Hi! My name is Anneroos, and I am a creative mathematician. Besides my current work as a Data Scientist, I like juggling, dancing and making web games. If you would like to see my CV, you can find it here. Feel free to send me an email at email@example.com or contact me through LinkedIn.
Below you can see some of my projects, games and interests.
Since December 2012 I have been regularly participating in Ludum Dare - a game making competition in which you make a small (web) game from scratch in one weekend, alone or in a team. At the start of the event a theme is announced, after which you have 72 hours to come up with a brand new game. Besides programming, this also includes making the art, designing the elvels, composing music and making sound effects.
Unfortunately, these games are not intended for mobile phones. Best played in Chrome or Firefox. Also, the older games can be a bit buggy.
In this small game, you juggle with your life. Keep on breathing while avoiding obstacles and pushing deadlines.
LD 46: 'Keep it alive', April 2020.
In this challenging and soothing game, you can play around with a leaf. Where will it take you?
LD 45: 'Start with nothing', October 2019.
As a piggy bank, your life is all about money. You need money to get higher up, but you also need money to extend your life. So choose wisely as you climb.
LD 44: 'Your life is currency', April 2019.
This game is about your personal space, your aura. Sometimes, you don't like other people to get too close, and you just want to scream: give me some space!
LD 42: 'Running out of space', August 2018.
The goal in this puzzle game is to connect the balls with a limited number of lines. Can you finish all the levels?
My first game that I made on my own, 2013.
In this local two-player game, two robots race to find the most pairs of chips. Along the way they will find upgrades, portals and attacks.
LD 41: 'Combine two incompatible genres', April 2018.
The black hole at the bottom of the ocean is hungry! And she has very specific wishes too. Bring her the correct types and amounts of sacrificial plankton before your opponent does and before she changes her appetite.
LD 43: 'Sacrifices must be made'. December 2018.
It's well past bedtime when a low rumble rolls through the streets of Friedrichshafen. Hindenboxer, a monster from ancient times, has awoken! Exploding zeppelin pilots scramble to combat the menace, but do they have what it takes?
Music by Otto Roth.
LD 33:'You are the Monster', 2015.
Do you also have some stuff lying around in boxes that you haven't looked at for years?
In this game you have to combine speed with memory. Can you find all the items in time?
Music by Otto Roth.
LD 40: 'The more you have the worse it is', 2017.
Prepare your sheep! Distribute a given number of actions over your sheep to get them to the flower.
Mini LD 55: 'Preparation'. 2014
Congratulations with your new job at Intergalactic Express! It's your job to deliver packages to neighboring planets. Make sure you visit every planet at least once. As fuel is expensive, you only get just enough fuel for each mission. Good luck!
LD 30: 'Connected Worlds', August 2014.
A hardcore 1.5-player platformer in which you climb to the top of a pyramid to reach the tomb of your ancestors. Along the way there are three relics to collect.
LD 37: 'One Room', December 2016.
Far, far away, in the remote hills of a wealthy Kingdom, the Royal Treasury lies hidden between the trees. Skreen the Dragon has been chained to the entrance to guard the King's gold. Adventurers from all eight corners of the Kingdom come to search for it. Can you guard the treasury?
LD 31: 'Entire Game on One Screen', December 2014.
Bubble Becky is a short innovative platformer. Move yourself through four unique levels with your magnificent bubblegum skills, and beat the final boss. Overthrow the robot government for justice!
LD 32: 'An Unconventional Weapon'. Special Guest: Daniel the Pixel Artist! April 2015.
Turn mountains into masterpieces with Leonardo's ingenous flying sculpting machine.
LD 36: 'Ancient Technology', August 2016.
Two caterpillars play each other in a riveting soccer match. It's a two-players-on-one-keyboard game, but you're welcome to hurt your brain by trying to play both sides.
With pixel artist Daniel.
Mini LD 58: 'Pong', March 2015.
In the year 2078, a giant meteor storm threatens Earth.
Swedish engineer Grimbald Horrmang invents a robot to retrieve precious metals from the rain of fiery death: SODEFJUKEL.
LD 26: 'Minimalism', April 2013.
Aarrrhhhh! Battle her majesty's finest and plunder gold to your black heart's content!
LD 28: 'You only get one', December 2013.
You are Ninox, the bringer of Darkness! In this puzzle game, your job is to black out the world, one level at a time. You have to use the switches for this, but beware of the spikes - the darkness can be treacherous!
Our first game! originally made in Python.
LD 25: 'You are the villain', December 2012.
In this single-serving slow-paced tactical game of thievery, you program 3 robots in order to steal a magic potato. The robots only have power for 10 seconds, so plan accordingly.
LD 27:'10 seconds', August 2013.
In this very primitive drawing game, you can only draw using white and black circles. Let this restriction feed your creativity, and build your own snowman!
Play with the variables and draw pretty patterns!
Below you can find my theses. You can find my publications here.
During my PhD, I have studied the disturbance decoupling problem for linear multi-modal systems. We also studied the fault detection and isolation problem for bimodal systems and for systems defined over graphs. Finally, we studied a nonlinear consensus protocol with arbitrary sign-preserving nonlinearities.
"From finite automata to power series and back again."
Given a finite q-automaton over F_q with m states, what can we say about the algebraic degree of the corresponding algebraic power series over F_q? Conversely, given an algebraic power series of algebraic degree d, can we bound the size of a generating minimal automaton?
"Automorphism groups of cyclic codes."
Codes are used to store and send information. In this thesis we prove that the automorphism group of the binary Hamming code of length n = 2m − 1 is isomorphic to GL(m, 2). Next, we consider some transitive subgroups of S_n and give an application of automorphism groups to the minimum weight of a code.