I am a scientist with a PhD in Astronomy and Astrophysics (KU Leuven), building on a decade of experience in academic research, and a growing number of years in projects revolving around transport and mobility. Since April 2022 I work exclusively at Telraam, a spin-off that was born from one of my earlier projects at Transport & Mobility Leuven, where I started working in 2018. Currently I could best describe myself as a mix of a data scientist, a backend developer, an occasional hardware tester, and a pinch of design and marketing specialist.
I am also a private pilot – PPL(A) – since August 2022, I do quite some road cycling, and I enjoy photography when I still have some energy and motivation left after all my other hobbies.
I am proud of my research experience which comes from the field of asteroseismology. During my doctoral training and postdoctoral career at the KU Leuven I studied massive stars using data from the CoRoT and Kepler satellites and several ground-based observatories. I took active part also in the data-acquisition process by writing competitive grant applications and spending more than 200 nights at various telescopes. My work has contributed to a better understanding of the internal structure and the physical processes that govern the life of massive stars.
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