I am a Full Professor in Explainable AI at Maastricht University. I lead and contribute to several projects in the field of human-computer interaction in artificial advice-giving systems, such as recommender systems; specifically developing the state-of-the-art for automatically generated explanations (transparency) and explanation interfaces (recourse and control). These include projects a EU Marie-Curie ITN on Interactive Natural Language Technology for Explainable Artificial Intelligence. Currently, I am representing Maastricht university as a Co-Investigator in the ROBUST consortium to carry out long term (10-years) research into trustworthy artificial intelligence. I am also a co-lab director of the TAIM lab, working on trustworthy media, in collaboration with UvA and RTL. I regularly shape local and international scientific research programs (e.g., on steering committees of journals, or as program chair of conferences), and actively organize and contribute to high level strategic workshops relating to responsible data science, both in the Netherlands and internationally. I am a senior member of the ACM. I have published around 90 peer-reviewed papers in top human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence journals and conferences such as UMUAI, TiiS, ECAI, ECIR, IUI, Recsys, and UMAP. These include best paper awards at Hypertext, CHI, HCOMP, and CHIIR.