Stijn Heldens

Hi! You seem to have reached my personal page on the web. I am a Dutch computer scientist and currently employed as PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam and the Netherlands eScience Center. I enjoy academic research and my interests are in anything related to high-performance computing, parallel algorithms, distributed systems, compilers/​programming languages, and GPU programming (and lighthouses!). My languages of choice are C++, C, Rust, CUDA, Kotlin, and some Python on the side.

Curriculum Vitae

2018 - present
University of Amsterdam PhD candidate on the topic of methods towards reliable exascale computing.
2018 - present
Netherlands eScience Center. PhD candidate on the topic of methods towards reliable exascale computing.
2016 - 2017
University of Twente. Researcher at Stochastic Operations Research Group. Worked on processing of large-scale spatio-temporal graphs.
2015 - 2016
Delft University of Technology. Researcher at Distributed Systems group. Worked on graph processing using heterogenous CPU-GPU systems.
2012 - 2015
VU University Amsterdam. Master Computer Science, specialization tracks High Performance Distributed Computing and Internet Programming.
2009 - 2012
University of Amsterdam Bachelor Computer Science.

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