May 11, 2017
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.