I am a PhD student at the department of software science at Radboud University, working on the project Provably Correct Policies for Uncertain Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes under supervision of dr. Nils Jansen.

My research interests are formal verification and learning in probabilistic systems such as (partially observable) Markov decision processes and variations that extend these models with uncertainty. Other interests include coalgebra (especially for probabilistic systems), (robust) convex optimization, and algorithms in general.

In my spare time I enjoy playing and talking about video games, reading, and watching movies.

You can reach me at m.suilen {AT} science.ru.nl

Publications

See also my DBLP or Google scholar profiles.

Currently under submission:
Accepted publications:
PDF Thom S. Badings, Arnd Hartmanns, Nils Jansen, Marnix Suilen. Balancing Wind and Batteries: Towards Predictive Verification of Smart Grids. In NASA Formal Methods Symposium 2021.
PDF Murat Cubuktepe, Nils Jansen, Sebastian Junges, Ahmadreza Marandi, Marnix Suilen, Ufuk Topcu. Robust Finite-State Controllers for Uncertain POMDPs. In AAAI 2021.
PDF Marnix Suilen, Nils Jansen, Murat Cubuktepe, Ufuk Topcu. Robust Policy Synthesis for Uncertain POMDPs via Convex Optimization. In IJCAI 2020.
Theses:
PDF Marnix Suilen, Entropy Guided Decision Making in Multiple-Environment Markov Decision Processes, 2020, master thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen.
PDF Marnix Suilen, Reachability properties for uncertain Markov decision processes, 2018, bachelor thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen.

Teaching

As a teaching assistant:
Model Checking, spring 2021.
Model Checking, spring 2020.
Algorithms and Datastructures, fall 2019.
Algorithms and Datastructures, fall 2018.

Professional activities

Student volunteer for FORMATS 2020, part of QONFEST 2020.