Jeroen received an MSc degree in biomedical engineering from the Eindhoven University of Technology in 1997, and a PhD degree in psychophysics from the same university in 2001.
From 2001 to 2007, Jeroen was with the Digital Signal Processing group at Philips Research, conducting research in the areas of spatial perception, stereo and multi-channel parametric audio coding, automatic audio content analysis and binaural rendering. His work on spatial audio coding has been incorporated in several international (broadcast) standards, such as MPEG-4, MPEG Surround, 3GPP, DVB and the MPEG standard for spatial audio object coding (SAOC).
From 2007 to 2010 Jeroen was with the Information and System security group at Philips Research, and worked in the areas of biometric information protection and automated human behavior analysis. He actively participated in the ISO/IEC IT security techniques standardization committee (JTC1 SC27) as co-editor of project 24745 (Biometric information protection). He also participated in the ISO/IEC Biometrics standardization committee (JTC1 SC37), and was involved in several EU-funded projects (3D FACE and TURBINE).
In 2011 and 2012 Jeroen was with Civolution, developing watermarking algorithms for broadcast monitoring, second screen applications and forensic tracking of media content.
In 2012, Jeroen moved to Sydney, Australia to join Dolby Laboratories.
Jeroen is a member of the IEEE and the Audio Engineering Society. He regularly acts as peer reviewer, published about 70 papers for conferences and journals, co-authored and co-edited two books and was granted several patents.