Our team is young and ambitious.
We have various backgrounds, but we all share a fascination for machine learning and solving relevant real world problems.
Yannick Maltha is co-founder and CEO of Dutch Analytics. At the Delft University of Technology he graduated cum laude in Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management. During his studies, Yannick has been actively involved in the field of entrepreneurship.
Starting with his own startup, Yannick became president of the student society of YES!Delft in 2013 (4th position in the European UBI Index 2015). In his final years of his study he supported the development of a startup incubator in South Africa, and the IRPdelft team offering business projects in emerging markets around the world.
Victor is co-founder and CTO of Dutch Analytics. He did his bachelor in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Econometrics and a master in Control & Simulation at Delft University of Technology. While in high school, he started his first company, which he sold at the age of 20.
During his studies, he developed a large interest in Data Science and Machine Learning. In 2014, Victor spent half a year in the Silicon Valley startup ecosystem doing research for Healthcare Innovation Transfer on the use of data analytics in the healthcare sector.
Jorick Naber is COO of Dutch Analytics. He joined the team in December 2017. Previously he has been active as co-founder and Director of Operations and Projects of Type22, a Delft University of Technology start-up delivering self service products to airports. Which was acquired by leading aviation IT supplier SITA in 2015.
Building a company that develops surprising products by combining technology and creativity is Jorick’s passion. With a team of inspiring and excellent people. Where trust is valued most.
Duke is the Company Strategy Officer of Dutch Analytics. He is a seasoned entrepreneur and started his career after his studies in Delft, by building a career in IT in various roles, varying from entrepreneur, investor, board member to business coach and Entrepreneur in Residence.
Being fully integrated into the start up and scale up ecosystem and roles at YES!Delft, UtrechtInc, Venture Café, ScaleUpDelta and TEKDelta he has developed a strategic view on scaling potential for tech start ups, and scale ups, such as Dutch Analytics.
Dieuwke is an entrepreneurial coach for startups and has a broad experience as cofounder of several startups. Lately, she worked as co-founder for the Venture Generator and became part of the birth of Dutch Analytics. She is really pleased to join the young team of Dutch Analytics with her seniority, advice and experience.
Nienke is HR Manager of Dutch Analytics. She graduated at Hotelschool The Hague, an international business school specialized in hospitality management. Subsequently, she studied mathematics and is currently in her bridging program in order to be eligible to start her Master’s degree in Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics at Delft University of Technology.
Next to her studies, she has been actively involved in several committees in Delft focusing on business and financial management. Additionally, she has worked abroad in Barcelona and did an internship and thesis in analyzing operational management and logistics for exhibitions.
Eline van den Wildenberg
Eline is currently in her last year of her bachelor in Industrial Design Engineering at Delft University of Technology.
She just finished a minor in Neuroeconomics at the Erasmus University. Coming from this background, she is particularly interested in eye pleasing design and exploring ways to get a customer’s attention. Thereby she joined Dutch Analytics to work in marketing & communications.
Anton did his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering at Delft University of Technology. Subsequently, he followed a bridging program to do a Master’s degree in Applied Physics. During his Master’s, Anton joined the TU Delft iGEM 2014 Team, which developed a plug-and-play electrical output module in E. coli to which biosensors can be coupled.
For his Master’s Thesis, Anton uncovered dynamics of the Bacterial Flagellar Motor which were hidden in experimental data up till now. After an internship of seven months at ASML, he decided to explore the possibilities of machine learning and joined Dutch Analytics.
Mike did his Bachelor’s degree in mathematics at the University of the West of England, graduating top of his university in mathematics and statistics, being awarded an Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) prize for outstanding achievement.
Mike is currently finishing writing his Ph.D. thesis in `Optimal Transport Methods for Machine Learning and Quality Control’. He’s passionate about all things related to mathematics and machine learning, so joined the Dutch Analytics team.
Ricardo obtained his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Leiden and completed his MSc in High Performance Computing at the University of Edinburgh. During and after his studies, he ran his own company for over 8 years, specializing in both software development and managed hosting solutions.
His interests in data and emerging technologies, combined with his passion for software engineering, made him join the team of Dutch Analytics.
Marc van Duyn
Marc is currently working on his bachelor degree Computer Science and Economics at the University of Leiden and Erasmus. During his studies he worked as a developer for multiple companies specializing in software development and data analytics. Also Marc worked on machine learning projects, doing his bachelor thesis in visual classification of eDiscovery categories with neural networks.
Influenced by his economic background, he is mainly interested in combining It and Economics, with a focus on investment valuation.
Nathan van 't Hof
Nathan completed his Bachelor’s degree at Delft University of Technology in Aerospace Engineering. During his studies he became acquainted with Python, a tool he used to develop his own application and later ended up working in the industry in tandem with his studies. He is currently working on his Master in Aerospace Structures and Materials, also at Delft University of Technology.
He has an interest in challenging projects and as such decided to join Dutch Analytics.
Máté completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, where he developed an interest in coding and worked at several automotive companies, focusing on software engineering and data analytics.
Currently, he is working on his Master Thesis at the System & Control programme of Delft University of Technology, where he explores identification and filtering of non-biological variations in medical imaging techniques.
He is passionate about good coffee, climbing walls and winter sport, as well as exploring new technologies, solving challenges in data science and engineering, thus he decided to join the team of Dutch Analytics.
Enrique Gutierrez Neri
Enrique has a bachelor in Mechanical Engineering from Instituto Tecnológico de la Laguna in Torreón, Mexico. After that, he moved to the Netherlands to obtain his MS.c. in Mechanical Engineering at the Process & Energy department of Delft University of Technology.
His passion for software development along his two years of working experience on failure prevention and correction of industrial rotative machinery, makes him a valuable asset for collecting and interpreting data at Dutch Analytics.
Boris completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering at Delft University of Technology with a minor in Econometrics. During this time he developed an interest for data analytics and gained experience in the financial services industry. Next to his studies he organized a month long study tour to the USA and Canada for 30 fellow students, visiting both the biggest and smallest companies in the aerospace sector.
Currently he works as an intern at Dutch Analytics, which he does as a part of a nine month gap year program provided by strategy consultancy firm Roland Berger.
Board of Advisors
Zaid Al-Ars is an associate professor at the Quantum & Computer Engineering department of the Delft University of Technology, where he leads the research and education activities of the big data architectures group. His work focuses on addressing the bottlenecks in big data application scalability on multicore architectures and proposing optimized solution alternatives for system performance, memory, power, reliability, etc. Furthermore, Dr. Al-Ars is co-founder of Bluebee, a company specialized in high performance genomics solutions.
Roel Overakker is an all-round manager with experience as (supervisory) board member and consultant in several branches, such as power generation and distribution, sustainable energy, and infrastructure. He has a background in Control Engineering (Delft University of Technology), and has played an active role in field related companies such as Berenschot, Siemens, Movares and Royal HaskoningDHV.