I have worked for NLO since 2010. After graduating and until 2004, I worked for Philips, where I was involved in R&D relating to LCD TV and electronic photography. From 1994, I worked as a patent attorney, specialising in medical systems (MRI) and displays, as well as advising various business groups on patent issues.
In 2004 I moved to ASML, where I worked as a patent attorney specialising in lithography and metrology systems and was involved in structuring patent portfolios and advising on patents.
In my current role I see patents as an important means for promoting innovation and collaboration. And I continue to enjoy the challenge of working with inventors to explore their inventions and then preparing patent applications for them.