As an assistant professor, I am involved with the supervision of PhD, MSc, and Bsc students. Here is an overview of the students that I supervise.
Currently under my supervision
Students who have finished their MSc education at a university, can apply for a position as a PhD candidate. Over the course of four years, PhD candidates learn to conduct original research, independently. At the end of their four year program, each PhD candidate writes a thesis and defends their work in front of a committee. If their defense goes well, the candidate is awarded the highest academic degree: Doctor of Philosophy, i.e., PhD.
I am currently involved in the supervision of the following PhD students:
Here is a list of PhD students I was (partially) involved with in the past:
In order to graduate from university, students need to write a MSc thesis. The MSc thesis is the culmination of approximately 6-9 months of project work (depending on the university) in either an academic research group, or in collaboration with a company.
Here is a list of students that I supervised in the past:
- Marleen Roozen (TU Eindhoven, academic year 2020-2021) completed a company internship and MSc project on the topic of
Reconstruction of phylogenetic trees in cross-bred plants.
- Jori van Falier (TU Eindhoven, academic year 2020-2021) succesfully completed his internal MSc thesis titled
Towards proving a Marchenko–Pastur law for dependent random matrices with decaying covariances.
- Daan Rutten (TU Eindhoven, academic year 2019-2020), did a MSc research internship at Network Architectures and Services.
- Jinghui Jiang (TU Delft, academic year 2018-2019) did a company internship at the Koninklijke KPN N.V. She
Optimized KPN’s Customer Assurance Process.
- Pascal Lagerweij (TU Delft, academic year 2018-2019) successfully defended his MSc thesis Reinforcement Learning in Block Markov Chains on March 29th, 2019.
While not mandatory, Bachelor students sometimes have the ambition to undertake an internship with companies, or would like to do a small project in a research group.
In the past, I’ve helped the following students:
- Luuk Gubbels (TU Eindhoven, academic year 2019-2020) did a BSc project on
Regulating open and closed particle networks using Misanthrope processes.
- Willem van Wijk (TU Eindhoven, academic year 2019-2020) did a BSc project titled
A brief exploration into divergent series in probability theory.
- Jilles Noordhoek (TU Delft, academic year 2018-2019) finished an internship at Prodrive Technologies.