Maarten van Steen works in the field of networked computer systems, with an emphasis on wireless systems as well as more traditional distributed systems. He is an alumnus of the University of Twente where he graduated in 1983 in Applied Mathematics. After completing his PhD at the Computer Science department in Leiden, Van Steen worked at TNO Delft, where he carried out research on parallel computing and gained his first experience in research management. He continued his academic career at Erasmus University Rotterdam and later at VU University Amsterdam, where he was appointed full professor in 2002.
Since January 2015 he is Scientific Director of the ICT research institute of the University of Twente. He chairs the ICT Research Platform Netherlands, representing all Dutch academic departments and institutes. He is also chair of NWO Informatics advisory committee.
Review en afstemming
So far, I have written the following books:
- Computer and Network Organization (with Henk Sips)
- Distributed Systems (with Andrew S. Tanenbaum)
- Graph Theory and Complex Networks, An Introduction
All books can be downloaded for free from this site.
- In November 2013, we attempted to write a book in five days, on adaptive collective systems. In the end, it’s more of a (long) position paper, beautifully published. Check it out.
- I made a small video on how I see the future of Computer Sciences. There’s work to do.
Former PHD students
- Claudio Martella (2017)
- Vinay Setty (main supervisor Roman Vitenberg, 2014)
- Ania Chmielowiec (with Spyros Voulgaris, 2014)
- Albana Gaba (with Spyros Voulgaris, 2014)
- Vivek Rai
- Suhail Yousaf (with Rena Bakhshi, 2013)
- Matt Dobson (with Spyros Voulgaris, 2013)
- Christian Rossow (main supervisor Herbert Bos, 2012)
- Dejun Jiang (daily supervisor Guillaume Pierre, 2012)
- Wei Zhou (daily supervisor Guillaume Pierre, 2012)
- Jan Mark Wams (2012)
- Rena Bakhshi (main supervisor: Wan Fokkink, 2011)
- Ishan Vaishnavi (main supervisor: Dick Bulterman, 2011)
- Guido Urdaneta (with Guillaume Pierre, 2011)
- Konrad Iwanicki (2010)
- Daniela Gavidia (2009)
- Pawel Garbacki (with Dick Epema, 2008)
- Swaminathan Sivasubramanian (with Guillaume Pierre, 2007)
- Michal Szymaniak (with Guillaume Pierre, 2007)
- Spyros Voulgaris (2006)
- Giovanni Russello (with Michel Chaudron, 2005)
- Elth Ogston (with Frances Brazier, 2005)
- Ihor Kuz (with Henk Sips, 2003)
- Gerco Ballintijn (with Andy Tanenbaum, 2003)
- Arno Bakker (with Andy Tanenbaum, 2002)
- Philip Homburg (with Andy Tanenbaum, 2001)
- Edwin de Jong (with Frans Peters, 1992)
- Wim Stut (with Ab Bakker, 1992)