|Special Issue Editor||The Knowledge Engineering Review, Special Issue on Adaptive and Learning Agents, 2017|
|Co-chair||8th Adaptive Learning Agents Workshop (ALA) at AAMAS 2016
7th Adaptive Learning Agents Workshop (ALA) at AAMAS 2015
|Co-organiser||Dutch-Belgian Reinforcement Learning workshop, 2013|
|PC member||AAAI 2016, AAMAS 2016/17/18/19, ALA 2013/14, IJCAI 2015/16/17/18/19, MALIC 2016/18, TAROS 2015, PRICAI 2018|
Games – Open Access Game Theory Journal
IEEE Systems Journal
IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics
Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research
|Lecturer||Tutorial on Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning and Dynamics of Learning at the 20th European Agent Systems Summer School in Maastricht, NL, June 2018
Tutorial on Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning and Dynamics of Learning at the 19th European Agent Systems Summer School in Gdansk, Poland, August 2017
Reinforcement Learning tutorial at AAMAS 2016
Multi-agent Reinforcement Learning tutorials at ALA 2014, ECML 2013, and AAMAS 2013
|Local org.||9th European Workshop on Multi-agent Systems (EUMAS 2011), Maastricht, The Netherlands.|
Module Co-ordinator, COMP532 Machine Learning and BioInspired Optimisation, M.Sc, Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool, 2016/17.
Teaching Assistant, Computer Science, introduction to JAVA programming. B.Sc. Knowledge Engineering, Maastricht University, 2013/14, 2012/13, 2011/12.
Teaching Assistant, Theoretical Computer Science, introduction to automata, formal languages, computability, and complexity. B.Sc. Knowledge Engineering, Maastricht University, 2013/12, 2011/12.
Henning Metzmacher (January 2013), “Semi-Automatic 3D Object Extraction from Image Collections”, M.Sc. Artificial Intelligence, Maastricht University.
Bernhard Cleven (October 2012), “Gesture Recognition for Human-Robot Interaction”, M.Sc. Artificial Intelligence, Maastricht University.
Sara van de Moosdijk (June 2012), “The Influence of Risk Preference on Social Dilemmas: Comparing Prisoners’ Dilemma to Stag Hunt”, B.Sc. Knowledge Engineering, Maastricht University.
Jim Hoekstra (Spring 2019), “Learning to Coordinate by Implicit Communication in Hanabi”, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica.
Hugo Heemskerk (Spring 2019), “Curiosity Driven Deep Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning”, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica.
Jasper Bakker & Aron Hammond (Summer 2018), “RLBOA: A Modular Reinforcement Learning Framework for Autonomous Negotiating Agents”, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica.
Chairman, PhD Academy Maastricht, organises social, educative and fun activities for all PhD candidates of Maastricht University, 2013/14.
Social events coordinator, PhD Academy Maastricht, 2012/13.
Chairman, Study Association Incognito, organises social and academic activities for all bachelor and master students at the Department of Knowledge Engineering, Maastricht
Activities Committee member, Study Association Incognito, 2006/07.