Machine2Learn BV
Gustav Mahlerplein 2
1082 MA, Amsterdam, Netherlands
 

Project leader

Dr. Fabio Gori

Phone:+31 20 799 7437 

Project staff

Dr. Ali Bahramisharif 

Phone:+31 20 799 7437 
Dr. Amir H. Ghamarian

Phone:+31 20 799 7437
Mr. Wouter Oosterheert

Phone:+31 20 799 7437
Mr. Yoel Sanchez

Phone:+31 20 799 7437
Ms. Araceli Canadas-Ruiz

Phone:+31 20 799 7437

Institute presentation

Machine2Learn is a young artificial intelligence company based in Amsterdam. Its international team of experts is specialised in machine learning and deep learning solutions. With close ties to the Radboud University in Nijmegen and business communities, Machine2Learn combines robust scientific knowledge with a strong customer-oriented approach to AI. Current projects include Dutch language chatbots, causal discovery, traffic regulation systems, predictive maintenance solutions and medical diagnostics.

Every season, one person of the Early Career Scientists is selected as the Scientist of the Season to highlight her or his role in and contribution to the Aggressotype consortium. The selection is based on the recent publication of a paper of special interest, a presentation given, or a recent other significant contribution to the progress of the consortium. Please find in the following all Scientist of the Season that have been elected so far.

Scientist of the Spring 2015

Noèlia Fernàndez Castillo, PhD
University of Barcelona, Genetics Department
Interview

Scientist of the Summer 2015

Florian Freudenberg, PhD
Goethe University, Department of Psychiatry, Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy
Interview

Scientist of the Autumn 2015

Nathalie Holz, PhD
Central Institute for Mental Health Mannheim, Department of Developmental Clinical Neurophysiology
Interview

Scientist of the Winter 2015/2016

Olga Rivero, PhD
University of Würzburg, Division of Molecular Psychiatry
Interview

Scientist of the Spring 2016

Ditte Demontis, PhD
University of Aarhus
Interview

Scientist of the Autumn 2016

Marjolein van Donkelaar, PhD Student
Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Interview

Scientist of the Spring 2017

 
Bru Cormand, Professor of Genetics
University of Barcelona
Interview

Scientist of the Summer 2017

Amanda Jager, PhD-Student
Radboud university medical centre
Interview

Scientist of the Autumn 2017

Dr. William Norton
University of Leicester Department of Biology
Interview

Scientist of the Winter 2017/2018

Pascal Aggensteiner
Central Institute for Mental Health Mannheim, Department of Developmental Clinical Neurophysiology
Interview

Scientist of the Spring 2018

Prof. Barbara Franke
Radboud University Medical Centre
Interview

The Scientific and Ethical Advisory Board (SEAB) is a consultative body which is formed to ensure and improve the scientific performance and the quality of results of Aggressotype. The members of the SEAB are provided with progress reports from Aggressotype and are invited to the annual GA meetings in order to monitor the progress of work, to assess the scientific quality and to give feedback. The SEAB will also consider and mention any ethical issues, which might require (stronger) attention in their feed-back.

Five renowned experts from the relevant scientific fields of Aggressotype have agreed to be part of the Aggressotype Scientific and Ethical Advisory Board:

Han Brunner

Professor of Clinical Genetics, 
Radboud University Medical Centre,
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
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BLAIR, Robert James Richard 

Chief, Unit on Affective Cognitive Neuroscience, 
Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program, 
National Institute of Mental Health, 
15K North Drive, Room 206, MSC 2670, 
Bethesda, Maryland 20892-2670
Klaus A. Miczek 

Moses Hunt Professor of Psychology, 
Psychiatry, Pharmacology & Neuroscience, Tufts University, 
Medford, MA, USA
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Peter Jensen 

MD, President and CEO of the REACH Institute, NY, USA
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