Jouke

Room F2.26
Building F
Science Park 107
1098 XG  Amsterdam

About Me

Since 2015, I am a PhD student at the ILLC under the supervision of Leen Torenvliet. Within the Logic and Computation programme, I study structural parameterized complexity. While the structural aspects give it a decidedly abstract and mathematical flavor, the parameterized aspect makes it necessarily related to applications.

Outside academia, I enjoy jazz music and like to go on adventures. My non-academic web presence is detailed on my personal website.

Research Interests

Most of what I work on is related to one or more of the following fields.

  • Algorithms and Data Structures

  • Computational complexity

  • Randomness

  • Recursion theory

  • Measure theory

Publications

2019

  • A Hierarchy of Polynomial Kernels; Jouke Witteveen, Ralph Bottesch, Leen Torenvliet; SOFSEM 2019: Theory and Practice of Computer Science; Springer 2019; 504—518.

2016

2014

Teaching

2017

2016

2015