CEES may refer to:
Cees Stam (born 2 November 1945 in Koog aan de Zaan) is a former Dutch track cyclist and four-time world champion stayer.
Cees Schapendonk (born 24 December 1955 in Den Bosch, Noord-Brabant ) is a former football striker from the Netherlands. In his sole appearance for the Netherlands national football team on 22 February 1981, he scored in a three-nil victory over Cyprus.
Cees Jan Winkel
Cees Jan Winkel (born 10 June 1962) is a retired freestyle swimmer from the Netherlands. He competed at the 1980 Summer Olympics in three events and finished seventh in the 4 × 100 m medley relay.
Assoc. Professor Dr. Cees Vermeer (born December 14, 1946), studied biochemistry at the University of Leiden, where he defended in 1973 his thesis entitled "The role of the initiation factor IF3 in the initiation of protein synthesis in Escherichia coli". After a two-year post-doctoral position at the Central Lab of the Dutch Red Cross Blood transfusion Center in Amsterdam, Vermeer was appointed in 1975 as Associate Professor of Biochemistry at the newly formed Maastricht University, where he founded his renowned Division on Vitamin K Research. Vermeer discovered the pivotal importance of vitamin K2 for bone and cardiovascular health and the major diagnostic importance of Matrix Gla-Protein (MGP) as a biomarker for cardiovascular disease and mortality. He invented the MGP technology by which circulating MGP can be quantified and used to estimate cardiovascular disease risk and arterial calcification.
Cornelis "Cees" Dekker (born April 7, 1959 in Haren, Groningen) is a Dutch physicist, and Distinguished University Professor at the Technical University of Delft. He is known for his research on carbon nanotubes, single-molecule biophysics, and nanobiology.
Cees Keizer (born 8 January 1986) is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for FC Oss.
Cees Jan Diepeveen
Cees Jan Diepeveen (born July 24, 1956 in Amsterdam, North Holland ) is a former field hockey player from the Netherlands, who participated in three Summer Olympics: in Los Angeles (1984), in Seoul (1988) and finally in Barcelona (1992). In 1988 he was a member of the team that won the bronze medal in South Korea, after defeating Australia (2-1) in the Bronze Medal Game.
Cees Paauwe (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈkeːs ˈpaːʋə]; born 3 November 1977) is a Dutch former football goalkeeper.
Cees van Dongen
Cees van Dongen (1932 – 23 December 2011) was a Grand Prix motorcycle road racer from the Netherlands.