Jesper Nederlof.

Assistant Professor in the Algorithms and Complexity group at UU.

News: I moved to Utrecht University

About Jesper Nederlof

Jesper Nederlof is an assistant professor in the Algorithms and Complexity group at Utrecht University. He received his M.Sc. in Applied Computing Science from Utrecht University (the Netherlands) in 2008, and successfully defended his PhD thesis titled `Space and Time Efficient Structural Improvements of Dynamic Programming Algorithms’ in December 2011, which he obtained at the University of Bergen (Norway). He was fortunate enough to have Pinar Heggernes as PhD supervisor. In 2012-2014, he continued the research of his PhD thesis as a postdoctoral researcher at Utrecht University funded by a NWO open competition project. From February 2014 to October 2014, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Maastricht University, and since November 2014 until January 2020 he worked as Assistant Professor at TU/e.

News: I am co-organizing (with Daniel Dadush, László Végh, Neil Olver and Laura Sanità) a Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics (HIM) Trimester on "Discrete Optimization" in Bonn during the Fall of 2021. Please get in touch with us if you are interested in participating!

Program Committees: IPEC'14, IPEC'17, ISAAC'18, CIAC'19, SODA'20, STOC'21, CSR'21, ICALP'21, IPEC'21
Current PhD students: Céline Swennenhuis, Isja Mannens, Krisztina Szilagyi

Miscellaneous links

  • the website of LNMB'19 course `Algorithms and Complexity': click here
  • the website of course 2MMD30'16: click here (note: newer offerings are moved to Canvas)
  • my MSc. thesis: click here
  • my PhD. thesis: click here
  • lecture notes on OPP algo’s: click here
  • a short note about a cool (relatively unknown) algorithm for bipartite matching: click here
  • the full version of the ESA’16 paper “Exponential Time Paradigms Through the Polynomial Time Lens” with Drucker and Santhanam: click here