Course: Remote Care Nearby
Study: Creative Technology (BSc.), University of Twente
Role: Course organizer, Lecturer
Period: 2013 – 2020

Course: Telemedicine & Data Analysis
Study: Health Sciences, Biomedical Engineering & Technical Medicine (MSc.), University of Twente
Role: Lecturer (theory), Tutor (support MATLAB assignments)
Period: 2016-2018, 2019-2020

Course: Meten is Weten (Measuring is knowledge)
Study: Biomedical Technology (BSc.), University of Twente
Role: Tutor
Period: 2015/2016

Course: Mathematics & Calculus
Study: Basic, Elementary and University levels
Role: Private Tutor
Period: 2008-2011



Topic: Personalization of an online bereavement support program
Period: 2020-2021 (supervision stopped due to change of employment)
Student: Lena Brandl (University of Twente)
Role: Daily Supervisor
Promotor: Prof. dr. Dirk Heylen

Topic: Inferring human behaviour in a holistic approach through mobile devices
Expected Period: 2017-2021
Student: Kostas Konsolakis (University of Twente)
Role: Daily Supervisor
Promotor: Prof. dr. Hermie J. Hermens

Health Sciences (MSc.)

Title: Employees’ preferences for social support features to promote physical activity in a smartphone application
Year: 2020
Student: Nissa Farzana Koesoemahardja

Title: RE-PLAY Support of pardiatric rehabilitation through mobile coaching and an interactive playground
Year: 2019
Student: Wesley Everlo

Title: Body awareness in virtual reality therapy for chronic pain
Year: 2017
Student: Marloes Kroezen


Title: The design of an algorithm-based health behavior intervention technology that supports active aging of older office workers
Year: 2020
Student (Study Programme): Hester van Ven (Creative Technology, BSc.)

Title: Beyond step counting: applying novel data analysis techniques to longitudinal physical activity data
Year: 2021
Student (Study Programme): Kim Bruil (Electrical Engineering, MSc.)

Creative Technology (BSc.)

Title: Developing understandable and actionable sleep data visualizations
Year: 2020
Student: Laura Maskanceva

Title: Accessible health data visualizations to support low literate individuals
Year: 2020
Student: Maartje Aalders

Title: Developing a virtual reality tool for the preparation of research at the eHealth House at the University of Twente
Year: 2020

Title: Creating a Google Home system agent to reduce loneliness among older adults
Year: 2019
Student: Mirel Nijhuis
Role: Critical Observer. Supervisor: dr. ir. W. Oude Nijeweme – d’Hollosy

Title: “Keep your eyes on the road kid!” – Exploring the potential of virtual reality environments to teach children to focus their attention while biking
Year: 2018
Student: Paulius Gagelas

Title: A virtual reality relaxation environment in combination with biofeedback to aid patients with chronic pain
Year: 2018
Student: Yasmin Salce

Title: “Listen to your own body signals” – Development of a virtual reality environment to support relaxation of patients with chronic pain
Year: 2018
Student: Luca Battistella

Title: StepFarm: An active video game to support the self-management of chronic diseases in children
Year: 2017
Student: Mitchell Verlinden

Title: Enhancement of daily life monitoring by connecting wearables and mobile phones
Year: 2015
Student: Frits Polman

Title: Developing an automatic dietary monitoring solution with feedback in order to encourage independent living in elderly
Year: 2014
Student: Yannick Grawenhoff

Computer Science (BSc.)

Title: Identification of Profiles Based on Physical Behaviour Patterns
Year: 2020
Student: Arwin Sleutjes
Role: Co-supervisor

Psychology (BSc.)

Title: Investigating the relevance of monitoring health domains using technology among older adults: health, technology and older adults
Year: 2016
Student: Nada El Menshawy
Available at: http://essay.utwente.nl/70015/

Title: Usability test of the “ActivityCoach” to promote active ageing in daily life: assessing the needs and wishes of older adults
Year: 2016
Student: Jandia Melenk
Available at: http://essay.utwente.nl/70732/

Health Sciences (BSc.)

Title: Motives and barriers for performing pleasurable activities: study on the motives and the barriers for performing pleasurable activities in the daily life of the Dutch elderly population
Year: 2016
Student: Sannah van der Heijden
Available at: http://essay.utwente.nl/70707/

Biomedical Technology (BSc.)

Title: Designing a protocol for visualization of physical activity data from paediatric rehabilitation
Year: 2019
Student: Puck Twisk

Industrial Product Design (BSc.), SAXION University of Applied Sciences

Title: Ontwikkeling van een communicatie-apparaat met betrekking tot lichamelijke inactiviteit in een kantooromgeving
Year: 2020
Student: Laurens Koster