Relinde Jurrius

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About me

Currently I work as maître-assistant at the University of Neuchâtel. My research interests are in coding theory, network coding and the connection with other branches of mathematics such as matroid theory, algebraic and finite geometry, and combinatorics.

To learn more about me and my research, read this blog of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum, or see the personal section below.

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Université de Neuchâtel
Institut de Mathémathiques
Rue Emilie-Argand 11
2000 Neuchâtel
Switzerland

Visiting address
as above, room B215

E-mail
relinde . jurrius @ unine . ch

Publications

Journal papers

Book

Book chapter

Conference proceedings

Preprints

Theses


Talks and presentations


International conferences and workshops


Teaching

At the University of Neuchâtel, I am the main lecturer of several courses:

At the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, I taught three problem sessions:

As a teacher in Eindhoven, I was involved in the following courses:

While being a PhD student in Eindhoven, I taught two problem sessions:

(While all names are in English here, classes were in Dutch/English/French.)


More about me

A while ago a nice interview with me appeared in the Cursor, see page 19 (in Dutch). For something slightly more recent, read this blog of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum.

When I was a little girl, I started playing the violin ‒ and never stopped. I try to play every day (but do not always succeed). I take lessons at the Conservatoire in Neuchâtel and I play with the Ensemble Instrumental Neuchâtelois.

I like sharing my enthousiasm for mathematics with others. Every summer I spend a week at math camp with Vierkant voor Wiskunde. I help organising the camp and writing the material. For the ateliers of Graine de Belette, I organize an afternoon of mathematics for kids.

In the spare time left I try to do something active, in contrast to sitting behind my desk all day: preferably running or skiing.