Facilities, Staff, Equipment…
The Baseball Science Centre is located at CTO Amsterdam. The CTO Amsterdam is one of five Dutch national Olympic training centres and facilitates training and expertice for multpli Olympic atlethes in the Amsterdam regio. Als CTO Amsterdam host one of the Dutch ‘Sport Data Labs’.
The Dutch baseball federation (KNBSB) hosts their Olympic Softball program and their national talent academy at the CTO Amsterdam.
Dokter Meurerlaan 7
1067 SM Amsterdam
Meet our staff:
Erik van der Graaff, PhD
Scientific Director, Embedded Scientist at KNBSB.
Paul Venner, MSc
Head of Atletic Performance at KNBSB and NOC*NSF.
Martijn Nijhoff, BSc
Operation Director, Talentcoach at KNBSB.
Prof. Dr. Dirkjan Veeger
Special Advisor, Chair of the Department of Biomechanical Engineering at TU Delft
Prof. Dr. Evert Verhagen
Professor at the VU University Medical Center Amsterdam
Prof. Dr. Peter J. Beek
Dean of the Faculty of Behavioural and Movement Sciences at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Prof. Dr. Frans van der Helm
Professor in Biomechanics and Bio-robotics at TU Delft
PhD-project: Hacking the Kinetic Chain
Bart van Trigt (PhD student – Biomechanica Engineering – Delft University of Technology)
Ton Leenen (PhD student – Human Movement Sciences – Vrije Universiteit Asmterdam)
team Product Development
Yasper Recillas (Biomechanical Design – Delft University of Technology)
Taeke van Kuijk (Sportstechnology – The Hague Applied University)
Appy Tong (Master Internship – Bioinformatics – Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Pia Bartraij (Research Master – Human Movement Sciences – Vrije Universiteit Asmterdam)
Eva Voortman (Master Thesis – Human Movement Sciences – Vrije Universiteit Asmterdam)
Ricardo de Boer (Master Thesis – Data sciences and entrepreneurship – Tilburg University)
Jorian Knepper (Master Thesis – Aerodynamics – Delft University of Technology)
team Training & Testing
Derek de Wit (Internship – Sportkunde – HvA)
Erik-Jan Meijer (Internship – Fontys- HvA)
Kim Louwers (Internship – Fontys- HvA)
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