Adrie Kooijman is lecturer at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering.
Adrie has a background in electronics engineering, computer system management and software development. Joined the CADE research team in 1993. Published in the areas of rapid prototyping, parallel computing and multinational design engineering education. Teaching mechatronics, electronics and microcontrollers, research and design coach.
- 1982 - 1986
Electrical Engineering Rotterdam
- 1978 - 1982
- 1993 - present
Delft University of Technology, System programmer, Research assistant, Lecturer
- 1987 - 1993
AT&T Network systems international, Test engineer, Project manager, System and network administrator
- 1982 - 1987
Way Out printservice, Production preparation, CAD design, CNC programming
Specialisation / field of research
3D printing/scanning, software development (C, C++), Microcontrollers (Arduino), CUDA massive parallel programming, Electronics, Product Design Engineering.
Lectures/Coaches students on:
- Coordinator Mechatronics
- Student Coach Product in Werking, Interaction & Electronics, Software, PO4, Embodiment and Detail Design, Advanced prototyping for design, BSc Final Project,
- Advanced Embodiment Design, Joint Master Project, UPSI, Graduation projects.
Raising two children and a dog.
Involved in the research project(s):
"The universe is big, it's vast and complicated, and ridiculous. And sometimes, very rarely, impossible things just happen and we call them miracles. And that's the theory. Nine hundred years, never seen one yet, but this would do me." - Doctor Who