Here's a list of the master thesis students I supervised, together with the topic of their thesis.
- Charlotte Vermeylen: `Towards a globally convergent iterative method for polynomial system solving', 2018-2019.
- Dries De Samblanx: `Solving bivariate polynomial systems via a two-parameter eigenvalue problem', 2016-2017.
Numerieke modellering en benadering (B-KUL-H01P3A)
Numerical modeling and approximation
I have been teaching assistant for this course since 2016. The course is taught by my supervisor Marc Van Barel and Stefan Vandewalle. It is a 3rd year bachelor course for the engineering students which is divided in two parts: numerical linear algebra and approximation theory. Students are introduced to the most important NLA algorithms for solving linear systems, least squares problems, eigenvalue problems, ... and to approximation theory and approximation tools such as Fourier transforms, splines, geometric modeling, .... You can find a more detailed description (in Dutch) here.
Numerieke wiskunde (B-KUL-G0N90B)
This is an introductory course on numerical mathematics for first year bachelor students in mathematics and informatics. It is taught by my supervisor Marc Van Barel. I was teaching assistant for this course in 2017. You can find a more detailed description of the course (in Dutch) here.