In 2019 I joined the ranks of CE Delft, where my work focuses on energy markets, grid management and sustainable cities.
Previously I worked for consultancy firm Hypercube and as a self-employed consultant, with assignments relating mainly to public transport. I’m experienced in (social) cost-benefit analyses and policy advice in multi-stakeholder settings.
I hold degrees in both philosophy and physics, so I combine quantitative analysis with sound reasoning and am adept at connecting research with the context the client operates in. Making research relevant and clearly understandable is what drives me most. I’m also the author of two books popularising the philosophy of language, published in 2017 and 2021.