Research Software Engineer
Jaro Camphuijsen, MSc
After obtaining his bachelor’s in Physics and Astronomy, and completing his bachelor’s project on modelling plasma light emission in Tokamak reactors, Jaro went on to earn a master’s in Computational Science from the UvA in 2017. For his master’s thesis, he worked on the parameterization of subgrid processes in atmospheric flow at the KNMI. He has very broad scientific interest ranging from cell biology to plasma physics and from modelling physical systems to machine learning and scientific visualization.
At the Netherlands eScience Center, he works on eWaterCycleII and other related projects as a Research Software Engineer.
- Scientific Computing
- Modelling Physics and Astronomy
- Computational (cell) Biology
- Scientific Visualization