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 9 months of project work in either an academic research group, or in collaboration with a company.
Here is a list of students that I supervised in the past:
- Pascal Lagerweij successfully defended his MSc thesis Reinforcement Learning in Block Markov Chains on March 29th, 2019.
- Jinghui Jiang did a company internship at the Koninklijke KPN N.V. She Optimized KPN’s Customer Assurance Process.
- Daan Rutten, from TU Eindhoven, did a MSc research internship at Network Architectures and Services.
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.
I’m currently helping the following students:
- Willem van Wijk (TU Eindhoven, academic year 2019 – 2020) is doing a BSc project on
Divergent series in applied probability theory.
In the past, I’ve helped the following students:
- Jilles Noordhoek (TU Delft, academic year 2018 – 2019) finished an internship at Prodrive Technologies.