About Me

As of May 2015, I started work at Philips Research. I can be contacted there at firstname dot lastname at philips dot com. This website will be updated in due time.

Meilof VeeningenMeilof Veeningen
Eindhoven University of Technology
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Coding Theory and Cryptology Group
MetaForum MF 6.104A
Den Dolech 2
5612 AZ Eindhoven
The Netherlands

I am a researcher in the Coding Theory and Cryptology Group at Eindhoven University of Technology.

As of January 2014, I am working on secure multi-party computation. My research is part of the European PRACTICE project on privacy-preserving cloud computing.

Previously, I was a PhD student in the Security group at Eindhoven University of Technology. Here, I worked on formal verification of privacy properties of cryptographic protocols as part of the Mobiman project. I wrote a thesis and developed privacy analysis tools; I defended my PhD thesis in June 2014.


See here for an overview of my scientific publications. My theses can be found online: bachelor, master, PhD.


As part of my work on verifiable multiparty computation, I have implemented several cryptographic protocols.


  • I organise the yearly EiPSI Open tennis tournament together with Dion Boesten
  • I authored an opinion article in the Eindhovens Dagblad on the importance of night trains to Eindhoven
  • I authored a piece of sofware to play the Who Is The Mole? (Wie Is De Mol?) game from the television series with your friends
  • I have performed game-theoretic analysis of two dice games: Dertigen (a drinking game), and Heckmeck (aka Regenwormen).
  • Together with Thijs Laarhoven, I performed an analysis of the odds of PSV making the Champions League at the end of the 2011-2012 season (in the end, they didn't...)
  • Other previous hobby projects included a Kakuro solver and a Java Mobile Klaverjassen game