I’m Janwillem, a computer scientist from Brussels, Belgium.

I develop programming languages and techniques, with a focus on concurrency, parallelism, and distribution. The holy grail is to come up with programming techniques that are easy to use, but can still exploit the performance of parallel systems.

Currently, I’m working as a researcher at Nokia Bell Labs in Antwerp. There, we develop World Wide Streams, a platform for real-time stream processing. About my current work →

Before that, I completed a PhD at the Software Languages Lab of Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium, in which I developed a programming language called Chocola. About my PhD →

You can mail me at [email protected].

Explore my work

  1. I made 610 commits in 6 projects About my projects
  2. I published 142 pages in 7 papers Read my papers
  3. I presented for 291 minutes in 10 talks See my talks
  4. I taught 364 students in 3 courses What I teach

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