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Chairman of the Day

Koen de Jong

Koen de Jong

Koen is an advisor at InnoValor focussing on Personal Data and Digital Identities. He completed a bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and a master’s degree in Computer Science at the University of Twente. He was part of the 47th board of W.S.G. Abacus as the officer External Affairs.

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Orators

Mick Bosma

AI in Sport — Mick Bosma

In 2016 Mick graduated with the Bachelor of Econometrics, Operations Research & Actuarial Science at the University of Groningen. For his thesis, he researched the predictive power of the FIFA ranking of national football teams to predict matches and developed an alternative ranking method.

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Arna van Engelen

AI in Radiology — Arna van Engelen

Arna van Engelen studied Medical Natural Sciences at the VU university in Amsterdam, with an MSc in Medical Physics. She graduated in 2009 on a project to determine the contraction pattern of the right ventricular wall of the heart from MRI images. Afterward she did a PhD at ErasmusMC in Rotterdam, where she developed image processing techniques to characterize the composition of carotid atherosclerotic plaques from non-invasive imaging techniques, such as MRI, CT and ultrasound. She continued this research during a post-doc at King's College London, and in 2018 she joined Quantib. Quantib is a growing company that develops AI software for radiology. They have products that help radiologists analyze neurodegenerative diseases and prostate cancer. Arna is currently a senior R&D engineer and the product owner of the Quantib Prostate product.

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Dina Babushkina

AI and Philosophy — Dina Babushkina

Dina Babushkina is a assistant professor in philosophy at the University of Twente, and does research in the philosophy of AI and 'smart' robotics. She will give a talk about the importance of philosophy in the world of AI.

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Robert Schulte

AI and Protheses — Robert Schulte

Robert received his bachelor Biomedical Engineering in 2016 and his masters Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering in 2019 at the University of Twente. His areas of interest include image and signal processing and the application of machine learning in the medical field. Currently, Robert is working as a junior researcher at Roessingh Research & Development (RRD) and is in the final year of his PhD at the UT. RRD is an internationally recognized scientific research institute with a focus on rehabilitation technology and eHealth, working on current and future innovations in rehabilitation and chronic care. RRD occupies a unique position between the university and healthcare practice. This provides a good setting to perform technical research with a clinical touch.

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Mark Winands

AI in (Video)games — Mark Winands

Prof. dr. Mark Winands is a professor in Machine Reasoning at the Department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering, Maastricht University. He received a Ph.D. degree in Artificial Intelligence from the Department of Computer Science, Maastricht University in 2004.

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Hendrik Vincent Koops

AI in Music — Hendrik Vincent Koops

Hendrik Vincent Koops is an AI researcher and composer, holding degrees in Sound Design and Music Composition from the HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, and degrees in Artificial Intelligence from the Utrecht University. After a research internship at Carnegie Mellon University, he completed his PhD in Music Information Retrieval at Utrecht University, studying the computational modelling of variance in musical harmony.

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