Our Fellows

The title of Research Fellow is used for researchers who have shown excellent performance and are recognized worldwide as experts in their field.
Our Research Fellows are:

Ronald Aarts

Philips Research Eindhoven

 

Ronald is with Philips Research since 1977. He has been involved in the research into servos and signal processing for use in both Video Long Play players and Compact Disc players.

 

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Benno Hendriks

Philips Research Eindhoven

 

A Philips Researcher since 1990, Benno has worked on Monte Carlo simulation of the electron transport in flat-panel displays based on electron hop transport, on light path optics design and manufacturing for Blu-ray Disc development

 

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Mark Johnson

Philips Research Eindhoven

 

Mark is with Philips Research since 1986. He started working as a materials specialist in the magnetism research group, where he first developed improved magnetic oxides (ferrites) for video recording heads and high-frequency power supplies and subsequently investigated magnetic multilayers for application in magneto-resistive sensors and in rewritable (magneto-)optical recording media.

 

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Mareike Klee

Philips Research Eindhoven

 

Mareike Klee studied chemistry and received her PhD in the area of single crystal growth and X-ray diffraction analysis from the Technical University Darmstadt. In 1984 she joined Philips Research Aachen and has been with Philips Research Eindhoven since 2004.

 

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Tom Nuijs

Philips Research Eindhoven

 

Tom joined Philips Research in 1987. Initially he worked on holography for aberration-free imaging and on a model for the optical properties of coatings on display devices. He then contributed to the optics of wafer-stepper alignment.

 

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Ronald Proksa

Philips Research Hamburg

 

Roland is with Philips Research since 1980. He has worked in different research areas, mainly concentrated on system architectures and software/hardware for digital signal processing.

 

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Jean-Paul joined Philips Research in 1995 to initiate a research activity on security and content management. He contributed to the standardization of various music and video distribution systems, and he developed innovative technology for electronic watermarking which is currently in use by the Philips spin-off Civolution.
Jean-Paul joined Philips Research in 1995 to initiate a research activity on security and content management. He contributed to the standardization of various music and video distribution systems, and he developed innovative technology for electronic watermarking which is currently in use by the Philips spin-off Civolution.

Cees Ronda

Philips Research Eindhoven

 

Cees started working with Philips Research since 1986. He is a materials scientist with wide ranging experience in luminescent materials based on a solid theoretical background. He has made important contributions to the development of improved and novel luminescent materials for lamps, LEDs and solar cells, displays and medical applications.

 

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Dr. Anja van de Stolpe

Philips Research Eindhoven

 

Dr. Anja van de Stolpe is Medical Scientific Advisor and Research Fellow (Senior Director level) at Philips Research. She is by background a registered clinical internist specialized in hematology with 10 years of experience in clinical internal medicine and hemato-oncology / blood coagulation in academic and peripheral hospital settings.

 

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Jürgen Weese

Philips Research Hamburg

 

Jürgen is a physicist and is with Philips Research since 1994. He has been working in the area of medical imaging, computer assisted diagnosis and image guided therapy, and made numerous important contributions. In particular, he introduced a software technology for the automatic generation of personalized heart and organ models from medical images that is a key component of an increasing number of innovative products.

 

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Jean-Paul joined Philips Research in 1995 to initiate a research activity on security and content management. He contributed to the standardization of various music and video distribution systems, and he developed innovative technology for electronic watermarking which is currently in use by the Philips spin-off Civolution.
Jean-Paul joined Philips Research in 1995 to initiate a research activity on security and content management. He contributed to the standardization of various music and video distribution systems, and he developed innovative technology for electronic watermarking which is currently in use by the Philips spin-off Civolution.

Thomas Wendler

Philips Research Hamburg

 

In his 30 plus years at Philips Research Thomas has worked at the forefront of innovation in medical information technology and its application to radiology and cardiology. He pioneered innovative solutions in this rapidly growing field years before its importance led to the establishment of a Philips Healthcare business unit, in which he then became most influential.

 

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Pierre Woerlee

Philips Research Eindhoven

 

Pierre joined Philips Research in 1980. His research covered (ultra-low temperature) electrical transport, weak and strong electron localization and magneto-resistance in ultra-thin films and multilayer stacks.

 

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Jean-Paul joined Philips Research in 1995 to initiate a research activity on security and content management. He contributed to the standardization of various music and video distribution systems, and he developed innovative technology for electronic watermarking which is currently in use by the Philips spin-off Civolution.
Jean-Paul joined Philips Research in 1995 to initiate a research activity on security and content management. He contributed to the standardization of various music and video distribution systems, and he developed innovative technology for electronic watermarking which is currently in use by the Philips spin-off Civolution.

Nigel Young

Philips Research Cambridge (UK)

 

Nigel received his PhD in solid-state physics from the University of Leeds before joining Philips Research to work on the electrical characterization of semiconductors in 1984. Since then he has worked mainly on MOS devices and technology within the low-temperature poly-silicon (LTPS) program, and has written some of the earliest papers on poly-silicon thin-film-transistors.

 

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