I am a researcher at the Theory of Computer Science group at the the University of Amsterdam. I worked on the DynaLearn project in which I functioned as the technical coordinator and was also responsible for the technical infrastructure and coordination of user support. I am one of the developers of the DynaLearn interactive learning environment which is used in secondary and higher education.
Before DynaLearn, I worked as a research assistent (PhD student) at the Human Computer Studies group of the the University of Amsterdam. I worked on the NaturNet-Redime project in which I worked on making logic-based conceptual modelling and simulation (through qualitative reasoning technology) accessible to domain experts in environmental science and sustainability. I am one of the developers of the Garp3 software, which was created during the project.
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I also enjoy:
- Bulgarian dance
- Playing piano
- Being married to my wife (part 2)
- Economics and politics