Research supervisors

Supervisors from the University of Twente will help is maintain and deliver high quality research products. The following supervisors are participating in Study tour Pixel.

 
 
 

Supervisors during Study tour Pixel

Dr. ir. R. (Rom) Langerak

Dr. ir. R. (Rom) Langerak

Attending from September 26th till October 2nd.

Since April 1992, I am an assistant professor (universitair docent) in the Formal Methods and Tools group of the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Twente. Since September 2009 I am Director of Education (Opleidingsdirecteur) of Technische Informatica, Computer Science and Telematics. - Learn more...

Dr. M. (Michael) Weber

Dr. M. (Michael) Weber

Attending from October 3rd till October 19th.

Dr. M. Weber, department Formal Methods and Tools department, works on NIPS, DivSPIN and more. - Learn more...

Prof. dr. W. L. C. (Wim) Rutten

Prof. dr. W. L. C. (Wim) Rutten

Attending from October 6th till October 19th.

Prof. dr. Wim L.C. Rutten (1950), professor of Neurotechnology at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering/Mathematics/Computer Science and the Institute for BioMedical Technology and Technical Medicine(MIRA) of the University of Twente (Netherlands). - Learn more...

 
 
 

MACRO, MESO and MICRO research

M.R. Stienstra MSc  

M.R. Stienstra MSc.


Coordinator minors International Management & International Exploration. Lecturer, amongst others in the courses International Business and Cultural Enquiry. Supervisor of minor-internships (all faculties), Bachelor & Master Assignments in the field of (and related to) Business Administration. Supervisor study-tours. Next to that involved in the Socrates exchange program for European students. Background in Business Administration (MSc) & Public Policy, Public Administration and Governmental Management (BSc). Experience in research projects, e.g. for the European Commission and the ITC. Field experience in Europe, Asia (China, Malaysia, Singapore, Pakistan), the Caribbean & the Middle-East (Westbank & Israel).
 
 
 

In-depth research

 
 

Artificial Intelligence

M. Poel  

M. Poel


I am a senior reseacher at the Human Media Interaction group of the department of Computer Science of the University of Twente. I have a background in pure mathematics and theoretical computer science. After working several years on verification of concurrent processes my interest shifted towards Neural Networks, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. At the moment my research focuses on Machine Learning in the context of Human Behavior Computing, including Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI). Currently I supervise several PhD students in these area's. I have co-authored several papers on Machine Learning in Human Media Interaction and Brain Computer Interaction, some of them also focusing on affective dialogue management. - Learn more

Augmented Reality IT

F.W. Fikkert MSc  

F.W. Fikkert MSc


PhD student at the Human Media Interaction chair. - Learn more

Augmented Reality Business

Dr. M.E. Iacob  

Dr. M.E. Iacob


Maria-Eugenia Iacob is currently assistant professor at the department of Information Systems and Change Management, at the University of Twente. Previously she worked as scientific researcher at Telematica Instituut (2000-2006). She holds a Ph.D. degree in Mathematical Analysis from the University Babes-Bolyai of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. She has done research in several projects in the areas of service-oriented architectures, model driven development, model transformations, e-services architectures, design methods, business and e-business process (re)engineering, (enterprise) information systems architectures and e-government. - Learn more

Engines and Hardware

J. Zwiers  

J. Zwiers


Associate Professor at the Human Media Interaction chair. - Learn more

Serious Games

Dr. C. Amrit  

Dr. C. Amrit


Currently, I am researching the following:

1) Managing Software Development through the monitoring of the Software Development Process. My research specifically focuses on formalizing problem network structures related to coordination in large software projects. I have developed a tool called TESNA(TEchnical Social Network Analysis) which can monitor the progress of software development and identify problems related to coordination at any given point of time.

2) Developing a Management Simulation Game to enable manager familiarity with Socio-Technical Structure Clashes. In particular, the simulation game environment displays various snapshots of the software project’s Socio-Technical Networks. Then depending on user input shows the health of the project increasing or decreasing as the case maybe.

Previously, I have worked as a software engineer for a German based company for three years. I have a PhD from University of Twente, The Netherlands and a Masters of Engineering degree in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. - Learn more

New Media Input Devices

B.L.A. van de Laar MSc  

B.L.A. van de Laar MSc


PhD student with a broad interest in technology, currently focusing on using the human brain waves as an input modality for interaction with computers. - Learn more

 

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