My academic background

Currently, I am a PhD student s at the Eindhoven Univeristy of Technology under supervision of prof. dr. Mark van den Brand, dr. Alexander Serebrenik and dr. ir. Ramon Schiffeler. I perform my research in the Model Driven Engineering Group (subgroup Software Engineering Technology) in cooperation with ASML.

I achieved both my bachelors and masters degrees at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Where I specialized in Logistics, Formal Methods, and Language Technology. My thesis was on disambiguation in the Generalized LL Parsing algorithm, using attributes. If you are interested, a link to my thesis can be found in the list of my publications below.

Where to find me

My office is located on the 6th floor of the MetaForum building (MF6.086b). My office hours (under normal circumstances) are:
Monday 13:00-17:00
Tuesday - Thursday At ASML
Friday 9:00 - 17:00


I have several publications, mainly in the field of Model Driven Software Engineering (MDSE), with an incidental side-step to chemistry (in collaboration with my father).

MSc Supervision

Over the course of my PhD I have supervised several MSc students:
Student Thesis
Yorrick Vissers "Using Edapt for Coupled Evolution of Metamodels and Models"
Robbert Jongeling "Change Impact Analysis in Model Driven Software Engineering Ecosystems"
Jeroen Noten "Usage of the Object Constraint Language in Model Driven Engineering"

BSc Supervision

Additionally, I was involved with several bachelors final projects in various roles:
  • Udapt: Edapt for Usability (Customer)
  • GERDA (Supervisor)

About Me

As you may have ascertained from the background video, I enjoy a variety of sports. Among others I enjoy Bouldering (rock climb)ing, diving, golfing, and playing basketball.