I studied Artificial Intelligence at the Radboud University Nijmegen and finished my studies in 2013 with a Masters degree (MSc). Currently, I am working in the area of applied sciences for the Diagnostic Image Analysis Group at the Radboudumc in Nijmegen. I am part of the software engineering team that is responsible for supporting research and helping the department to transform experimental algorithms into medical products. I am part of the team that helped develop Veolity, a lung cancer screening software that was (and is being) built together with the German company MeVis Medical Solutions.
In my freetime, I like to delve further into computer engineering problems with special interests in electronics and game design. I use this website to document my projects and to share related resources with the world.