This page gives an overview of my teaching activities, which mostly concern courses, lectures, masterclasses and student supervision.
- Lecturer of the master course Social Network Analysis for Computer Scientists (yearly since fall 2014).
- Lecturer of the bachelor course
Business IntelligenceData Science and Process Modelling (yearly since spring 2015).
- Lecturer of the doctoral course Social Network Analysis at King’s College London (together with Eelke Heemskerk, yearly since fall 2015).
- Lecturer of the master course Competitive Programming (starting spring 2020).
- Guest lectures and masterclasses for different courses, including teaching applied skills such as HTML/CSS, PHP/MySQL and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) as well as talks at various occasions, lunch colloquia, industry events and university promotional activities on many topics related to my research: Mining Big Corporate Network Data, Network Science, Social Network Analysis, Social Network Mining, Big Data and Data Science and Network Science (note: many slide decks are really old and may contain outdated information).
Other teaching activities
- Since November 2018, I am chair of the education committee (“opleidingscommissie”) of the BSc Informatica programme.
- As part of my fellowship of the Leiden Teacher’s Academy (LTA), in September 2018 I started a project on collaborative learning from (code) peer reviews.
- I am extremely grateful for the students that elected me Faculty of Science Teacher of the Year 2016. Thanks!
You can always come to me with your ideas for a bachelor or master project or thesis related to my research interest, such as computational network science, social network analysis, complex networks, graph mining, graph algorithms, etc.
A list of previous students can be found below.
- Bachelor thesis: Vincent Sieraal (2017), Erik Soelaksana (2017), Heleen van Sonsbeek (2018).
- Master research project: Giso Dal (2013), Roberto Lucchese (2015), Govert Brinkmann (2016), Nick van den Bosch (2017), Jesper van Engelen (2017), Hanjo Boekhout (2018).
- Master thesis: Jiahong Chen (2015), Mahya Mirtar (2015), Richard Enyinnaya (2016), Shuo Yang (2016), Roberto Lucchese (2016), Boyd Witte (2017), Niek Zuure (2017), Toms Reksna (2017), Haoran Ding (2017), Xavyr Rademaker (2018), Kristi Qato (2018), Alain Fonhof (2018), Nick van den Bosch (2018), Thomas Helling (2018).