University Prof. dr. G. Lensvelt-Mulders University of Humanistic Studies Prof. dr. R. Meulenbroek Radboud University Prof. dr. H. Murre Leiden University Prof. dr. J. Noordegraaf University of Amsterdam Dr. H. Popeijus Maastricht University Dr. M. van der Schaaf Utrecht University Dr. P. Schuyt Leiden University Dr. J. van Tilburg Maastricht University

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