I'm a computer science student with an interest in probabilistic systems, like Markov decision processes, and optimization problems. My bachelor thesis is about finding a scheduler for an uncertain Markov decision process that satisfies both a reachability property and an expected cost property.
I also have a keen interest in video games. I've been writing reviews and criticism (in Dutch) since 2011, and am a co-host of the weekly Gamecowboys podcast (also in Dutch). I also occasionally develop a small (prototype) game myself, some of which can be found on my Itch.io page.
For my bachelor thesis I studied uncertain Markov decision processes and how to verify reachability and expected cost properties. In my thesis I propose the use of robust geometric programming to find a scheduler that satisfies these properties.
For the weekly podcast I'm part of, I developed a small recording application that records the audio coming from both a microphone and the speakers. This was mostly the result of a lot of frustration with other recording applications that either crashed or were disappointing in their audio quality. This application records independent of the chat application used, and works on Windows 8 or higher.
I've been writing game reviews and criticism since 2011 for Dutchcowboys, and take part in the weekly Gamecowboys podcast since 2013. Both are in Dutch. For a small sample of my writing, head over to this dedicated page, or check out my profile on the Dutchcowboys website. The Gamecowboys podcast is a weekly podcast that can be found on iTunes or in your favorite podcast app.