I am an innovation-driven, hardworking person, always looking to improve. It does not matter if it is a new technological framework or developing an improvement upon existing code, I am always up for the task if I can learn something. For a slightly more professional (and complete) explanation of who I am, visit my linkedin.
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- I am currently doing a PhD at Utrecht University on the interplay between processes and data. See my research page for more information about the topic, my publications, and my teaching tasks.
Masters: I have a Master of Science titled Data Science in Engineering. This is a specialised mastertrack within Computer Science offered by Eindhoven University of Technology. During my masters I focused on process mining and deep generative models, two topics I find highly interesting. I was a teaching assistant for various courses during my master.
Bachelors: I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, obtained from the same university. During my bachelors I did not focus on a particular topic; in stead I took a variety of different courses to broaden my horizon. I was a teaching assistant for various courses during my bachelor.
Extracurricular: Honors Programme: During my bachelor I was enrolled in the honors programme doing competitive programming and problem solving. My (rather old) cheatsheet is here. As part of the honors programme I gave a talk on subset dynamic proggramming. The slides are here, and the report is here.
I have done my graduation project at Vanderlande. At Vanderlande I worked on improving their STOREPICK evolution. The project was exploratory in nature: it was unclear if a data-driven approach to improvement was possible. The (public) thesis can be found here.
I have done my internship at the Process Analytics group in Eindhoven. During the internship I looked at how we could potentially combine the fields of process discovery and probabilistic models. The (public) report can be found here.
I have worked on an undisclosed company’s inventory management system using Kendo UI and PHP. During my time there, I was mostly bughunting the existing codebase and fixing errors.