Personality: Inquisitive, flexible, inventive, helpful achiever.
|Medical Imaging||Image processing and analysis Operating electronic image-sensors & subsystems; acquire, determine and improve the image quality with digital technology in image processing chains.|
|Data Processing||Numerical data processing and analysis using C, script code (PERL, TCL, etc.) or other tooling; depending on availability, compatibility and performance requirements I am very able to find my way (and usually also additional, innovative new ones)|
|Automation||Machine and system control: Creation and editing of C-code for ( e.g.) National Instruments (NI) LabWindows/CVI PC-measurement software: collection of instrument data and actuator control via General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB, IEEE-488). Additional experience with C-coded embedded system firmware.|
|Operating Systems||Computer system management: Excellent knowledge and experience with Linux system control (from 1998, as of kernel version 2.0.35): Debian, (K)ubuntu, RedHat, some SUSE. Well developed, general troubleshooting and configuration skills on all PC-platforms (also MS-DOS from 5.0 to Windows XP)|
|Software tools||Extensive experience in selecting and finding out how to use open source software to get things done at low cost and high quality(Vim, PERL, LaTeX, KDE-desktop environment). Additional experience with National instruments laboratory software development kits: LabWindows/CVI and LabView.>|
Skilful in exploring the operation of State-of-art and prototype
instrumentation. For example: characterisation of micro electronic
devices at liquid Helium temperatures with super-conductive magnets with
nano-ampére currents and micro voltage potentials: both AC and
General: strong intuition, caution and patience to achieve results at the limits of what is possible.
|RF||Radio Frequency: Measure, determine and simulate radio frequency impedance of materials and devices in microwave guides (Scatter and Admittance parameters)||Electronics:||Minding ESD-safety when handling sensitive parts, soldering, modifying and utilising test circuits.|
|Materials science||Knowledge of physical (principally electronical) properties of micro- and nanoscopic semiconductor- and metal devices.|
|Cryogenics||Measurements with liquid Helium cryostats, Oxford instruments super-conductive magnets, down to 350 μKelvin with He-3).|
|2007-2009||Developer Flat Digital X-ray imaging detectors|
|Philips Medical Systems, Best(NL)|
Evaluation and monitoring the image quality of flat X-ray imaging detectors for
medical imaging systems. Specification and realization of test environments
to simulate utilisation of prototypes in the product environment. Hence I
realized the possibility to asses the impact of innovations and asses the
impact of foreseen and unforeseen risks.
I intensely liked the opportunity to draw on my inventivity and ability to get interconnection details right and the gradual growing comprehension of an increasing number of system details. One of my major assets was my ability to organise and keep the unique experimental data together: this provided additional possibilities to simulate other non-project related issues and also simulate solutions in a more cost effective way. This all helped me to `exceed specifically strong in solving very tough problems'.
Industrial Automation; Programming of firmware for embedded (arm) payment
systems, configuration of embedded Linux multimedia PC-systems
Various software courses
in software testing, elementals of and best practices
Most of the coding preferences I already adopted during my experimental work, proved to coincide closely to the practices revealed to me during this time. Besides that I also learnt that my attitude is too generalist: I like working on software solutions to capture reality in this kind of `modelling framework' but I also feel a strong desire to be able to use hardware solutions which can be simple and more effective in some situations.
|2001-2005||Research Fellow Experimental Physics|
|High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML), Radboud University Nijmegen(NL)|
Researching electronic properties of nanoscopic semiconductor and metal
structures in high magnetic fields (up to 33 Tesla). This required picking
up a great deal of meticulous experimenting skills with sensitive
mechanical and cryogenic instruments and interference sensitive electronic
measurement devices (e.g.Lock in amplifiers, nanovolt meters,
Development of a theoretical, electronic transport model to match the measurement outcomes to microscopic phenomena which govern the macroscopic transport properties in order to gain insight in the material quality achieved by the used deposition processes.
performed tuition and public information Supervision over seminars for MSc. students. Guided tours for regular citizens after the inauguration of the new laboratory. setting up and acquiring elements of a `Magneto-demo-show'
|2002-present||Nijmeegen Student Choir Alphons Diepenbrock: Board 2003-2004 (treasures), accountin- and propaganda committee WWW-maintenance.|
|2001-2005||HFML Research group: Group outing 2002, cocktail parties, fitting up of joint experimenting site (`Labgarden')|
|1994-2001||Study association A-Eskwadraat: Many organizing commitees: Parent information days, Bi-weekly cocktail parties, Multidisciplinary symposium, International exchanges, collecting and republishing old tentaminations, cooking teams, Mentor and Mentor-trainer during the faculty introduction.|
|2007-2009||Philips Medical Systems:||
|2001-2005||Radboud University Nijmegen(NL) & Foundation FOM:|
|1993-2000||Master (and Bachelor) Experimental Physics|
|Faculty of Physics and astrophysics, Universiteit of Utrecht(NL)|
Design and simulation of particle trajectories in a Magneto Optical compressor. Numerical simulations in atomic physics by creation my own (C & C++ simulation programs. The results were aimed at improving the quality of lasercooling experiments.
Extra researchproject: Using microwaveguides to quantify the complex permittivity of a liquid and solid state mixture as used in organic (Grätzel-) photovoltaic cells. Courses: Solid state-, atomic-, semi-conductor- & bio physics, physical informatics and signal processing.
Extra curricular: Basic instrument making, Effective conferencing, the many additional organizing experiences in study association A-Eskwadraat.
Participation in studytours to: Scandinavia & Finland (1995), India (1997), and Ireland (1998).
|1986-1993||Highschool (HAVO & VWO)|
|Menso Alting College (Hoogeveen, North-NL)|
Physics, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Economy-1, English, and
Honours: 1992 & 1993: Paricipant 2nd round National Dutch Biology Olympiad in the last two years of High-school (best 20 high-school students of the first national round).
|Dutch:||Writing: excellent, verbal: fluent.|
|English||Writing: excellent, verbal: fluent.|
|German||Writing & Speaking: sufficient. Listening: excellent; especially high & north-German.|
|French||Rudimentary, but willing to learn.|
classical: stronger feeling for music than lyrics, I enjoy my
participation as a bartone in a classical choir.
popular: Cabaresk, fanfarepunk: I especially like it when music and lyrics closley support eachother.
|General interest||Science, technology, and history Why and how do things occur as they do, what traces of the past are still present? How do past occurences influence the way that we and they do the things we do?|
|Nourishment||I like to cook tastefull and healthy (asian or mediteranian) and closely evaluate the tasts of other fine consumables of life.|
|Sports||Running, power skating, and skating|
|Tinkering:||Solving technical and computer problems of friends (preferrably Linux and PC-architecture) and explore new features.|
|Magnetic field enhanced backscattering of focused electrons in mesoscopic metallic bridges , J. de Jonge, U. Zeitler, J. C. Maan, G. M. Mikhailov, L. I. Aparshina, A. V. Chernykh, I. V. Malikov and V. Y. Vinnichenko, Int. J. of Modern Physics B , 18 (2004), 3613-3616|
|Destruction of correlated bilayer states subjected to tilted magnetic fields , U. Zeitler, J. de Jonge, J. W. W. van Tilburg, J. C. Maan, D. Reuter and A. D. Wieck, Int. J. of Modern Physics B, 18 (2004), 3693-3698.|