Mr Kristoffer is educated from University of Bergen, Norway. During his MSc in Physics he wrote a thesis with the title ‘Ultrasonic Manipulation of Particles and Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Antibubbles’. Kristoffer initiated and successfully completed work regarded by multiple funding bodies to be of high quality. Consequently, he contributed with scientific work to multiple international scientific conferences during his MSc. Several scientific publications were authored by Kristoffer in this period; ‘Acoustically Active Antibubbles’, ‘Nonlinear Echoes from Encapsulated Antibubbles’, and ‘Ultrasonically Driven Antibubbles Encapsulated by Newtonian Fluids for Active Leakage Detection’. Kristoffer has an extensive knowledge and understanding of the physics of bubbles, and their potential applications. Hence, he is assigned the objective of shedding some theoretical light on cavitation clouds. A famous bongo drum player once said: ‘It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn’t matter how smart you are. If it doesn’t agree with experiment, it’s wrong.’ Studying cavitation clouds with this philosophy a novel understanding of their fundamental nature, and potential application in medicine and industry will successfully be achieved.
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- What’s better than having a high-speed camera?
- Shock wave PCD is published (Ultrasonics Sonochemistry)
- Ryan Colquhoun does a Nuffield project at CavLab
- CavLab gets… not 1… but 2 papers on Ultrasonics (Journal) most downloaded list!
- Jae ‘shocks’ the passive acoustic mapping community at IEEE IUS in Tours, France, 2016
- Keith Johnston bags his PhD
- Elizabeth Casey does her work experience at CavLab
- CavLab takes delivery of its high-speed camera
- CavLab rapid control feedback loop nominated for NI Global Engineering Impact Award
- Dr Prentice wins the Sir Robin McLellan award