Martijn Gosselink PhD


Data Scientist & Advisor Big Data, KPMG

Martijn Gosselink obtained his PhD at the University of Amsterdam in 2010. His PhD research, carried out at the National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef), focused on measuring the production of top quarks with the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider (CERN).  

After his PhD he continued with research for two more years at the University of Hamburg. Since 2012, Martijn has been working as a ‘data scientist’ at KPMG in Amstelveen.

With a team of computer scientists and physicists, he helps organizations, such as banks, telecom companies, and healthcare institutions, to deal with large volumes of data, recognize the value of data, and become more data-driven. His experience in data processing and analytics gained throughout his research career is thereby invaluable.

Martijn Gosselink participated in the speeddate session of the PCDI Retreat 2014 STEM.