Marieke Quant
  • Warandelaan 2, Koopmans Building, room K 439

    5037 AB Tilburg

    Netherlands

20012021

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Research interests

Marieke Quant is lecturer in Mathematics and Statistics at the department of Econometrics & Operations Research. Her research field is game theory.

Career

May 2018 - today: Associate Professor Tilburg University

January 2010 - April 2018: Assistant Professor Tilburg University

May 2006- December 2009: Lecturer Tilburg University

September 2005-december 2005: Lecturer Tilburg University

Sept. 2001-May 2006: Ph.D. student Tilburg University
The field of research consists of game theory, dealing with both cooperative and non-cooperative game theory. In particular the research focusses on the use of game theory in operations research problems and bankrupt situations.

Teaching

Lecture notes developed:

  • Linear and dynamical systems (with Peter Borm)
  • Inleiding in de speltheorie, in Dutch for highschool students (with Elleke Janssen and Herbert Hamers)
  • Inleiding in de financiële wiskunde in Dutch for highschool students (with Elleke Janssen and Herbert Hamers)

Excellent teacher TiSEM in 2013-2018 for several courses in both Mathematics and Statistics.

Teaching experience: coordinator of Inleiding Data-Analyse and wiskunde. Lecturer of e.g. Introduction Data-Analysis, Mathematics, Introduction analysis and probability theory, Statistics for several programs.

 

Current courses

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External positions

Tournament Director (Nederlandse Bridge Bond)

1 Jan 2018 → …

Keywords

  • Cooperative Game Theory
  • Mathematics
  • Game Theory

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