Job Thijssen

Photo of Dr J H J Thijssen, MInstP
Dr J H J Thijssen, MInstP

Dr J H J Thijssen, MInstP

Chancellor's Fellow
Academic staff
James Clerk Maxwell Building (JCMB)
Room 2421

Job is a member of the following School research institute and research area:


Research interests

Dr. Thijssen is a postdoctoral research fellow developing soft materials, e.g. pastes and gels, for energy applications. He is an experimental physicist and materials scientist with a background in photonic colloidal crystals, colloids in external fields and (nano)particle-stabilized liquid-liquid composites (e.g. emulsions and bijels). He also has extensive expertise of various characterization techniques including confocal microscopy, light/X-ray scattering, electron microscopy and (interfacial) rheology.

Guest lectures on soft materials and/or energy.

  • Solar Power: SUPA post-grad course.
  • Probes of Soft Matter: SUPA post-grad course.
  • Macromolecular Physics.

Job currently offers the following PhD project opportunities:

Soft materials for energy applications

Using kitchen ingredients, in this video Job explains what soft materials are and how they can be used as promising scaffolds for novel electrodes in next-generation batteries.

Recent publications

  1. , , , , , , , , , et al., Energy & Environmental Science, 11, p. 185-201