Prior to joining Dehns as a Technical Assistant in 2019, Hendrik worked in academic research and development at UCL developing reactor systems for the synthesis of nanomaterials used in point of care diagnostic medicine.
Between his MEng, PhD and post-doctoral research, Hendrik has experience in the fields of bioprocessing, biofuel cells, glucose monitoring, nanomaterials, point-of-care diagnostic medicine, lab-on-a-chip reactors, rapid reactor prototyping (CAD, CNC, photolithography, 3D Printing and more), manufacturing and analytical science.
Hendrik currently works with a variety of engineering clients including large multinational companies and SMEs. His work includes filing and prosecuting patent applications to grant before the UK and European Patent Offices, and providing technical advice to clients during opposition procedures.
Hendrik has particular experience with inventions in the fields of aerospace, oil and gas exploration, spectrometry, scientific instruments, telecommunications, antibacterial coatings, battery technology, consumer products, medical devices, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), paper products, robotics and smart devices.
PhD, Chemical Engineering (Development of miniature enzymatic biofuel cells as potential power sources for implantable medical devices), University of Bath, 2015
MEng (1st class honours), Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, 2011