Martijn Starmans

Martijn Starmans

Office: Na 26-24k
Phone: +31-10-7038875

Curriculum Vitae

Martijn Starmans was born in 1991 in Velsen, The Netherlands. After finishing secondary school in Velsen with the predicate ‘Cum Laude’, he started a Bachelor in Applied Physics at the Delft University of Technology. He became interested in connecting technology and people, broadening his knowledge with a Minor in High-Tech Management. He was also very active at his student society in various committees, where he also spent a full-time board year as treasurer.

Afterwards, Martijn started a Master in Applied Physics in the Imaging Physics track, focusing on Medical Imaging. Simultaneously, he followed a Honours Track in Quantum Mechanics. He conducted his thesis in collaboration with the Daniel den Hoed Cancer Clinic of the Erasmus Medical Centre on 3-D breast ultrasound image segmentation and registration. He finished his Master in 2016 with an internship at Philips Healthtech in Best, The Netherlands, strengthening his knowledge on user-driven application development.

Since October 2016 Martijn works as a PhD student at the Erasmus Medical Centre on the development of a robust, multicentric, multimodal Radiomics platform as part of the STW STRaTeGy consortium. His work mainly revolves around machine learning, deep learning, workflow optimization and automatic algorithm optimization. In trying to find a generalizable approach, applications include primary liver cancer, colorectal liver metastases, melanoma, breast cancer, mesenterial fibrosis, desmoids, sarcomas and GIST tumors.

Looking for an internship or thesis project? Just mail me!

Research lines

Image Registration


Radiomics: methods and applications