Forthcoming Publication: Are Referendums and Parliamentary Elections Reconcilable? The Implications of Three Voting Paradoxes. In D. Lanius and I. Votsis (eds.), 'Towards Foolproof Democracy: Advancing Public Debate and Political Decision-Making' [Special Issue]. Moral Philosophy and Politics.
I'm a Mathematician, Lawyer and Philosopher.
Currently, I work as a PhD candidate in the research group of Ulle Endriss at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) at the University of Amsterdam (funding: NWO Vici Project on Collective Information).
My research interests are Computational Social Choice Theory, Constitutional Law and EU Law, and Democratic Theory. This may seem an eclectic range of interests, but working at the intersections of these fields often leads to new insights. I intend to make both disciplinary and interdisciplinary contributions to each of these research fields.
Since April 2019: PhD Candidate at the Institute for Logic, Language & Computation (ILLC) at the University of Amsterdam.
2017-2018: Completed the MSc in Applicable Mathematics (with distinction) at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
1993: Born in Leiderdorp, the Netherlands.
Game Theory, BSc Mathematics, Utrecht University, April-June 2017.
Paper Presentation: National Sovereignty: Conceptualising an Essentially Contested Concept, Dutch Constitutional Law Conference on Globalization as a Challenge to National Sovereignty, December 15, 2017, Maastricht University.
Research Presentation: Referendums in Representative Democracy: Learning from Social Choice Theory, Dare to Cross Over!, June 8, 2017, Utrecht University. Awarded the Bright Minds Award 2017 for interdisciplinary research. See a video impression of the conference.