Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Computing and Information Sciences of the Radboud University Nijmegen.
dr. ir. Tom Claassen is assistant professor at the Institute for Computing and Information Sciences of the Radboud University Nijmegen. After completing his physics studies at the UT and a stint in the IT industry he obtained his PhD on ‘Causal Discovery and Logic’ with cum laude distinction at the RU. His current research focuses on novel causal discovery methods and their application to real-world experiments. He is currently involved in the EU-FP7 projects MATRICS and Aggressotype, and the AI for Health program with the Radboudumc.
Tom has been an avid gamer all his life, from his first ZX81 at the age of 13, through PCs and laptops, all the way to today’s mobile apps. Personal favourites include old school FPS games like Doom/Quake, Halo, and Return to Castle Wolfenstein, as well as RTS games like Starcraft/Warcraft, but also more recent ‘sillies’ like Hearthstone and Pokemon/Jurassic World Alive.