Sander Senhorst obtained his BSc in Applied Physics at Delft University of Technology in 2017. During his bachelor studies, he studied for a semester at University of Maryland with the IIE Global E3 Exchange Programme.
In 2022 he obtained his master’s degree in applied physics at the Optics Group with a thesis on the subject of ‘Multiple beamsteering for Aerospace applications’. During his master’s he also obtained a teacher’s license.
After his graduation he worked part-time as a teacher at Infinity College Rotterdam and Single Quantum until returning to the Optics Research Group in September 2022 to pursue his PhD. The focus of his PhD research, under supervision of Prof. Wim Coene and Prof. Omar El Gawhary, is on extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lensless imaging, in particular extending the current narrowband EUV Ptychography setup to make use of the full spectral output of the High Harmonic Generation (HHG) source.
In addition to his work at Delft university of technology, he is also active in the Netherlands Physical Society (NNV) where he has been a board member since April 2022.