Bram Cappers
General
Name: B.C.M. (Bram) Cappers MSc.
Position: PhD Student Data Visualization
Address: Eindhoven University of Technology. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. Visualization group. De Rondom 70, Room MF 4.060, 5600 MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Phone: +31 (0)40 247 8863
E-mail: b.c.m.cappers@tue.nl
Curiculum Vitae

An offline version of my Curiculum Vitae can be downloaded here

Current career

Currently, I am a PhD student at the Eindhoven University of Technology under supervision of prof. dr. ir. Jarke J. van Wijk (Visualization Group) and prof. dr. ir. Sandro Etalle (Security Group) in cooperation with TNO, SynerScope, and Security Matters. I achieved both my bachelors and masters degrees at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) (both with honors). I completed my master in the area of software engineering (in particular Language engineering). My thesis was on exploring and visualizing the Generalized LL Parsing algorithm.

Education
Period Position Activity
2014-Present

Eindhoven University of Technology
PhD Candidate
I am a PhD candidate in the Visualization group in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. Project SpySpot
2012-2014

Eindhoven University of Technology
MSc. in Computer Science & Engineering
Program: Computer Science & Engineering. Specialization in Software Engineering, Formal methods, Model Driven Engineering, and Visualization
Achievements: - Cum Laude, current average 8.9 out of 10.0
Specialization: - Software Engineering & Technology
-Visualization
Extracurriculum Activities: - Participated in the TU/e Honors Program
2009-2012

Eindhoven University of Technology
BSc in Computer Science
Achievements: - Cum Laude, current average 8.0 out of 10.0
Major: - Computer Science & Engineering
Minor: - Connecting Intelligence (Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Graduation project: - Design and development of DiTriS: a cross-platform distributed information triple store database with a team consisting of eight students.
- Participated in the full development cycle and primarily involved in requirements engineering, system design, and development.
Miscellaneous
Period Position Activity
2016-Present

IEEE Symposium on Visualization for CyberSecurity
Progam Committee member
More information on VizSec 2016.
2016-Present

T.i.M.e.S. foundation
Team member/Volunteer
Volunteer in the development and organization of a (semi-)yearly gaming events of up to 300 people. More information on TiMeS.
Professional experience
Period Position Activity
2016-Present

Motto Communications
Researcher
Additional information: - Internship to develop new visualization techniques for the detection of toll fraud in VoIP traffic. More information on Motto.
2009-2014

Development enterprise information system VKW
Lead software architect & developer
Working hours: - Residual time besides eduction (varies)
Additional information: - Tailor made information system for maintenance of customer purchasing and caravan repairing.
- Participation in the full development cycle with a team of two programmers.
2011-Present

Freelance Consultancy and Training
Freelance projects
Working hours: - Residual time besides eduction (varies)
Additional information: - Consultant and developer of (excel) automation tools to enhance the interconnectivity of business processes.
- Freelance course designer for applications and techniques/tooling in the area of computer science.
2008-2011

Freelance Web designer
Freelance projects
Working hours: - Residual time besides eduction (varies)
Additional information: - Tailor made websites for (temporary) business activities
Technical information: - Web page design using PHP, Javascript, HTML5, and CSS
2009-2009

Developer
E-business company Softlution - Hasselt, Belgium
Working hours: - 40 hours contract (for a month)
Responsibilities: - Design and development of home webpage Softlution.
- Design and development of automation macros for administrative tasks.
Technical information: - Web page design using HTML templating, CSS, and OpenCMS