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Jano van Hemert

  • PhD
  • Senior Research Manager & Academic Liaison
  • Optos plc
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Recent publications

  • Comparison of subjective assessment and precise quantitative assessment of lesion distribution in diabetic retinopathy

    • Sears C
    • Nittala M
    • Jayadev C
    • et al.
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  • Ultra-wide-field fluorescein angiography–guided normalization of ischemic index calculation in eyes with retinal vein occlusion

    • Wang K
    • Falavarjani K
    • Nittala M
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Senior Research Manager & Academic Liaison


July 2012 - Present

Project Manager - Technical


October 2010 - June 2012(2 years)

Research Leader

University of Edinburgh

January 2007 - September 2010(4 years)


NeSC, School of Informatics, The University of Edinburgh

December 2005 - December 2006(a year)

Marie-Curie Training Fellow

TU Wien

October 2005 - December 2005(2 months)

Research Fellow

Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO)

September 2004 - September 2005(a year)


NationalResearchInstituteforMathematics and Computer Science of the Netherlands

December 2002 - August 2004(2 years)



Universiteit Leiden - Leiden University

September 1998 - November 2002(4 years)


Universiteit Leiden - Leiden University

September 1993 - August 1998(5 years)


My research motivation is to enhance data-intensive methodologies in computer science. I achieve this by applying and studying computer science in an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary context. I see three major challenges in the area of data-intensive computation: to make connecting data and methods easier at a conceptual level, to improve ways in which to organise data movement and computation once these are connected, and to provide effective user interfaces to steer both these processes. The grand challenge is to get all of these to work in harmony while the volume and complexity of data, methods and the number of interacting people is growing at an unprecedented rate.

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