Dimitri Mortelmans (°1972) is Senior Full Professor in Sociology at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Antwerp (Belgium).
He teaches Introduction to Scientific Work, Quantitative Research methods, Qualitative Research Methods, Applied Multivariate Statistics and Advanced topics in family sociology, life course sociology and demography.
He is head of the Centre for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (CELLO). His research concentrates on family sociology and sociology of labour. He has published on divorce, new constituted families, gendered labour careers and work-life balance. He is also the main author of the Step in Statistics book series of which six volumes have been published (in Dutch). On qualitative methodology, he published the Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods and Qualitative Analysis with Nvivo.