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  • Sem Borst is the 2020 Markov Lecturer

    The Applied Probability Society of INFORMS announced that Sem Borst is the 2020 Markov Lecturer.

     

  • Ton de Kok appointed new director of CWI

    The board of NWO-I, the institute organisation of NWO, appoints Prof. Ton de Kok as director of CWI. On 1 October 2020, Ton de Kok will succeed the current director, Prof. Jos Baeten, who has led the institute since 2011 and will retire. Ton de Kok will also succeed Jos Baeten as a member of the NETWORKS Supervisory Board.

     

  • Harry Buhrman joins Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)

    Quantum researcher Harry Buhrman joins the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts andharry-buhrman

    Sciences (KNAW). The KNAW is the most relevant Dutch society of top scientists. Together with seventeen other researchers, Buhrman will be installed as a new Academy member on September 14, 2020. 

    Within the NETWORKS programme, Buhrman (CWI and UvA) is one of the leading scientists of theme “Quantum Networks

    He is also director and founder of research institute QuSoft, which focuses on the development of quantum software and applications of quantum computers and quantum networks. 

     

  • Distinguished Dissertation Award for Sándor Kisfaludi-Bak

    profilkep-100.jpg2Former NETWORKS PhD student Sándor Kisfaludi-Bak was awarded the Distinguished Dissertation Award of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS), an international organization whose goal is to promote theoretical computer science, to facilitate the exchange of ideas and results among theoretical computer scientists, and to stimulate cooperation between the theoretical and the practical community in computer science.

    Sándor received his PhD cum laude from TU Eindhoven, where he did his research co-supervised by Mark de Berg and Hans Bodlaender.

  • €1.5 million COFUND grant for NETWORKS

    The NETWORKS consortium has received a COFUND grant of around €1.5 million euro from the Horizon2020 programme. NETWORKS will use the money to set up a programme to train 14 young and talented PhD students in mathematics and computer science. 

     

  • Onno Boxma interviewed in Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde

    In the March issue of Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde Onno Boxma is interviewed by Nicos Starreveld about both his work as a researcher and his administrative functions at i.a. Eurandom, NWO and the Wiskunderaad.

     

  • NWO-GROOT grant for OPTIMAL project

    In the NWO Open Competition ENW-GROOT programme, a grant has been awarded to the project ‘Optimization for and with Machine Learning’, in which Leen Stougie, Nikhil Bansal and Monique Laurent are involved. The NWO Open Competition ENW-GROOT programme is intended for consortia in which research groups create added value through collaboration.

     

  • Networks Match Making Event: "I left with a creativity boost"

    From 20 to 22 January 2020, the Gravitation Programme NETWORKS organised the Networks Match Making Event, jointly with the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Gravitation Programme SCOOP. The aim was to bring together researchers from social sciences, economic sciences, mathematics and computer science sharing an interest in complex networks, with the aim to discover valuable synergies. Over 45 participants from the academic partners, and from research intensive companies like CBS and RaboBank, came to Kaap Doorn to exchange ideas about available theories, techniques and methods, and to identify common challenges.

  • Award for PhD Thesis Fiona Sloothaak

    On January 16th Fiona Sloothaak succesfully defended her PhD thesis entitled 'Criticality in Power Networks: A Probabilistic Approach'.

     

  • Best paper award for Mark de Berg, Sándor Kisfaludi-Bak and Mehran Mehr at ISAAC 2019

    The paper On One-Round Discrete Voronoi Games  by Mark de Berg (TU/e), Sándor Kisfaludi-Bak (former NETWORKS PhD student), and Mehran Mehr won the best-paper award at the 30th International Symposium on Algorithms and Computation (ISAAC 2019).

 
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