Past Group Member
Gerbert ten Brinke was born in Enter, the Netherlands. In 2002 he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the Saxion Hogeschool Enschede, The Netherlands. During this period he automated a Theatre Organ together with Bert-Jan de Waard (www.organtronics.com) and did an internship at National Semiconductor(Sitel) 's Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. He implemented a MIDI wavetable synthesizer for a DECT telephone and also constructed a DSP compiler and debugger.
He was employed at National Semiconductor, Hengelo during the study Electrical Engineering at the University of Twente.
He also worked at the chair of biomedical signals and systems on the creation of an 64-channel stimulator and amplifier for the measurement and triggering of neuronal activity.
In November 2005 he received the Master of Science degree of Electrical Engineering at the chair Signals and Systems. His master's thesis was about the quantitative analysis of blood flow in coronary arteries. The animimation below illustrates this research.
Shortly after graduation he was employed at the same chair as a PhD student where he extended his flow-estimation research using 3D modelling. The model is created usingÂ two 2-dimensional x-ray image sequences. The animation below illustrates this research:
Since August 2010, Gerbert is working at ASML Veldhoven.