About me

I am a PhD candidate at the University of Twente in the Netherlands, where I work in the project EERI: Energy-Efficient and Resilient Internet. In this project, we try to make the internet more energy-efficient and resilient against failures by for example finding out how users should connect to BSs so that all users have a fast and reliable connection. Moreover, I am interested in anything related to random geometric graphs, as many real-life networks have a large spatial component (such as the internet!). The question is: how can we leverage the properties of the geometry of a network to understand more about these real life networks?

l.surname {at} utwente.nl

Discrete Mathematics & Mathematical Programming (DMMP)

Faculty of EEMCS

University of Twente

Office: Zilverling 4050

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Drawn by my talented sister, Ilse Weedage