Dr Wouter Huberts graduated with a specialisation in medical engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Thereafter, he received his PhD degree at Maastricht University based on his thesis entitled 'Personalized modelling of vascular access creation'. Simultaneously, he successfully completed a two-year postdoctoral program (Qualified Medical Engineer at the School of Medical Physics and Engineering, TU/e).
Before that, Dr Wouter Huberts was appointed at the Department of Biomedical Engineering that is chaired by Prof. Tammo Delhaas and is embedded within CARIM, he served two years as a post-doc within the cardiovascular biomechanics group of the TU/e (CVBM chaired by Prof. van de Vosse). Currently, he is still appointed as (visiting) staff member in the CVBM group and he serves as coordinator of the TU/e master medical engineering at the Maastricht University.
Dr Wouter Huberts is amedical engineer who has a large affinity for teaching and has a major interest in the development of personalized physics-based modelling tools to support decision-making in clinics. His interests and expertise are in (computational) fluid mechanics, sensitivity analysis and uncertainty quantification. His current research line ‘Personalized cardiovascular modelling’ is focussed on the development of personalised physics- and physiology-based mathematical models of the cardiovascular system aiming for clinical decision-support.
The development and subsequent application of uncertainty quantification and sensitivity analysis tools are prerequisites when one aims to apply mathematical models for decision support.