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
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.
- My TUeVIFF-local branch of TUeVIFF includes the ability to debug multiparty applications by running them locally
- Here, you can find the implementation and test cases we used to achieve universally verifiable linear programming
- Implementation of Trinocchio
- I have a branch of SCAPI that contains support for additional Sigma-protocols useful for actively secure multiparty computation
- 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