Nederland

Wij zijn een groep enthousiaste data scientists uit Nederland, en wij hebben Stichting CorrelAid Nederland opgezet. We hebben als doel data scientists en maatschappelijke en sociaal denkende organisaties te verbinden. Of je nou een student bent in een kwantitatieve richting en je wilt je skills inzetten in de praktijk of een professional en je wilt een betekenisvolle bijdrage leveren naast je werk; bij ons zijn data scientists van alle niveaus en achtergronden welkom. Het werk is op vrijwillige basis.

Stichting CorrelAid Nederland is geïnspireerd door, en werkt samen met CorrelAid, opgericht in Duitsland.

Als je geïnteresseerd bent in CorrelAid Nederland of als je mee wilt doen: ga naar onze website, mail een van ons, of schrijf je in op de mailing list!

Het team

Andrew

Andrew

CorrelAidX Nederland

During his masters in Neuroscience, Andrew started up an NGO and tried to build an orphanage in Kenya. Two years in, he failed and vowed to build up his skillset and network to try to do good again once he had more experience. He has since then worked as a data scientist at Capgemini, United Wardrobe, and Utelly, specializing in NLP, Search, and Recommendation Systems. After seeing how much more impact we can have with data, he’s switched from building orphanages to building models for good.

[ andrew.sutjahjo@correlaid.org ]

Fabian

Fabian

CorrelAidX Nederland

Fabian received his Masters degree in Cognitive Science from the University of Tübingen, Germany, and is currently doing his PhD at Department of Psychological Methods at the University of Amsterdam. He works on topics related to Bayesian inference and testing, causal inference, and time-series analysis. Besides academic things, he is excited about initiatives that use data for the social good. You can find him on Twitter​,​ GitHub, and on his website.

[ fabian.dablander@correlaid.org ]

Joel

Joel

CorrelAidX Nederland

Joel graduated from his master program in political science at University of Gothenburg in summer 2018. Afterwards, he moved to Utrecht and started with several other passionate data scientists a local CorrelAid chapter in the Netherlands. Currently, he is living in Berlin. We are curious if we can transfer the concept of "data for good" on another cultural context and are excited for the first local chapter beyond Germany.

[ joel.h@correlaid.org ]

Mandy

Mandy

CorrelAidX Nederland

Mandy received her double degree in Commerce and Arts from the University of New South Wales, Australia. With previous work experience in Sydney (and now Amsterdam), she has an extensive background in data, analytics, project and client management. Passionate about making a positive difference, she is excited to work with CorrelAid and the various organizations that take an interest in social aid.

[ mandy.c@correlaid.org ]

Daphne

Daphne

CorrelAidX Nederland

Daphne is currently specializing in labor law and in mediation. She wants to help fight the injustice in the world any way she can. She’s currently doing so by providing legal assistance to CorrelAid Nederland.

[ netherlands@correlaid.org ]

Yiran

Yiran

CorrelAidX Nederland

Yiran is currently a research master student in organization at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She’s passionate about helping others realize the power of data science and applying it to create more social value.

[ yiran.g@correlaid.org ]

Florian

Florian

CorrelAidX Nederland

After a bachelor’s degree in cognitive neuroscience, Florian’s interest shifted to organizational psychology in which he completed a research master. He is currently pursuing a PhD in the same field at the University of Amsterdam, where he also teaches statistics. He loves statistics, data visualization, and working with passionate teammates and is excited to combine all this at CorrelAid. You can find him on twitter @florianwanders​ and at ​ florianwanders.github.io​ .

[ netherlands@correlaid.org ]

Jacob

Jacob

CorrelAidX Nederland

Jacob obtained an undergrad in International Business Administration and is currently studying Computer Science and Engineering at the TU Delft, where he is focussing on data science and engineering. Through the combination of both business and technical skills, he hopes to contribute to making the Dutch chapter of CorrelAid a great success.

[ netherlands@correlaid.org ]