Currently, I am an associate professor in the Computer Engineering Laboratory, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Delft University of Technology (starting January 2012). I was born in Paramaribo, Suriname on October 20th, 1973. (snip) I obtained my PhD from the Delft University of Technology in December 2002 after which I started as an assistant professor at the same university (January 2003). My PhD thesis entitled "Microcoded Reconfigurable Embedded Processors" describes the MOLEN polymorphic processor, organization, and (micro-)architecture. My research interests include:
I am teaching several courses and have been involved in several committees related to education . For a more detailed overview of my educational activities, visit the "Teaching"-tab in the menu. My students (both PhD and MSc) can be found under the "Students"-tab.
I am currently involved in the research themes MOLEN and ARACHNE defined within the Computer Engineering Laboratory. Currently, my research focus is on reconfigurable distributed computing and specialized MOLEN co-processors. I am/was working in the following externally funded research projects. Over the years. I have collaborated with many other researchers and participated in the organization of many conferences. My publications can be found under the heading "Publication".