Jojanneke van Vossen is a scientific researcher on the water infrastructure team. Jojanneke has a background in physics with a degree in geophysics and did her PhD on ice caps and the climate. After that, Jojanneke acquired extensive experience in the water circuit in the areas of both drinking water and sewage systems. She works in asset management and water quality. In asset management, examples of projects include the use of innovative methods to replace and repair pipelines (TKI project on sanitation methods), the use of technology to minimise nuisances to customers during system maintenance and structuring UKNOW, software architecture for information systems to determine pipeline conditions. In water quality, she recently worked on projects surrounding measurement and monitoring issues and modelling microbiology in the distribution network.