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ScienceWorks supports the transfer of scientific knowledge to society from its office in The Hague. Our experts have been advisors of governments, high tech businesses and universities in many countries. ScienceWorks has access to international networks of experts in the field of value creation and innovation policy, including the Technopolicy Network. Our approach is to establish a well designed team of advisors for every assignment. In doing so we may make use of the experts of our advisory board.

Our Employees


Frank Zwetsloot

The founder of ScienceWorks. With twenty years of experience at Erasmus University and at Science Alliance, you may state rightly that “knowledge transfer” has become the second nature of Frank. In this period he founded almost ten organisations to structure the exchange of scientific knowledge, including the European leading organization on knowledge transfer, ASTP and The network of knowledge regions Technopolicy. At ScienceWorks he developed several measurement systems in order to measure knowledge transfer (Valorisatieranking) and science based regional development. The most recent network concerns AESIS, an organization that measures and promotes the impact of science. His motto: One discovery may create a thousand new realities”

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Anika Duut van Goor

As Project Manager Valorisation Anika is responsible for expanding the AESIS Network and the organisation of the Impact of Science conference, courses and other future events. She has a background in political science research and event coordination, which is reflected in the combination of professionalism and excitement she brings to the job. Her motto: ”Tomorrow is too late, yesterday is over. Now is exactly the right time!”

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Ivo Wildenberg

Ivo has been working as a dealmaker and strategy consultant since 1986. He does most of his work in media, shipping and the automotive industry. He established his own firm, Bridgecraft, in 1995. He has worked with ScienceWorks since its inception and was involved in many of its projects. He brings with him experience in the fields of finance and business development.
His motto: “Simplicity is a virtue”

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Tomas van den Broeke

After attaining his master degree in Political Science, Tomas started at the AESIS Network of Scienceworks in 2018 as Project Manager. In this function, he is responsible for the development of international conferences and courses on the societal impact of social sciences and humanities. At the start of 2019, he took on the additional responsibility of leading the Unit ‘Knowledge, Data & Policy’ of ScienceWorks. With his philosophical and political background, Tomas strives to set up impactful and insightful projects. His motto: ‘He who only knows little of his side of the case knows little of that’.

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Dewi Oostdam

Since April, Dewi has been working as Office and Conference Manager at Scienceworks. Her background is in education where she has worked in the past 10 years with a challenging target group. Cultural and social themes form a large part of her interests. The coherence of these themes and the diversity of events ensure that she takes on this challenge with great pleasure. Dewi is a hands-on problem solver, whatever needs to be done, she takes care of it. Her motto: “If not, then anyway.”

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Eline Hietbrink

As project manager, Eline is responsible for the organisation of activities of the AESIS Network and for expanding this network. Eline has a background in international relations and specialized in security issues and the Latin American region. She aims to enhance the impact of science by connecting individuals through the AESIS Network. Her motto: “Do what is right, not what is easy nor popular.”

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Dion Koerntjes

Dion has been working as a projectmanager at ScienceWorks since July. He is responsible for supporting and organising different conferences and courses, as the conference ‘Developing Information-driven Crime Control’ in September and the policy course in November. His background lies in Political Science and quantitative research methods. His motto ‘Nothing ventured, nothing gained’.

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Koray Tunc

Koray has been working as an Assistant Conference Manager at ScienceWorks since March. Here he offers support with the organization of various (inter-)national activities such as conferences, courses and other meetings. Koray has a background in International Bussiness & Management Studies. His motto: ‘It’s not about what you achieve, but about the choices you make’.

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