Until the end of the spring semester of 2014, I'll work as a teacher at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). During this period, I'll be at the university on Mondays and Wednesdays.

After the spring semester of 2014, I'll leave academia behind. I don't know for how long this personal website will be around after I leave the university, so don't forget to download everything that could be of any use to you while you still can.

Previously, I was a postdoc at the Laboratory for Quality Software (LaQuSo) at the TU/e. LaQuSo is aimed at applying research results to problems encountered by industrial partners. I was involved in the OPENCOSS project, which is dedicated to producing the first European-wide open safety-certification platform.

Before that, I was a PhD candidate at the Software Engineering and Technology (SET) group, which is part of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the TU/e. The main topics of my PhD research were model-driven software engineering and domain-specific modeling languages.

This website offers contact information and some personal details, as well as the publications that resulted from the research performed as a postdoc and PhD candidate, and some of the results of my teaching activities. Additionally, it provides more information about the Simple Language of Communicating Objects (SLCO), one of the more tangible results of my work as a PhD candidate.