Jeroen wonders more often than is good for him, "How difficult can that be?!" An ever-present cocktail of excessive curiosity and threatening self-overestimation has brought him many unexpected but never unpleasant experiences. Jeroen is therefore a great supporter of the phenomenon "serendipity", which in normal Dutch means something like "Looking for a needle in a haystack and leaving with the farmer's daughter". When Jeroen is not busy removing the hay from his hair (or folding paper hats), he is mainly looking for chaos. Because creating structure in complexity by breaking it down and reducing it to small and manageable chunks is something that comes naturally to him. The futureproof combination of cutting edge technology and complex strategic issues has a magical appeal. Because if no one is seriously working on it yet, then it probably can't be difficult.