Marko van Eekelen, formally Prof.dr. M.C.J.D. van Eekelen.
Opportunity knocks. Currently, I am looking for a 0.7 professor in Software Engineering at the Open Unviersity of the Netherlands. As head of the Computer Science department of the Open University of the Netherlands I am expecting to be hiring an assistant professor after the summer of 2015. So, keep an eye open for upcoming vacancy adds or contact me pro-actively!
Affiliations: Professor Software Technology (70%) in the Faculty of Management Science and Technology at the Open University (OU; my Open University testimonial short video). Universitair Hoofddocent (Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor; 30%) at the research section Digital Security of the Institute for Computing and Information Sciences within the Faculty of Science of the Radboud University Nijmegen (RU).
Onderwijs/Teaching: As teacher within the Radboud University Nijmegen Onderwijsinstituut voor Informatica en Informatiekunde I give courses on Software Analysis as part of the Master track Software Science. Software Engineering in the RU Bachelor curriculum and System Development and System Development Research within the Computer Science, Information Science and Artifical Intelligence Master Curricula. The latter three courses use a joint practical lab (GipHouse). I coordinate the other courses that use this joint lab: Architectural New Challenges, Business Process Architecture in Practice and System development Management. At the Open University I am responsible for the Bachelor Graduation Assignment (Afstudeeropdracht Bachelor Informatica) and the 60 ec Master Sofware Engineering. I supervise Master Theses in Software Engineering, Computer Science and Business Process Management and Information Technology on a regular basis. There is a separate site of my teaching activities with suggestions for Master and Bachelor thesis subjects under my supervision.
Organisation: I am quite active in this field. Since June 1 2014, I am Head of the Computer Science Department at the Open University (OU) of the Netherlands. I am coordinating the RU Nijmegen Cyber Security Bachelor and I am Programme Leader of the OU Master Software Engineering. I am Scientific Director of the Nijmegen part of LaQuSo: for concrete applications of research in commercial and industrial contexts; I am Chair of the steering committee of the TFP symposia. Once a year, I take great plesaure in presenting a group of Open University graduates their certificates in a formal ceremony in nice surroundings (Bergen op Zoom 2015, Vorden 2014, Enschede 2013).
At the Open University I am head of the Computer Science Department and leading the Software Technology domain. At the Radboud University Nijmegen I am part of the section Digital Security of the Institute for Computing and Information Sciences. I am a member of the security and program correctness research group lead by Prof. Bart Jacobs. There is a separate site of my organisational activities.
OU: Email: marko.vaneekelen ‘at’ ou.nl Tel: : Secr: +31 45 576 2828; Direct: +31 45 576 2573 Fax: +31 45 576 2115
RUN: Email: marko ‘at’ cs.ru.nl Tel:: +31 24 365 3410 Fax: +31 24 365 2298
Office (on Tuesdays I am usually at the OU premises in Heerlen):
· Radboud University
Post: Institute for Computing and Information Sciences, Mailbox 47, Faculty
of Science, Postbus 9010, 6500 GL
· Open Universiteit Nederland: office MK3.71, third floor in the Milton Keynes building, Valkenburgerweg 177, 6419 AT Heerlen.
Post: Faculteit Informatica, Postbus 2960, 6401 DL Heerlen, The Netherlands.
Agenda: Workagenda of Marko van Eekelen
WorkedThere: Over the years, I have been at lots of places for doing my work. I tried to make a summary of the places where I worked.
Background: For more background information I refer to my Curriculum Vitae (as it was a long time ago, in 2009).
Personal activities: In 1980 I got acquainted with Dutch folk dancing and with the Rubik’s Cube (in 1981 I was Dutch Champion and holder of the World Speed Cube Record). Both Dutch folk dancing and the Rubik's Cube are still personal hobby’s.