I am a postdoctoral researcher working with Andriy Haydys.
My research focuses on geometric analysis, but in my free time I like to play with computers.
I am a postdoctoral researcher working with Andriy Haydys. My research interest is in the intersection of geometry and functional analysis. Namely, geometric properties often are formulated in partial differential equations. At the same time the behaviour of these PDE's can only be understand by studing the geometry. I focus myself mostly on gauge theory and in the study of manifolds with special holonomy. For example, in my PhD I constructed families of examples 4 dimensional, non-complete, Hyperkähler manifolds with non-maximal volume growth.
In my free-time I like to tinker with computers and electronics. For example, I disassembled a computer screen and I added a one-way mirror in front of it. Using a Raspberry Py mini computer I displayed in this mirror a clock and news feed. I can manage my mirror with an app over the whole world and all the animations are hardware accelerated. For new and weird ideas I am always open for a chat.
The overall aim of my project is the development of constructions of complete non-compact manifolds with special holonomy and non-maximal volume growth and a thorough study of their geometry. My supervisor was Dr. Lorenzo Foscolo
Digitaal Kantoor is an online accounting program for medium and small businesses. As software engineer I applied my skills of problem solving and analytic thinking to create multiple API implementations in websites and apps.
Artists in Science was a start-up with its main product ’slimsporen’. It was based on a research project about car-navigation I did during high school. I developed an app that could calculate the most economical way to travel using public transport.