Jan-Jaap Oosterwijk

I am a (PhD) doctoral candidate working at

University: Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
Department: Mathematics and Computer Science (WIN)
Subdepartment: Mathematics
Section: Discrete Mathematics (DM)
Group: Coding Theory and Cryptology (CC)
as part of the Eindhoven Institute for the Protection of Systems and Information (EIPSI)

on the CREST project (Collusion RESistant Tracing) since 2010.

Contact

Contact me at

Office: 6.146
Building: MetaForum (MF)
Street: Den Dolech 2
City: Eindhoven
Country: The Netherlands
Phone: +31-40-2478317 / 5141

Teaching

During my PhD, I've been a teaching assistant (TA) for the following courses in Eindhoven:

Calculus for Applied Physics from September 2011 to February 2012
Calculus 2 for the Built Environment from February to June 2010
Calculus 1 for the Built Environment from September 2010 to February 2011
Calculus 2 for the Built Environment from February to June 2010

As a lecturer, I've also taught courses at the James Boswell Institute (JBI) of Utrecht University (UU):

Mathematics for Economists (tailor-made course for 2) for the Utrecht University School of Economics (USE) from October to November 2011
Mathematics A (tailor-made course for 1) for pre-university secondary schools from June to July 2011
Mathematics for Economists (regular group course) for the Utrecht University School of Economics (USE) from September to November 2010
Mathematics for Economists (regular group course) for the Utrecht University School of Economics (USE) from September to November 2009
Mathematics A (intensive summer course) for pre-university secondary schools from July to August 2009

and from 2009 to 2012 composed (in Dutch), corrected, and graded final exams for Mathematics A and B and provided English translations as well.

As a junior lecturer at the Mathematical Institute (MI) of Utrecht University, I was a TA for the courses:

Introduction to Analysis (first and second half)
Differential Equations (first and second half)
Probability
Models and Simulations
Discrete Models in Applied Mathematics
Advanced Mathematics for University College Utrecht (UCU)

each from February to June 2009. As a master (MSc) student, I was a student assistant for the courses:

Molecular Modelling & Mathematics (the mathematical, not the chemical part) from November 2007 to January 2008
Game Theory from September 2007 to January 2008
Probability from April to July 2007
Game Theory from September 2006 to January 2007
Mathematics for Biologists in 2003