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Anton Nijholt has acted as promotor of the following Ph.D. students (see further below for some memberships in Ph.D. examination committees outside the Netherlands):

  • Bram van de Laar: Experiencing Brain-Computer Interface Control. October 12, 2016, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • Andrea Minuto: Materials that Matter: Smart Materials Meet Art & Interaction Design. October 7, 2016, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Dirk Heylen, assistant-promotor Mariet Theune) Bart van Straalen: A cognitive approach to modelling bad news conversations. May 20, 2015, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Rieks op den Akker) Randy Klaassen: HCI Perspectives on Behavior Change Support Systems. 27 February, 2015, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Mannes Poel) Danny Plass-Oude Bos: Making brain-computer interfaces better: improving usability through post-processing. November 21, 2014, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Dirk Heylen) Iwan de Kok: Listening Heads. September 12, 2013, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Franciska de Jong, assistant-promotor Egon van den Broek) Frans van der Sluis: When Complexity becomes Interesting: An Inquiry into the Information eXperience. August 29, 2013, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Mannes Poel) Hayrettin Gurkok: Mind the Sheep - User Experience Evaluation & Brain-Computer Interface Games. September 21, 2012, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Dirk Heylen) Christian Muehl: Toward Affective Brain-Computer Interfaces: Exploring the Neurophysiology of Affect during Human Media Interaction. June 1, 2012, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Dirk Heylen) Mark ter Maat: Response Selection and Turn-taking for a Sensitive Artificial Listening Agent. November 30, 2011, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Betsy van Dijk) Andreea Niculescu: Conversational interfaces for task-oriented spoken dialogues: design aspects influencing interaction quality. November 22, 2011, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Mannes Poel) Boris Reuderink: Robust Brain-Computer Interfaces. October 21, 2011, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Ton Dijkstra, assistant-promotor Joyce Westerink) Egon L. van den Broek: Affective Signal Processing (ASP): Unraveling the Mystery of Emotions. September 16, 2011, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotors Zsofia Ruttkay and Dennis Reidsma) Herwin van Welbergen: Behavior Generation for Interpersonal Coordination with Virtual Humans. September 9, 2011, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Gerrit van der Veer and assistant-promotor Dirk Heylen) Dhaval Vyas: Designing for Awareness: An Experience-focused HCI Perspective. February 18, 2011, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Mariet Theune) Yujia Cao: Multimodal Information Presentation for High-Load Human Computer Interaction. February 3, 2011, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Mariet Theune) Ivo Swartjes: Whose Story is it Anyway? How Improv Informs Agency and Authorship of Emergent Narrative. May 19, 2010, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Gerrit van der Veer and assistant-promotor Paul van der Vet) Wim Fikkert: Gesture Interaction at a Distance. March 11, 2010, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Gerrit van der Veer and assistant-promotor Paul van der Vet) Ingo Wassink: Work flows in life science. January 14, 2010, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor Gerrit van der Veer and assistant-promotor Betsy van Dijk) Olga Kulyk: Situational Awareness of Co-located Teams in Multidisplay Environments January 14, 2010, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Mannes Poel) Ronald Poppe: Discriminative Vision-Based Recovery and Recognition of Human Motion. April 2, 2009, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Rieks op den Akker) Dennis Reidsma: Annotations and Subjective Machines: The Role of Agreement in Classifying Human Behavior. October 9, 2008, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Job Zwiers) Trung H. Bui: Toward Affective Dialogue Management using Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes. October 9, 2008, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor John-Jules Meyer, assistant-promotors Mannes Poel and Marco Wiering) Martijn van Otterlo: The Logic of Adaptive Behavior: Knowledge Representation and Algorithms for the Markov Decision Processes Framework in First Order Domains. May 30, 2008, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor Mariet Theune) Wauter Bosma: Discourse Oriented Summarization. March 27, 2008, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.

  • (assistant-promotor D. Heylen) Rutger Rienks: Meetings in Smart Environments: Implications of Progressing Technologies. July 11, 2007, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor H.J. op den Akker) Natasa Jovanovic: To Whom it May Concern: Addressing in Face-to-Face Meetings. March 14, 2007, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotors J. Swaak and B. van Dijk) Margit Biemans: Cognition in Contect: The effect of information and communication support on task performance of distributed professionals. June 29, 2006, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor B. van Dijk) Eelco Herder: Forward, Back and Home Again: Analyzing User Behavior on the Web. April 13, 2006, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotors M. Veenstra & B. van Dijk) Mark van Setten: Supporting People in Finding Information. Hybrid recommender systems and goal-based structuring. December 16, 2005, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor D. Heylen) Bui The Duy: Creating Emotions and Facial Expressions for Embodied Agents. July 1, 2004, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction. Download PDF document
  • (co-promotor W. van der Hoek and assistant-promotor J. Zwiers) W. Jamroga: Using Multiple Models of Reality. July 1, 2004, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (assistant-promotor H.J. op den Akker) Simon Keizer: Reasoning under Uncertainty in Natural Language Dialogue using Bayesian Networks. September 3, 2003, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • Szilard Kiss: 3D Character Centred Online Editing Modalities for VRML-based Virtual Environments. June 18, 2003, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • Boris van Schooten: Development and specification of virtual environments. April 17, 2003, University of Twente, Faculty EEMCS, Human Media Interaction.
  • (co-promotor H. Brinksma) Erik Sluiman: Linear data structures for storage allocation in attribute evaluators. March 1, 2002, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (co-promotor H.J. Sips) Marcel van Lohuizen: Parallel Natural Language Parsing. November 6, 2001, Technical University of Delft, Department of Information Technology and Systems.
  • (assistant-promotor G.F. van der Hoeven) Joris Hulstijn: Dialogue Models for Inquiry and Transaction. April 7, 2000, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (assistant-promotor M. Aksit) Bedir Tekinerdogan: Towards Automated Design of Adaptable Software Architectures. March 23, 2000, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (assistant-promotor H.J. op den Akker) Hugo ter Doest: Towards Probabilistic Unification-based parsing. February 12, 1999. University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (co-promotor B. Velichowski) Roel Vertegaal: Look who's talking to whom about what. September 4, 1998, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • Marc Drossaers: Neural Networks for Integrated Linguistic Analysis. May 19, 1995, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science. Reviews in de Volkskrant and NVKI Nieuwsbrief.
  • (co-promotor G. Kempen) Theo Vosse: The Word Connection: Grammar-based Spelling Error Correction in Dutch. University of Leiden, 1994, Faculty of Social Sciences. Reviews in de Volkskrant, Elseviers Weekblad and Onze Taal. Download PDF document
  • (assistant-promotor J. Zwiers) Wil Janssen: Layered Design of Parallel Systems. September 1, 1994, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (assistant-promotor M. Aksit) Lodewijk Bergmans: Composing Concurrent Objects. Universiteit Twente, June 24, 1994, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (co-promotors K. Bertels and P. Vergragt) Jan van den Ende: Towards the Turning Point: Computerization in Dutch Society, 1900-1965. Delft University of Technology, June 9, 1994, Faculteit Toegepaste Wijsbegeerte en Maatschappijwetenschappen.
  • (co-promotor H. Barendregt) Jan Kuper: Undefinedness in Logic and Computation. February 4, 1994, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • Klaas Sikkel. Parsing Schemata. December 17, 1993, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (assistant-promotor H. Alblas) Paul Oude Luttighuis: Parallel Algorithms for Parsing and Attribute Evaluation. June 11, 1993, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • Giuseppe Scollo: The Engineering of Logics. March 12, 1993, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (assistant-promotor H. Alblas) Gert Velthuijzen van Zanten: A Formal Model for Code Generation. September 24, 1992, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (co-promotor L.A.M. Verbeek) Jan Anne Hogendorp: Controlled Bi-directional Grammars. August 31, 1990, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.
  • (co-promotor L.A.M. Verbeek) Rieks op den Akker: Parsing Attribute Grammars. December 8, 1988, University of Twente, Department of Computer Science.

Anton Nijholt acted as external examiner for the following Ph.D. students outside the Netherlands:

  • Laurent George. Contribution to the Study of Active and Passive Brain-Computer Interfaces for Interacting with Virtual Environments Based on EEG and Mental Workload. These INSA, Rennes, France, December 7th, 2012.
  • Yazdani Ashkan. Brain-Computer Interface in Multimedia Systems. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, August 27th, 2012.
  • Alejandro Catala. AGORAS: Aumented Generation of Reactive Ambients on Surfaces. Computer Science Department, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, July 16th, 2012.
  • Dinesh Babu Jayagopi. Computational modeling of face-to-face social interaction using nonverbal behavioral cues. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, January 25th, 2011.
  • Valeria Occelli. Assessing audiotactile interactions: Spatiotemporal factors and role of visual experience. University of Trento, Rovereto, Italy, December 10th, 2009.
  • Alessandro Valitutti. Computational Production of Affect-Based Verbal Humorous Expressions. University of Trento, Rovereto, Italy, December 10th, 2009.
  • Marco Guerini. Persuasion Models for Multimodal Message Generation. University of Trento, Rovereto, Italy, March 12th, 2006.
  • Jan Ciger. Collaboration with Agents in VR Environments. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, September 26th, 2005.
  • Frédéric Tendeau. Analyse syntaxique et sémantique avec évaluation d'attributs dans un demi-anneau — Application à la linguistique calculatoire. Université d'Orléans, France, June 20th, 1997.
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