After completing my BSc and MSc in Mechanical Engineering I continued as a PhD candidate at the Eindhoven University of Technology, Control Systems Technology group.

My background is in control engineering and PhD research focused on identification and control of thermal aspects in precision mechatronic systems. You can find my final PhD thesis on this website.

Subsequently, I was an university researcher at the TU/e working on a experimental platform for real-time experiments for use in education and research. This was successfully tested during a University course with 80+ users.

Currently, I’m self employed and available for, limited part-time, challenges in the field of (embedded) control solutions.

As my fulltime job I am currently a junior system designer mechatronics at Sioux Technologies.

In my free time I enjoy tinkering with mechatronics, embedded electronics, programming and general DIY projects.