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Professional Address

Dr. J.H. van Deemter
Thales Naval Nederland B.V.
P.O. Box 42
NL-7550 GD - Hengelo (Ov.)
Zuidelijke Havenweg 40
Hengelo (Ov)
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 74 2482061 / Fax: +31 74 2482018
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Professional biography

In 1966, Jos van Deemter was born in Groningen, where he attended primary school and secondary school (VWO). In 1984, he started studying physics at the University of Groningen (RuG), The Netherlands, and later he specialized in Physical Informatics, which is a subdivision of the Physics department. During his specialization he worked on image processing and in 1989 he obtained his Masters' for his thesis titled "A System for Pattern Recognition". Subsequently, he got a PhD position at the department of Biophysics at the RuG, where he worked on biologically motivated strategies for motion detection and pattern recognition. In 1994 he got his PhD for his thesis titled "Strategies for Motion Detection and Texture Recognition in Artificial Visual Systems". After his PhD, he got a postdoc position in the Human Capital and Mobility (HCM) network PAMONOP: Parallel Modelling of Neural Operators. For about one year he worked in Faro, Portugal, at the University of Algarve with Prof. J.M.H. du Buf , one month in Madrid at the Instituto de Optica with Dr. G. Cristobal and Dr. R. Navarro and one month in Marseille at the Laboratoire de Neurobiologie with Dr. N. Franceschini. From April 1996 until August 1997 he was holding a NWO (SION) postdoc position of the MPR (= Massief Parallel Rekenen) cluster at the HPC, Centre of High Performance Computing, RuG, The Netherlands and was a member of the High Performance Computing and Imaging group. Since September 1997, he is working at Hollandse Signaalapparaten (currently Thales Nederland) in Hengelo, The Netherlands.

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Research

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