Henrik Bruus

Henrik Bruus

Professor

DTU FYSIK
Institut for Fysik

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Fysikvej, Bygning 309

Bygning 309, rum 104

2800 Kongens Lyngby

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Fax 45 93 16 69
E-mail bruus@fysik.dtu.dk
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Nøgleord Teoretisk fysik, mikrofluidik, nanofluidik | Mikrofluidik | Nanofluidik

DTU Profil

Henrik Bruus (HB) forsker i væskers fysik på mikro- og nanometer skala. HB arbejder med teoretiske modeller for og numerisk simulering af, bio/kemiske systemer integreret i biochips (lab-on-a-chip) til detektion, analyse og diagnostik.

Egen profil

Curriculum Vitae                                      

 
Henrik Bruus
Male, born 5 April 1963 in Copenhagen. 
Nationality: Danish.

Present employment
Professor
Department of Physics
Technical University of Denmark
DTU Physics, Building 309
DK-2800 Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
 
Email:   bruus@fysik.dtu.dk 
URL: www.staff.dtu.dk/bruus 
Publication list: www.staff.dtu.dk/bruus/Publications
ResearcherID:  C-4475-2008
Tel: +45 4525 3307
Fax: +45 4593 1669   
  
Language skills: Danish (fluently), English (fluently), French (fairly), 
German (fairly), Swedish (fairly), Italian (rudimentarily) 
 

 
Academic degrees 
 
B.Sc. in mathematics and physics, June 1984 
Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
 
M.Sc. in physics, August 1986
Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Title of thesis: Relaxation Phenomena Studied by the Mössbauer Effect
Thesis advisors: J. M. Knudsen and M. Olsen
 
Ph.D. in physics, May 1990
Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Title of thesis: The Quantum Hall Effect in GaAs/Ga1¡xAlxAs Heterostructures
Thesis advisors: E. B. Hansen and P. E. Lindelof

 
Employment history
 
Aug 1984 - Dec 1985: teaching assistant
Niels Bohr Institute, Ørsted Laboratory, University of Copenhagen
  
Aug 1984 - Jun 1985: high school teacher in physics
Nørre Gymnasium, Copenhagen
  
Jun 1985 - Aug 1985: research assistant
CERN, Geneva. Experimental work on the DELPHI-Detector at the LEP-collider 
  
Aug 1986 - Aug 1990: scientific staff member (while PhD-student at Univ. of Copenhagen)
Danish Institute of Fundamental Metrology, Kongens Lyngby
 
Sep 1990 - Aug 1992: NORDITA fellow
Nordic Institute of Theoretical Physics
  
Sept 1992 - Aug 1994: post doctoral fellow
Department of Applied Physics, Yale University, New Haven
 
Sep 1994 - Nov 1996: research fellow
Centre de Recherche sur les Très Basses Températures (CNRS-CRTBT), Grenoble
 
Dec 1996 - Nov 2001: associate research professor
Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
 
Dec 2001 - Dec 2004: associate professor
DTU Nanotech, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby
 
Jan 2005 - Mar 2012: Professor
DTU Nanotech, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby
 
Apr 2012 - present: Professor
DTU Physics, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby

 
Visiting professor 
Aug 2001 - Sep 2001: Harvard University, Cambridge (Ma), USA
Oct 2007 - Nov 2007: ESPCI ParisTech, Paris, France
Feb  2010 – Jul   2010: University of California Santa Barbara (CA), USA
Aug 2010 – Oct  2010: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MA), USA
Nov 2010 – Jan   2011: Princeton University (NJ), USA
Oct 2012 - Oct 2012: Université Diderot, Paris 7, France
 
Honors
Elected President of the Danish Physical Society 2002 - 2004
Elected member of the Danish Academy of Natural Science since 2005
Fellow of the American Physical Society since 2011 
DTU Teacher of the Year Award 2012