Relinde Jurrius

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About me

Currently I work as Assistant Professor of Mathematics & Operations Research at the Netherlands Defence Academy. Its Faculty of Military Sciences provides the scientific education for officers-to-be and does research in corresponding relevant areas.

Before I was maître-assistant at the University of Neuchâtel and postdoc at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. I did my PhD at the Eindhoven University of Technology.

My research interests are in coding theory, network coding and the connection with other branches of mathematics such as matroid theory, algebraic and finite geometry, and combinatorics.

[Copyright Netherlands Defence Academy] Visiting address
Kon. Instituut voor de Marine
Enys House, kamer E 2.061
Het Nieuwe Diep 8
1781 AC Den Helder
The Netherlands

Post address
It's complicated. Please send me an e-mail.

rpmj . jurrius @ mindef . nl


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At the University of Neuchâtel, I was the main lecturer of several courses:

At the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, I taught three problem sessions:

As a teacher in Eindhoven, I was involved in the following courses:

While being a PhD student in Eindhoven, I taught two problem sessions:

(While all names are in English here, classes were in Dutch/English/French.)

More about me

A while ago a nice interview with me appeared in the Cursor, see page 19 (in Dutch). For something slightly more recent, read this blog of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum.

When I was a little girl, I started playing the violin ‒ and never stopped. I try to play every day (but do not always succeed). I take lessons and I play in various ensembles and orchestras, such as De Philharmonie.

I like sharing my enthusiasm for mathematics with others. Every summer I spend a week at math camp with Vierkant voor Wiskunde. I help organising the camp and writing the material. In 2018 we were on the Dutch Radio 1 and you can hear me and others talk about why we keep coming back every year.

I am in the program committee of the Nationale Wiskunde Dagen, a conference for high school mathematics teachers. In the next years I will be involved in organising the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad EGMO2020, that will be held in The Netherlands.

In the spare time left I try to run, in contrast to sitting behind my desk all day.