Jacques Dam

Jacques Dam (1954) graduated from the Technical University of Delft in Applied Physics. He obtained his PhD degree in 1989 for the discovery, development and deployment of an impregnated, superconducting whole body MRI system. Since 1989, he has a long track record in designing and developing cryogenic, cooling and vacuum systems.

Jacques has worked at the French-Dutch design team of the superconducting AGOR cyclotron, now in operation at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (RUG), at Stirling cryogenics as senior consultant responsible for the design of many HTS closed sub-cooled LIN cooling systems at ESA designing and building cooling systems, at Thales cryogenics, and at Stork Inoteq for the development of dedicated cryogenic systems for the LNG industry.

In 2011, he became the director of science at the LNG TR&D Foundation and was appointed in 2012 as senior scientist at the Energy Valley Foundation for the development of a Dutch LNG fuel supply chain. In 2012 he was appointed as part-time professor at the TU/e Energy Technology group for the development of LNG systems over the entire upstream and downstream LNG chain.

In 2015, he was appointed as part-time lector Sustainable LNG Technology at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences for the development of sustainable LNG technologies and initiating collaboration programs with the Hanze University and the TU/e, thus partially closing the gap between both knowledge institutions.

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