Chief Technology Officer and co-founder
Tom Kamperman, PhD
Tom is an entrepreneurial biomedical engineer with a strong background in microfluidics, tissue engineering, and enabling (micro)technologies. He has over eight years of experience with the development of microfluidic systems for life science applications and in particular microencapsulation. Before starting IamFluidics, he has been working at various internationally recognized institutes including the Max-Planck Institute in Muenster (DE), the MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology (NL), the Technical Medical Centre (NL), and the Division of Engineering in Medicine at Harvard Medical School (USA). In 2019, he was elected “European Innovator Under 35” by MIT Technology Review. Tom is co-inventor of the in-air microfluidics technology, co-founder of the company, and responsible for the technical management and product development of IamFluidics. Besides CTO for IamFluidics, he is also affiliated as a Research Fellow in Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (USA). Tom’s mission is to explore and realize the numerous applications of in-air microfluidics technology by combining his academic expertise with his passion for new ideas and product development.
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