Management Team

Barry Peet – General Manager

Management Team member Barry Peet

Barry Peet holds a MSc in Electronic Engineering from the University of Twente. He started his first company in mobile solutions in 1999 during his study and has a background in both ICT and Semiconductors. After running this company for 13 years, Barry became managing director of BCSEMI (currently Holland Semiconductors) where he helped to strengthen and extend the Dutch semiconductor ecosystem. From 2017, Barry initiated and setup CITC and switched to the position of General Manager at CITC in 2019. As General Manager, Barry is responsible for the overall management of CITC.

Marco Koelink – Business Development Manager

Management Team member Marco Koelink

Marco Koelink holds a PhD/MSc in Applied Physics from the University of Twente and an MBA from Tilburg University. He has a diverse background within amongst others Philips and NXP in the semiconductor industry (front end and back end), display technology, solid state lighting, medical and industrial equipment. His previous roles include Business Development Manager for Boschman Advanced Packaging Technology, Development Manager for NXP RF Power, Director Materials Analysis for Philips Research and Market Intelligence manager for Philips Lighting. As a Business Development Manager within CITC he is currently responsible for the sales activities.

Henk van Zeijl – Scientific Director

Management Team member Henk van Zeijl

Henk van Zeijl studied technical physics at the Technical College in Rijswijk. In 1981 he joined the Interuniversity reactor institute in Delft. In 1986 he joined DIMES. Besides educational activities he cooperated in research projects related to Lithography, MEMs, 3D integration, Packaging and Solid State Lighting integration. In 2005 he received a PhD degree from Delft University of Technology. Since august 2017 Henk is staff member at the laboratory of electronic components materials and technology (ECTM). As CITC’s Scientific Director Henk is, among others, responsible for scientific content of the program lines and academic contacts.