Rob is responsible for eScience Technology development in all projects, project leader of our eScience technology platform, and manager of the eScience engineers.
Frank supervises the development, implementation, and research of innovative eScience solutions in multidisciplinary research projects. He is a strong advocate of applying (and re-using) the latest results of state-of-the-art ICT research in large-scale compute- and data-intensive problems in various scientific research areas.
Willem´s main research topics in the past 10 years are semantics, augmented sense making, visual analytics, information integration, and text mining.
Jason is interested in topics related to large scale distributed computing. At the Netherlands eScience Center he works on climate research projects.
Elena is specialized in image processing, and works as an eScience Engineer on medical imaging and other multidisciplinary projects.
Within the Netherlands eScience Center Ben is involved in several projects in which he is responsible for accelerating scientific applications targeting GPU-clusters.
Jisk works as an eScience engineer on the Summer in the City project and is eScience coordinator for the humanities projects.
Lars’ research interests cover (bio)chemical informatics and simulations. He is responsible as engineer and project coordinator for multiple projects in the life-sciences and chemistry domains.
In 2015 Arnold joined the Netherlands eScience Center where he works on the application of semantic web technologies on biomedical data integration and knowledge discovery.
Vincent is specialized in analytical methods for life science projects.
Johan studied astrophysics at the University of Groningen
Stefan is specialized in software development for life science projects.
Niels works on the water management project as well as general eScience infrastructure. Niels is also part-time guest researcher at the Leiden Observatory, where he applies distributed computing techniques to the AMUSE computational astronomy simulation framework.
Maarten is a core team eScience Engineer, where he focuses on visualization.
Jurriaan’s main responsibility as an eScience engineer is the implementation of inverse modeling algorithms such as DREAM, SCEM-UA, and SODA on cluster computers while improving the usability of these algorithms in the cluster environment.
Christiaan's specialties include machine learning, pattern recognition, computer vision and reinforcement learning.
Carlos works as an eScience engineer on various Digital Humanities projects.
Patrick works as eScience Research Engineer on Digital Humanities and Physics projects, specializing in data mining and high performance optimization.
Sonja joined NLeSC in May 2015. She is an eScience Research Engineer on the project Massive Biological Data Clustering, Reporting and Visualization Tools.
Sacha is a Senior Secretary at the Netherlands eScience Center. She also acts as Event Manager and is responsible for the organization of eScience events.
Patrick is responsible for the Netherlands eScience Center added value, business, and other external contacts. He is also a member of several international (mainly European) advisory bodies and boards of e-infrastructures and organizations.
Prof. Karina van Dalen-Oskam is head of the department of Literary Studies. Her research focuses on computational literary studies.
Dr. Sascha Caron teaches at the Radboud University in Nijmegen and does research in particle physics within the Nikhef consortium.
Dr. Francesco Carlo Nex is Assistant Professor at the Department of Earth Observation Science (ITC-EOS) of the University of Twente.
Dr. Dorothea Samtleben is associate professor at the Leiden Institute of Physics (LION). Samtleben is an observational cosmologist who has specialized in the faint polarization patterns in the cosmic microwave background pattern.
Dr. Christopher Tunnell is Postdoctoral Researchers at the Department of Astroparticle Physics of FOM-Nikhef
Dr. Vincent Robert is Group Leader at the Bioinformatics Group of CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre
Cees de Laat is Professor and leader of the System and Network Engineering Science Group at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
Richard Finkers is Researcher Genomics & Application Big Data in Plant Breeding at Wageningen University
Dr. Maarten Marx' current research interest is integration of large amounts of semi-structured, text-centric, data. His work on the parliamentary proceedings was recognized with the XML Holland Award 2008 and the Dutch Data prize (awarded by DANS-KNAW) 2012.
Prof. Lucas Visscher's group focuses on development and application of multiscale and multilevel methods for the description of complex molecular systems.
Dr. Chris de Graaf is assistant professor in the Division of Medicinal Chemistry at VU University. Currently, he is responsible for the computer-aided drug design research line, complementing the synthetic medicinal chemistry and molecular pharmacology programs.
Matern Otten is part of TNO's Expertise Group for Radar Technology and project leader on the eScience project RT SAR: An Architecture for Real Time Big Data Processing for AMBER.
Gert Vriend is senior professor Bioinformatics of Macromolecular Structures, and is the director of the Center for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics at the Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Sciences at the Radboud University Medical Centre.
Lora Aroyo works in the area of Intelligent Information Systems as an assistant professor in the Web and Media Group, Department of Computer Science VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Prof. Piek Vossen is full Professor of Computational Lexicology at the VU University Amsterdam. In 2013 he won the prestigious Spinoza Award of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
Prof. Huub Wijfjes is a media historian and professor by special appointment to the chair in Radio and Television History at the University of Amsterdam.