People of EDIT
Tina Nane is an assistant professor in Applied Probability at Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics. Since September 2021, Tina has been appointed the EEMCS Diversity Officer. Her research focuses on uncertainty quantification, using both data-driven and data-missing models, and she is passionate about teaching. She strives for a more inclusive environment in our faculty.
Luciano Cavalcante Siebert
Luciano Siebert is an assistant professor at the Intelligent Systems department. His research focuses on responsible artificial intelligence (AI), e.g. how agents can identify and respond to diverse people's values. He strives to make educational environments more diverse and inclusive for all.
Sanne Alblas works at the EEMCS Graduate School.
Dr. Z. Erkin is an associate professor in the Cyber Security Group, Delft University of Technology.
Jorge Martinez Castaneda
Jorge Martinez Castaneda is a Principal Educator/Assistant Professor in MicroElectronics. Apart from being an educator and a scientist he considers himself an idealist and feminist, dreaming and striving at making education and science accessible and inclusive for everyone.
Jan Rellermeyer joined TU Delft in 2017 as an assistant professor in computer science after spending many years in the US and Switzerland. His interest and passion for the topic of diversity and inclusion comes partly from the different cultures that he experienced in industry and academia, and he was particularly inspired by how the tech industry leverages the creative potential of a diverse workforce for accelerating innovation.
Judith Kesler-van der Lugt
Judith Kesler works as an educational advisor at the Education & Student Affairs department. She is passionate about learning and enjoys working on educational challenges. Contributing to an inclusive teaching and learning environment is what she strives for on a daily basis.
Arie van Deursen
Lucia Beloqui Larumbe
Communications and Information Officer EEMCS
Education and Student Affairs EEMCS