Alumni PhD Students

The following persons, former NAS PhD students, have obtained their PhD (doctoral) degree at Delft University of Technology

  1. Bastian Prasse (May 2021, cum laude): Epidemics on Networks: Analysis, Network Reconstruction and Prediction
  2. Zhidong He (Mar. 2020): Performance of Complex Networks
  3. Qiang Liu (Oct. 2019): Spreading on Networks
  4. Hale Çetinay İyicil (Oct. 2018): Analysis and planning of power grids: A network perspective
  5. Marcus Märtens (January 2018): Information Propagation in Complex Networks
  6. Jil Meier (May 2017): The relation between structure and function of brain networks
  7. Niels van Adrichem (Feb 2017): Resilience and Application Deployment in Software-defined Networks
  8. Xiangrong Wang (Dec. 2016): Robustness of complex networks: Theory and application
  9. Farabi Iqbal (Sep. 2016): Routing and Disaster Awareness in Optical Networks
  10. Yakup Koc (Nov. 2015, cum laude): On Robustness of Power Grids
  11. Song Yang (Jun. 2015): Routing in Optical and Stochastic Networks
  12. Ruud van de Bovenkamp (Jan. 2015): Epidemic Processes on Complex Networks
  13. Cong Li (Oct.2014): Characterization and Design of Complex Networks
  14. Stojan Trajanovski (Oct. 2014, cum laude): Modular Structures, Robustness and Protection of Complex Networks Theory, Complexity and Algorithms
  15. Norbert Blenn (Jun. 2014): Content Propagation in Online Social Networks
  16. Wynand Winterbach (Mar. 2014): Topology of Molecular Networks
  17. Ebisa Olana Negeri (Feb. 2014)  Architecting the smart grid as a holarchy
  18. Edgar van Boven (Nov. 2013) Economic Complex Networks - a holarchy of evolving sectors
  19. Javier Martín Hernández (Oct.2013): Measuring Robustness of Complex Networks
  20. Dajie Liu (Mar. 2013): Robustness and Optimization of Comlex Networks: Reconstructability, Algorithms and Modeling
  21. António Madureira (Dec. 2011): Value of digital information networks: a holonic framework
  22. Anteneh Beshir (Apr. 2011): Survivability and Impairment-aware Routing in Optical Networks - An Algorithmic Study
  23. Yue Lu (Oct. 2010): Analysis of Streaming Media Systems
  24. Siyu Tang (Sep. 2010): Information Propagation in Peer-to-Peer Networking
  25. Jasmina Omic (Sep. 2010): Epidemics in Networks - Modeling, Optimization and Security Games
  26. Huijuan Wang (Sep. 2009, cum laude): Robustness of Networks
  27. Tom Kleiberg (May 2009): Flow-based Networking and Quality of Service
  28. Bingjie Fu (Mar. 2009): Traffic Engineering and Quality of Service in the Internet
  29. Almerima Jamakovic (Oct. 2008): Characterization of Complex Networks
  30. Santpal Dhillon (Sep. 2008): Ant Routing, Searching and Topology Estimation Algorithms for Ad Hoc Networks
  31. Xiaoming Zhou (Nov. 2006): Measuring the Internet
  32. Milena Janic (Oct. 2005): Multicast in Network and Application Layer
  33. Ramin Hekmat (Sep. 2005, cum laude): Fundamental Properties of Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
  34. Fernando Kuipers (Sep. 2004, cum laude): Quality of Service Routing in the Internet - Theory, Complexity and Algorithms

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