Nils Hendrix completed the Research Master’s track in Communication and Information Sciences at Tilburg University in December 2018 (cum laude). In collaboration with Philips Research Eindhoven, he wrote his Master thesis on “Unsupervised Generative Modelling for Outlier Detection in Digital Pathology Images”. In January 2019, he started working on his PhD thesis on “Deep Learning for Automatic Detection of Hand and Wrist Fractures” under supervision of dr. Matthieu Rutten, dr. Sharon Ong, prof. dr. Eric Postma, and prof. dr. Bram van Ginneken at the Radboud University Medical Center, Jeroen Bosch Hospital, and JADS.
JADS also participates in several (international) projects, which contribute to grand societal challenges like health, food security, smart transport and secure societies. Together with companies, government, NGO’s and other knowledge institutions, JADS works on solutions by using data.