Hi, my name is Bas. I am a: Python and open-source enthusiast, Ph.D. in theoretical quantum mechanics, and full-time nerd. I live in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Here (or here ) are some pretty pictures that I took, this is where I did my Ph.D., I work at Microsoft Quantum , and see my LinkedIn for some technical details on my daily activities.
PhD in computational Quantum Mechanics, 2020
MSc in Applied Physics, 2015
BSc in Applied Physics, 2012
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Open-source, see my GitHub profile
home-assistant-macbook-touch-bar: Displaying sensors and controlling IoT devices using the Macbook Pro’s touch bar 🤖💻
thesis-cover: each unique copy is designed using quantum simulation data, neural networks, machine learning, and Python
yaml2bib: Convert a readable
yaml file with DOIs only to a properly formatted BibTeX file. 📃
adaptive: tools for adaptive parallel sampling of mathematical functions to speed up simulations by orders of magnitude ⚙️
instacron: Instagram for the lazy - automatically upload a photo to Instagram with autogenerated caption containing #hashtags, a quote, and camera information 📸🌅
Tying Quantum Knots. An online course for which I wrote a lot of code. See the course website which is generated using these Jupyter notebooks.
adaptive-scheduler: Run simulations adaptively on many cores (>10k) and easily manage starting and restarting using
Many things in my house are automated using the Python Home Assistant framework. I’ve built some interseting automations and app, see my config files and AppDaemon apps 🏠 🤖
ipynb’s output on each commit to keep a clean history. Not very smart but very useful 🤖
crypto-bot: an async cryptocurrency bot using
websockets and mad triangular arbitrage trading strategies ♲💵
hpc05: a thin wrapper around
ipyparallel to easily start workers remotely on a HPC cluster 🖥
I enjoy traveling and photography.
The best photos I would like to to share with the world, however, the problem is that I am to lazy too do so, therefore I wrote a program (
instacron ) that will do that job for me.
It takes a photo and adds: a random quote, camera and location info, and #hashtags related to the photo.