Innovation, ideas and visions for e-learning at the University of Amsterdam is at the core of Frank's work. His of field expertise is the introduction and implementation of e-learning solutions, trend analysis & spotting innovative and practical ICT solutions for education and research.
For the University of Amsterdam he is one of the architects of the e-learning infrastructure. He is the Apereo (Sakai) representative of the University of Amsterdam. In 2007 & 2011 he was the local host of the 7th Sakai conference & 4th European Sakai conference in Amsterdam.
He is a member (NEN) the Dutch standards organization on e-learning standards and involved in several projects in the Netherlands in which e-learning specifications are being developed and implemented
His of field expertise is the introduction and use of open source e-learning solutions. Trend analysis and spotting innovative and practical ICT solutions for education and research.
Frank studied Philosophy at Utrecht University (the Netherlands) and Industrial Robotics at the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences.