University Lecturer

Judith Keijsper

Department / Institute
Mathematics and Computer Science


Judith Keijsper received her MSc in Mathematics at the University of Amsterdam in 1994. At that same university, she successfully defended her thesis `New techniques in Network Optimization’ in 1998. After a postdoctoral fellowship position at IMAG, Grenoble, and a position as assistant professor at the University of Twente, she moved to Eindhoven University of Technology. She has been affiliated with TU/e since 2000,  first as an assistant professor and since 2014 as a lecturer, in the Discrete Mathematics section.  Working in the Combinatorial Optimization group, her interests include graph algorithms and their application to problems from computational biology. She has taught courses on graph theory, linear and integer programming, and linear algebra. As a bachelor coordinator, she is responsible for the organization of  the professional skills and the bachelor final project in the bachelor program Applied Mathematics at TU/e.