Van Mourik Broekmanweg 6
Delft, The Netherlands
I’m a postdoctoral researcher in the Distributed Systems department of Delft University of Technology, focussing on building efficient and scalable decentralized systems. My research interests include decentralized systems, distributed systems, electronic markets, and blockchain technology. From the 1st of January 2023, I’ll be working as a postdoctoral researcher at EPFL University in Lausanne.
Previously: In 2021, I completed my PhD thesis titled Decentralization and Disintermediation in Blockchain-based Marketplaces, under the supervision of Dick Epema and Johan pouwelse.
I completed my master thesis at Delft University of Technology in 2016. In my master thesis titled Identifying and Managing Technical Debt in Complex Distributed Systems, I improved various aspects of our long-running academic software, named Tribler.
I also have my own company named CodeUp. My primary business activity is the development of mobile application (iOS/Android) and web/email hosting. You can find more information about these activities on the website of CodeUp.
Besides my professional activities, I enjoy travelling, snowboarding, bouldering and reverse engineering software.
You can find my curriculum vitae here.
|Nov 10, 2022||Together with Georgy Ishmaev, we have been awarded a grant from the Ethereum Foundation for our project DeScan: Enhancing Web3 with Decentralized and Censorship-Resistant Indexing and Search.|
|Oct 25, 2022||Our paper Decentralizing Components of Electronic Markets to Prevent Gatekeeping and Manipulation has been accepted for publication in the Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (ECRA) journal.|
|Jun 29, 2022||Our paper Gromit: Benchmarking the Performance and Scalability of Blockchain Systems has been accepted for publication at the International Conference on Decentralized Applications and Infrastructures (IEEE DAPPS).|
- FGCSTrustChain: A Sybil-resistant Scalable BlockchainFuture Generation Computer Systems 2020
- MiddlewareMATCH: A Decentralized Middleware for Fair Matchmaking In Peer-to-Peer MarketsIn Proceedings of the 21st International Middleware Conference 2020
- Computer Netw.ConTrib: Maintaining Fairness in Decentralized Big Tech Alternatives by Accounting WorkComputer Networks 2021
- ECRADecentralizing Components of Electronic Markets to Prevent Gatekeeping and ManipulationElectronic Commerce Research and Applications 2022