Marc Klein Wolt is the managing director and co-founder of the Radboud Radio Lab (RRL) of the Radboud University Nijmegen and an assistant professor at the department of astrophysics. The RRL, which now consists of about 15 staff members, aims at developing instrumentation for space and ground-based astronomy, and projects are started in close collaboration with research institutions and industry partners with a strong focus on technological innovation. Klein Wolt is the project director of the Africa Millimetre Telescope (AMT) in Namibia, which will be realized to become part of the global Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) network and the team of the RRL is leading the efforts for the upgrade and installation of the VLBI equipment and the VLBI Monitor for the EHT. In addition, Klein Wolt is the dept. PI of the radio astronomy payload (NCLE) for the Chinese lunar Chang’e 4 mission, which is the Dutch contribution to the first-ever landing on the lunar farside.