Bart Jacobs is professor of computer security at Radboud University and the scientific leader of the PEP project.personal website
Eric Verheul is professor computer science at the Radboud university and cryptographic advisor of the PEP project.personal website
Joeri de Ruiter is a postdoctoral researcher in the Digital Security group at the Radboud University. His research interests are the design and analysis of security protocols.personal website
Sietse Ringers is a postdoctoral researcher in the Digital Security group at the Radboud University. His research interests is security by design and identity management.personal website
Carlo Meijer is a Ph.D. student. His research interests are practical security analysis of systems deployed in the wild. Within the PEP project he focusses mostly on the design, verification and implementation of cryptographic protocols.
Hans Harmannij is a Ph.D. student. In the PEP project he works on authentication, access control, and interfacing with software and procedures used by research groups.
Bernard van Gastel is a computer science researcher with a background in software analysis with formal methods including methods to asses sustainability of software. Within the PEP project he focusses on scalability and quality.personal website
Joost van Kempen is research IT architect at the Radboudumc. In the PEP project he is responsible for the architectural oversight and the coupling of the PEP and the DRE (Digital Research Environment) of the Radboudumc. He will also support the team to integrate the clinical research process with the PEP-DRE infrastructure.LinkedIn
Pieter van den Haak is an ehealth specialist with a background as epidemiologist. At ParkinsonNet he works as team leader on technological innovations in healthcare and is acting in an advisory role within the PEP project.LinkedIn
Jon Moroney is a Ph.D student interested in usable security systems and in secure design practices. Within the PEP project he works on verification and validation.