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Aerts

Lecturer, Software Engineer

Delft, The Netherlands

devtaeir@taico.nl


ABOUT ME


I'm a Lecturer in the Computer Science and Engineering Teaching Team at TU Delft.

I'm a Software Engineer for Educational Innovation Projects at TU Delft.

I graduated with my master Computer Science at the Programming Languages group at TU Delft.

In my free time, I'm a software developer who creates programs in Java, Scala, Ruby, C#, PHP and JavaScript. 

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES


Below is an overview of my proficiencies in different programming languages.

Java

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PHP

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Ruby (on Rails)

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JavaScript

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Scala

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Visual Basic .Net

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SQL

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C++

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C#

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C

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Incrementalizing Statix
A Modular and Incremental Approach for Type Checking and Name Binding using Scope Graphs

Master Thesis

Awarded the second MSc thesis award at the VERSEN MSc Thesis Award 2021 (Website VERSEN)

A Scale-Out Blockchain for Value Transfer with Spontaneous Sharding

Conference Paper

Third co-author

Native WebLab
Safe Execution of Native Code in WebLab

Bachelor Thesis


MY RESEARCH


Below are the research works I have been involved in.


MY WORK


Below are some of the projects I have worked on or am working on.

ContextProject - VR Game

June 24, 2016


For the ContextProject at the end of the 2nd year of the Computer Science Bachelor, I created a Virtual Reality game called "The Cave of Caerbannogh" together with Chiel Bruin,

Bram Crielaard, Wytze Elhorst and Robin van der Wal.

Project Forum - Project Lead

October 2019 - Ongoing


I am the project lead for the open-source software system called Project Forum, which is a platform for supporting project-based and group-based education. Anyone (companies, researchers, ...) can propose projects (internships, research projects, ...) for courses or programmes. Students can then indicate preferences, make groups directly or orient themselves depending on the course and programme. Project Forum makes the administration for project-based education easy, and makes group allocations fast, fair and "optimal".

Peer - Project Leed

July 2022 - Ongoing


I am the project lead for a peer review platform developed for the TU Delft. Peer makes it easy to have students review each others work and give feedback. We are currently working to make the software available as open source.