- 2012+: Software engineer at Canonical, supporter of Ubuntu. Together with a small team, design and implement a new QML-based user interface toolkit that will be used by many developers to create beautiful and responsive applications for phone, tablet and desktop.
- 2011: Technical software designer at TASS and ASML. Various smaller projects using CUDA, Android, C#, Python.
- 2010: Scientific software developer at Biomedical Image Analysis, Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE). Design and implement a brain visualization tool to which new visualization and processing methods are easily added and exchanged in order to create a single plug-in based platform used by students and collaborators.
- 2004-2009: PhD Biomedical Engineering at Biomedical Image Analysis, TUE. Invent new ways to visualize diffusion-weighted MRI data and reconstructed nerve and muscle fibers in the brain and heart by exploiting the capabilities of modern graphics cards. This greatly helped scientist to improve insight in this complex data, and severely reduces the image generation time (thesis pdf).
- 1998-2003: MSc Computer Science at the Visualization group of TUE. In my last year I developed a new tool (DNAVis) for the interactive visualization of annotated DNA sequences, which was received with great enthusiasm by microbiologists (thesis pdf).
- Fused DTI/HARDI visualization (TVCG 2011, pdf)
- Fast and sleek HARDI glyph rendering (PacificVis 2009, pdf)
- Interactive fiber structure visualization of the heart (CGF 2009, pdf)
- Visualization of the fibrous structure of the heart (VMV 2006, pdf)
- Visualization of Annotated DNA Sequences (VisSym 2004, pdf)