"I gain a lot of satisfaction from getting to the bottom of an invention and grasping its innovative essence"
Anne de Blécourt studied Applied Physics at Delft University of Technology. He joined EP&C in January 2019.
Anne ejoys getting to the bottom of how things work. Riding his moped to high school as a child, he loved to visualize what was going on in the engine underneath him. “I gain a lot of satisfaction from getting to the bottom of an invention and grasping the essence of what makes it innovative. To me, the fact that I can assist the inventor in his innovation process is the icing on the cake.”
Reconstructing 3D proton dose distribution using ionoacoustics, K.W.A. van Dongen1, A.J. de Blécourt1, E. Lens, D.R. Schaart and F.M. Vos, Published 15 November 2019 • © 2019 Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine Physics in Medicine & Biology, Volume 64, Number 22.