15 young talents will defend their PhD thesis

In the next two month, we will see a large number of Data Science PhD defenses. In total 15 persons from several departments will defend their PhD thesis in order to receive their “dr.” title. Topics are very diverse, ranging from network correlations to spare parts management and from business models for mobile apps to interactive technology for health workplaces.

Murtuza Abidini - Performance analysis of optical switches
Taher Ahmadi - Inventory control systems with commitment lead time
Joey van Angeren - Creating and capturing value from digital products
Önder Babur - Model Analytics and Management
Chetan Belagal Math - Decentralized congestion control for reliable vehicular communication
Alessandro Garavaglia - Preferential attachment models for dynamic networks
Eduardo Gonzalez - Process mining on databases extracting event data from real life data sources
Aleksandar Markovic - Dynamic range and frequency assignment problems
Sander de Putter - Verification of concurrent systems in a model-driven engineering workflow
Xipei Ren - Work or workout? Designing interactive technology for workplace fitness promotion
Clara Stegehuis - Networks with communities and clustering
Stefan Thaler - Automation for information security using machine learning
Willeke Traa - Evaluating aetiological processes for monitoring and detection of deep tissue injury
Erwin van Wingerden - System focused spare parts management for capital goods
Bas van Zelst - Process mining with streaming data

All upcoming PhD defense ceremonies