Assistant Professor

Tom Verhoeff

Group / Unit
Model Driven Software Engineering W&I
Floor / room

Research Profile

Tom Verhoeff is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computing Science of Eindhoven University of Technology  (TU/e), where he works in the Software Engineering & Technology group, on Model Driven Engineering, especially modeling of semantics. His research focuses on the areas of Software Engineering (SE), Model-Driven Engineering (MDE), in particular theory development and tool support, He teaches about CS in general, data analytics, programming, SE, MDE, algorithms, control systems, theoretical computer science and Logic, set theory and arithmetic. He is also chair of the TU/e High Tech Systems Center NextGen Board.

Academic Background

Tom Verhoeff received his MSc and PhD in Technical Science (Mathematics and Computer Sciences) from TU/e. Tom is also involved in activities that aim to promote mathematics and informatics and explores the intersection of mathematics, computing, and the arts, such as the annual Bridges conference. He is board member and treasurer of the Dutch Mathematics Olympiad, Chair of the Koos Verhoeff MathArt foundation, guest lecturer on Informatics at the National Student Academy of Lithuania and Finals Director for the World Finals of the 23rd ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest.

Educational Activities

  • Software Development for Engineers
  • Declarative Programming
  • Software specification
  • Fundamentals of informatics
  • Programming methods
  • Programming and modelling

Ancillary Activities

  • Voorzitter, Stichting Wiskunst Koos Verhoeff
  • Verrijkingslessen (wiskunde/informatica) verzorgen; 2 x 45 minuten per week (max. 40 schoolweken per jaar); sinds juni 2004., Basisschool de Bijenkorf, De Koppele 2, Eindhoven
  • Lid opgavencommissie; sinds oktober 2005, Stichting Wiskunde Kangoeroe