Relinde Jurrius
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About me
Currently I work as Assistant Professor of Mathematics & Operations Research at the Netherlands Defence Academy. Its Faculty of Military Sciences provides the scientific education for officerstobe and does research in corresponding relevant areas.
Before I was maîtreassistant at the University of Neuchâtel and postdoc at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. I did my PhD at the Eindhoven University of Technology.
My research interests are in combinatorics and discrete mathematics. Specifically, I study qanalogues and relations between various combinatorial objects such as matroids, graphs, (network) codes, and finite geometry. Furthermore, I study applications of operations research and machine learning to the military domain.


Visiting address
Kon. Instituut voor de Marine
Enys House, kamer E 2.061
Het Nieuwe Diep 8
1781 AC Den Helder
The Netherlands
Post address
It's complicated. Please send me an email.
Email
rpmj . jurrius @ mindef . nl

Publications
Journal papers

Ceria, M. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2024).
The direct sum of qmatroids. Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics, 59, 291330.
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Ceria, M. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2024).
Alternatives for the qmatroid axioms of independent spaces, bases, and spanning spaces. Advances in Applied Mathematics, 153, 102632.
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Byrne, E. & Ceria, M. & Ionica, S. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2024).
Weighted Subspace Designs from qpolymatroids. Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A, 201, 105799.
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FreijHollanti, R. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Kuznetsova, O. (2023).
Combinatorial Derived Matroids. Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 30(2), P2.8.
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Byrne, E. & Ceria, M. & Ionica, S. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Saçikara, E. (2023).
Constructions of new matroids and designs over GF(q). Designs, Codes and Cryptography, 91, 451473.
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Byrne, E. & Ceria, M. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2022).
Constructions of New qCryptomorphisms. Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series B, 153, 149194.
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Gorla, E. & López, H.H. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Ravagnani, A. (2019). RankMetric Codes and qPolymatroids. Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics, 52, 119.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2018). Defining the qanalogue of a matroid. Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 25(3), P3.2.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2017). On defining generalized rank weights. Advances in Mathematics of Communications, 11(1), 225235.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2015). The extended coset leader and list weight enumerator. Contemporary Mathematics, 632, 229251.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2012). Relations between Möbius and coboundary polynomials. Mathematics in Computer Science, 6(2), 109120.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2012). Truncation formulas for invariant polynomials of matroids and geometric lattices. Mathematics in Computer Science, 6(2), 121133.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2012). Weight enumeration of codes from finite spaces. Designs, Codes and Cryptography, 63(3), 321330.
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Books

Blom, A. & Verhoeff, I. & Van Alebeek, L. & Jurrius, R. (2020). Van hagelslag tot vlinderslag: toepassingen van de wiskunde. Vierkant voor Wiskunde.
website

Pellikaan, R. & Wu, X.W. & Bulygin, S. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2017). Codes, Cryptology and Curves with Computer Algebra. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
website
Book chapters

van Ee, M. & Janssen, R.H.P. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Melissen, J.B.M. & Monsuur, H. & van Oers, A.M. (2024).
Prevention and Detection of Adversarial Threats to Vital Infrastructure at Sea: An Operational Analysis Approach.
In: Frerks, G. & Geertsma, R. & Klomp, J. & Middendorp, T. (Eds.),
Climate Security and the Military, (pp. 253267).
Leiden: Leiden University Press.
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Vriend, A.C. & Tiddens, W.W. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2023).
Federated Learning for enabling cooperation between the Royal Netherlands Navy and external parties in developing predictive maintenance.
In: Pijpers, P.B.M.J. & Voskuijl, M. & Beeres, R.J.M. (Eds.),
Towards a datadriven military, (pp. 97120).
Leiden: Leiden University Press.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2013).
Codes, arrangements and matroids. In: MartínezMoro, E. (Ed.),
Algebraic geometry modeling in information theory, (pp. 219325).
London: World Scientific.
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Preprints (submitted for review)

Alfarano, G.N. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Neri, A. & Zullo, F. (2024).
Representability of the direct sum of uniform qmatroids. Submitted.
arXiv

Badenbroek, R. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Verlinde, L.K.M. (2024).
Optimal routing and communication strategies for autonomous reconnaissance missions. Submitted.
arXiv

Ceria, M. & Johnsen, T. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2024).
A qanalogue of Δmatroids and related concepts. Submitted.
arXiv
Conference proceedings

Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2015). On defining generalized rank weights. Proceedings 21th Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (Kalamata, Greece, July 2023, 2015), (pp. 297301).
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2015). The extended and generalized rank weight enumerator of a code. ACM Communications in Computer Algebra, 49(1), (pp. 2121)
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2009). The extended coset leader
weight enumerator. Proceedings 30th Symposium on Information Theory
in the Benelux (Eindhoven, The Netherlands, May 2829, 2009), (pp. 217224).
Eindhoven: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Pellikaan, R. (2009). Extended and generalized
weight enumerators. International Workshop on Coding and Cryptography
(WCC 2009, Ullensvang, Norway, May 1015, 2009. Proceedings), (pp. 7691).
Bergen: Selmer Center, University of Bergen.
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Other

FreijHollanti, R. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2024). The combinatorial derived matroid. Matroid Union.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2020). The qanalogue of a matroid. Matroid Union.
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Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Scherer, J.S. (2020). How HLF changed my life: Relinde Jurirus. Heidelberg Laureate Forum.
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Bollen, G. & Crapo, H. & Jurrius, R.P.M.J. The Tutte qpolynomial. Eternal preprint, due to the passing of Henry Crapo.
arXiv

Jurrius, R.P.M.J. & Lugger, B. (2014). 6 out of 200: Codewords for a better communication. Heidelberg Laureate Forum.
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Theses

Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2012). Codes, arrangements, matroids, and their polynomial links. PhD thesis. Eindhoven University of Technology.
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statements

Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2008). Classifying polynomials of linear codes. Master thesis. Leiden University. pdf

Jurrius, R.P.M.J. (2005). Algebraïsche topologie en de fixpuntstelling van Lefshetz. Bachelor thesis (in Dutch). Leiden University. pdf
Talks and presentations

June 5, 2024.  A qanalogue of Δmatroids.
Combinatorics 2024.
Carovigno, Italy.
slides
website

July 13, 2023.  Introduction to qmatroids and related structures.
SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
slides
website

May 12, 2023.  Combinatorial derived matroids.
Combinatorial Optimization Seminar, Eindhoven University of Technology.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
slides

April 14, 2023.  Verklaring van Onafhankelijkheid: de wiskunde van Fieldsmedaillewinnaar June Huh.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.
slides
website

February 16, 2023.  The combinatorial derived matroid.
Graphs & Matroids Seminar.
Online.
slides
video
website
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September 1, 2022.  The direct sum of qmatroids.
Finite geometries.
Irsee, Germany.
slides
website

August 17, 2022.  Constructions of new matroids and designs over GF(q).
Applications of Computer Algebra.
Istanbul, Turkey.
slides
website

August 16, 2022.  An alternatieve to the qmatroid axioms (I3) and (I4).
Applications of Computer Algebra.
Istanbul, Turkey.
slides
website

May 13, 2022.  qAnalogues in Combinatorics.
Axioma Student Symposium.
Groningen, The Netherlands.
Invited talk.
slides
website

April 8, 2022.  Coderingstheorie: meer nullen en enen voor een betere digitale communicatie.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.
slides
website

November 2, 2021.  The direct sum of qmatroids.
Graphs & Matroids Seminar.
Online.
slides
video
website

September 21, 2021.  qAnalogues in codes and related combinatorics.
Cryptography and Coding Theory: First Annual Conference.
Online. Invited speaker.
slides
website

July 15, 2021.  Constructions of new matroids and designs over GF(q).
Combinatorial Designs and Codes.
Online.
slides
website

December 14, 2020.  What is the qanalogue of a graph?
Matroid Union seminar, open problem session.
Online.

September 3, 2020.  Designs, matroids, and their qanalogues.
Women in Combinatorics Virtual Colloquium.
Online.

June 8, 2020.  qAnalogues in combinatorics.
Matroid Union seminar.
Online.

February 1, 2020.  Coderingstheorie: meer nullen en enen voor een betere digitale communicatie.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.

October 2, 2019.  Coderingstheorie: meer enen en nullen voor een betere digitale communicatie.
Fontys Wiskunde Event.
Tilburg, The Netherlands.
Invited talk.

May 7, 2019.  Symmetrieën (mee)tellen.
Lunchcolloquium, The Netherlands Defence Academy.
Den Helder, The Netherlands.

April 23, 2019.  Counting out symmetries.
National Mathematics Symposium.
Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Invited talk.

April 7, 2019.  Codes, matroids, and their qanalogues.
Codes, Cryptology and Curves: Celebrating the influence of R. Pellikaan.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

February 2, 2019.  Coderingstheorie: meer nullen en enen voor een betere digitale communicatie.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

July 9, 2018.  The qanalogue of a matroid.
Moutons Matheux.
La Vacquerie, France. Invited talk.

June 5, 2018.  Rankmetric codes and qpolymatroids.
Combinatorics 2018.
Arco, Trento, Italy.

February 22, 2018.  Coding theory and related combinatorics
PhD Seminar Mathematics.
Ghent, Belgium. Invited talk.

November 3, 2017.  The qanalogue of matroids and their Tutte polynomial.
InterCity seminar.
Bern, Switzerland.

September 19, 2017.  Foutverbeterende codes en hun hedendaagse toepassingen.
Lunchcolloquium, The Netherlands Defence Academy.
Den Helder, The Netherlands. Invited talk.

September 15, 2017.  A qanalogue of perfect matroid designs.
Finite geometries.
Irsee, Germany.

July 20, 2017.  The qanalogue of a matroid.
Workshop on Structure in Graphs and Matroids.
Waterloo, Canada.

June 8, 2017.  A qanalogue of perfect matroid designs.
13th International Conference on Finite Fields and their Applications.
Gaeta, Italy.

January 31 & February 7, 2017.  Codes, matroids, their links & qanalogues I & II.
Seminar in algebra and geometry.
Sapporo, Japan. Invited talks.

December 21, 2016.  Application of hyperplane arrangements to errorcorrecting codes.
Mathematical methods and practice in cryptography, security and big data.
Sapporo, Japan. Invited talk.

December 20, 2016.  An introduction to errorcorrecting codes and some currentday applications.
Mathematical methods and practice in cryptography, security and big data.
Sapporo, Japan. Invited talk.

November 23, 2016.  Application of hyperplane arrangements to errorcorrecting codes.
Seminar in coding theory and cryptography.
Neuchâtel and Zurich, Switzerland.

July 29, 2016.  Defining the qanalogue of a matroid.
International Workshop on Structure in Graphs and Matroids.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

May 30, 2016.  A combinatorial view on derived lattices.
Combinatorics 2016.
Maratea, Italy.

April 5, 2016.  Defining the qanalogue of a matroid.
Network Coding and Designs.
Dubrovnik, Croatia.

February 10, 2016.  Defining the qanalogue of a matroid.
ANTA seminar, Aalto University.
Helsinki, Finland. Invited talk.

November 28, 2015.  On defining generalized rank weights.
Seminar in coding theory and cryptography.
Neuchâtel and Zurich, Switzerland.

August 3, 2015.  The extended rank weight enumerator.
SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry.
Daejeon, SouthKorea.

May 26, 2015.  Application of hyperplane arrangements to weight enumeration.
Lonza seminar, University of Fribourg.
Fribourg, Switzerland.
Invited talk.

May 5, 2015.  Designs, codes, matroids, and their qanalogues.
Colloquium of the Institut des Mathématiques.
Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

March 25, 2015.  Introduction to matroid theory.
Let's Matroid! CUSO doctoral school.
Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

March 20, 2015.  The dual qmatroid and the qanalogue of a complement.
ALCOMA15.
Bad Staffelstein, Germany.

January 27, 2015.  The extended and generalized weight enumerator.
Mathematics of communications: sequences, codes and designs.
Banff, Canada.

September 22, 2014.  Errorcorrection in digital communication: coding theory and network coding.
2nd Heidelberg Laureate Forum.
Heidelberg, Germany.

September 16, 2014  A combinatorial view on derived codes.
Finite geometries.
Irsee, Germany.

June 17, 2014  Generalized rank weights.
Algebra, codes and networks.
Bordeaux, France.

June 2, 2014  Deletion and contraction in qmatroids.
Combinatorics 2014.
Gaeta, Italy.

January 15, 2014  Application of hyperplane arrangements to weight enumeration.
Joint Mathematics Meetings, Special session on Hyperplane arrangements and applications.
Baltimore, USA.

October 4, 2013  The (extended) rank weight enumerator and qmatroids.
Academy Contact Forum "Coding Theory and Cryptography V".
Brussels, Belgium. Invited talk.

September 20, 2013  The (extended) rank weight enumerator and qmatroids.
Conference on Random network codes and Designs over GF(q).
Ghent, Belgium.

July 24, 2013  The coset leader and list weight enumerator.
11th International Conference on Finite Fields and their Applications.
Magdeburg, Germany.

May 14, 2013  Determining polynomial invariants of codes from a finite geometry point of view.
Algebra and Combinatorics seminar.
Brussels, Belgium.

May 4, 2012  Relations between invariant polynomials.
3rd Colloquium on Galois Geometry.
Ghent, Belgium. Invited talk.

December 21, 2011  Weight enumeration of codes from finite spaces.
Eindhoven seminar combinatorial theory.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

July 15, 2011  Weight enumeration of codes from finite spaces.
10th International Conference on Finite Fields and their Applications.
Ghent, Belgium.

June 24, 2011  Weight enumeration of codes from finite spaces.
Finite Geometries, Third Irsee Conference.
Irsee, Germany.

June 3, 2011  Truncation formulas for invariant polynomials of matroids and geometric lattices.
Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference.
Victoria, Canada.

December 17, 2010  Geometric structure of the simplex code.
Seminar of the Incidence Geometry group.
Ghent, Belgium. Invited talk.

July 12, 2010  The extended coset leader weight enumerator.
Soria Summer School on Computational Mathematics.
Soria, Spain.

June 2, 2010  Classifying polynomials of linear codes and hyperplane arrangements.
NATO Advanced Study Institute on Information Security and Related Combinatorics.
Opatija, Croatia.

March 26, 2010  Subcode supports in matroid theory.
RISC seminar.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Invited talk.

December 9, 2009  The Tutte polynomial and the extended weight enumerator.
EIDMA seminar.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

July 15, 2009  Generalized weight enumerators.
Soria Summer School on Computational Mathematics.
Soria, Spain.

May 29, 2009  The extended coset leader weight enumerator.
30th Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

May 27, 2009  Classifying polynomials of linear codes.
EIDMA/Diamant symposium in honor of Arjeh Cohen.
Heeze, The Netherlands.

May 11, 2009  Extended and generalized weight enumerators.
International Workshop on Coding and Cryptography.
Ullensvang, Norway.

December 4, 2008  The Tutte polynomial and the extended weight enumerator.
Seminar on Graphs and Matroids.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

November 26, 2008  Generalized weight enumerators.
EiPSI seminar.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
International conferences and workshops

September 2227, 2024.
Heidelberg Laureate Forum.
Heidelberg, Germany.
Selected attending alumnus.
website

July 1516, 2024.
Women in Combinatorics Virtual Conference.
website

June 37, 2024.
Combinatorics 2024.
Carovigno, Italy.
website

April 56, 2024.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
Member of program committee.
website

April 23, 2024.
Nederlands Mathematisch Congres.
Lunteren, The Netherlands.
website

March 2728, 2024.
Dutch Days of Combinatorics.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Organiser.
website

November 9, 2023.
Dutch Day on Optimization.
Maastricht, The Netherlands.
website

November 8, 2023.
Coding Theory Colloquium.
Ghent, Belgium.
website

July 1014, 2023.
SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
website

April 1921, 2023.
Workshop Combinatorics in Digital Communication.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Organiser.
website

April 1415, 2023.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
Member of program committee.
website

March 67, 2023.
Dutch Days of Combinatorics.
Utrecht, The Netherlands.
website

February 1516, 2023.
Responsible AI in the Military Domain (REAIM).
The Hague, The Netherlands.
website

January 18, 2023.
LNMB/NGB seminar: Fairness in Machine Learning and Operations Research.
Soesterberg, The Netherlands.
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August 28  September 3, 2022.
Finite geometries.
Irsee, Germany.
Workshop on invitation.
website

August 1519, 2022.
Applications of Computer Algebra.
Istanbul, Turkey.
website

June 910, 2022.
Workshop on AI and Mathematics  Connecting the mathematics clusters.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
website

April 2529, 2022.
Algebraic Methods in Coding Theory and Communication.
Online (BIRS).
Workshop on invitation.
website

April 1922, 2022.
Nederlands Mathematisch Congres.
Utrecht, The Netherlands.
website

April 89, 2022.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
Member of program committee.
website

September 2122, 2021.
Cryptography and Coding Theory: First Annual Conference.
Online.
website

July 1116, 2021.
Combinatorial Designs and Codes.
Online.
website

May 31  June 4, 2021.
Arithmetic, Geometry, Cryptography and Coding Theory.
Online (CIRM).
Workshop on invitation.
website

January 29, 2021.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Online.
Member of program committee.
website

January 15, 2020.
LNMB/NGB seminar: Optimization for and with Machine Learning
Lunteren, The Netherlands.

January 31  February 1, 2020.
Nationale Wiskunde Dagen.
Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
Member of program committee.

October 2, 2019.
Fontys Wiskunde Event.
Tilburg, The Netherlands.

August 2630, 2019.
Women in Numbers Europe 3.
Rennes, France.
Workshop on invitation.

March 1723, 2019.
Contemporary Coding Theory.
Oberwolfach, Germany.
Workshop on invitation.

March 78, 2019.
Codes, Cryptology and Curves: Celebrating the influence of R. Pellikaan.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

February 12, 2019.
Nationale Wiskunde dagen.
Veldhoven, The Netherlands.
Member of program committee.

July 814, 2018.
Moutons Matheux.
La Vacquerie, France.
Workshop on invitation.

June 48, 2018.
Combinatorics 2018.
Arco, Trento, Italy.

February 22, 2018.
PhD Seminar Mathematics.
Ghent, Belgium.

September 1016, 2017.
Finite geometries.
Irsee, Germany.
Workshop on invitation.

July 1721, 2017.
Workshop on Structure in Graphs and Matroids.
Waterloo, Canada.
Workshop on invitation.

June 47, 2017.
13th International Conference on Finite Fields and their Applications.
Gaeta, Italy.

May 1519, 2017.
Information theory and coding theory with applications to data securicy and privacy.
Institut MittagLeffler, Sweden.
Workshop on invitation.

February 1314, 2017.
Hyperplane arrangements and related topics.
Sapporo, Japan.

December 1921, 2016.
Mathematical methods and practice in cryptography, security and big data.
Sapporo, Japan.

July 2529, 2016.
Workshop on Structure in Graphs and Matroids.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Workshop on invitation.

May 30  June 3, 2016.
Combinatorics 2016.
Maratea, Italy.

April 48, 2016.
Network Coding and Designs.
Dubrovnik, Croatia.

January 2429, 2016.
Seminar on Matroids in Algebra, Representation theory and Topology.
Les Diablerets, Switzerland.

November 46, 2015.
Design and Application of Random Network Codes.
Istanbul, Turkey.

August 37, 2015.
SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry.
Daejeon, SouthKorea.

March 2527, 2015.
Let's Matroid! CUSO doctoral school.
Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
Coorganisor.

March 1520, 2015.
ALCOMA15.
Bad Staffelstein, Germany.

January 2530, 2015.
Mathematics of communications: sequences, codes and designs.
Banff, Canada.
Workshop on invitation.

December 15, 2014.
Expanders everywhere! CUSO doctoral school.
Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

September 2126, 2014.
Heidelberg Laureate Forum.
Heidelberg, Germany.
Selected attendent.

September 1420, 2014.
Finite geometries.
Irsee, Germany.
Workshop on invitation.

June 1620, 2014.
Algebra, codes and networks.
Bordeaux, France.

June 26, 2014.
Combinatorics 2014.
Gaeta, Italy.

January 1518, 2014.
Joint Mathematics Meetings.
Baltimore, USA.

October 4, 2013.
Academy Contact Forum "Coding Theory and Cryptography V".
Brussels, Belgium.

September 1820, 2013.
Conference on Random network codes and Designs over GF(q).
Ghent, Belgium.

July 2226, 2013.
11th International Conference on Finite Fields and their Applications.
Magdeburg, Germany.

June 79, 2013.
Young Women in Discrete Mathematics.
Bonn, Germany.

March 29, 2013.
5th Colloquium on Galois Geometry.
Ghent, Belgium.

October 5, 2012.
Academy Contact Forum on Galois Geometry and Applications.
Brussels, Belgium.

June 1821, 2012.
5th Croatian Mathematical Congress.
Rijeka, Croatia.

May 4, 2012.
3rd Colloquium on Galois Geometry.
Ghent, Belgium.

March 2324, 2012.
Conference in honour of Dieter Jungnickel's 60th birthday.
Magdeburg, Germany.

December 2, 2011.
2nd Colloquium on Galois Geometry.
Ghent, Belgium.

July 1023, 2011.
ACAGM Summer School.
Leuven, Belgium.

July 1115, 2011.
10th International Conference on Finite Fields and their Applications.
Ghent, Belgium.

June 1925, 2011.
Finite Geometries, Third Irsee Conference.
Irsee, Germany.
Workshop on invitation.

May 31  June 3, 2011.
Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference.
Victoria, Canada.

November 2526, 2010.
EIDMA/Diamant symposium.
Lunteren, The Netherlands.

November 1819, 2010.
RISC/Intercity number theory seminar on Crypto, Coding and Geometry.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

July 1216, 2010.
Soria Summer School on Computational Mathematics.
Soria, Spain.

May 31  June 11, 2010.
NATO Advanced Study Institute on Information Security and Related Combinatorics.
Opatija, Croatia.

July 1324, 2009.
Soria Summer School on Computational Mathematics.
Soria, Spain.

May 2829, 2009.
30th Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

May 2729, 2009.
EIDMA/Diamant symposium in honor of Arjeh Cohen.
Heeze, The Netherlands.

May 1115, 2009.
International Workshop on Coding and Cryptography.
Ullensvang, Norway.

September 1519, 2008.
Summer School on Elliptic and Hyperelliptic Curve Cryptography.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Teaching
At the Netherlands Defence Academy there are no teaching assistants, although the workload for a course is sometimes divided over multiple faculty. So, teaching a course means preparing and giving lectures, problem sessions, exams, etcetera. I currently teach the following courses for bachelor students in engineering:

Linear algebra

Logic

Analysis 3

Optimization and machine learning
In the past I was also teaching

Statistics (for nonengineers)

Analysis 2

Optimization and network analysis
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At the University of Neuchâtel, I was the main lecturer of several courses:

Affine and projective geometry (master Mathematics)

Matroid theory (master Mathematics)

Vector analysis (second year Mathematics)

Computer algebra (master Mathematics)
At the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, I taught three problem sessions:

Mathematics: algebra, analysis and geometry (first year Bioengineering)

Mathematics: advanced algebra and geometry (first year Bioengineering)

Coding theory (second year Mathematics)
As a teacher in Eindhoven, I was involved in the following courses:

Calculus (first year Architecture, Building and Planning): tutor groups

Calculus (first year Industrial Design): part of the lectures

Calculus (premaster): problem session

Modelling (second year Mathematics): supervisor

Advanced Calculus (first year Chemical Engineering): problem session

Advanced Mathematics (first year Industrial Engineering): problem session

Linear Algebra (premaster): problem session
While being a PhD student in Eindhoven, I taught two problem sessions:

Geometry (second year Architecture, Building and Planning)

Linear Algebra (first year Computer Science and Innovation Sciences)
(While all names are in English here, classes were in Dutch/English/French.)
More about me
I like sharing my enthusiasm for mathematics with others. Every summer I spend a week at math camp with Vierkant voor Wiskunde. I help organising the camp and writing the material. Recently our camp was featured in the national Dutch newspaper NRC. In 2018 we were on the Dutch Radio 1 and you can hear me and others talk about why we keep coming back every year.
Furthermore I am cochair of the Problem Selection Committee of the Dutch Mathematical Olympiad.
When I was a little girl, I started playing the violin ‒ and never stopped. I try to play every day (but do not always succeed). I take lessons and I play in various ensembles and orchestras, such as De Philharmonie.
In the spare time left I try to run, in contrast to sitting behind my desk all day.