presentations

selected

invited presentations

“Networks in psychology: idea, application, future directions”. Presentation at Digicomlab, November 2023, University of Amsterdam.

“Network Intervention Analysis: Using network analysis to explore sequential and symptom-specific treatment processes and effects”. Keynote presentation at the Experimental Psychopathology graduate school, December 2022, Driebergen, The Netherlands. [PDF]

“Network approaches to psychopathology: idea, application, future directions”. Presentation for the Brain & Cognition labmeeting, December 2022, Amsterdam.

“Network Intervention Analysis: Using network analysis to explore sequential and symptom-specific treatment processes and effects”. Symposium presentation at the International Conference for Urban Mental Health, October 2022, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. [PDF]

“Een nieuw perspectief op slapeloosheid en depressie: Van symptoom naar systeem” Refereerbijeenkomst Netwerkpsychiatrie GGz Centraal, June 2022, online.

“Changing perspectives on insomnia and depression: From symptoms to system”. Keynote presentation at the New Science of Mental Disorders network meeting, April 2021.

“An introduction to networks in psychology”. Invited workshop for Research Seminar Amsterdam UMC, January 2021.

“Insomnia disorder subtypes derived from life history and traits of personality and affect.” Symposium presentation at German Society for Sleep Medicine, November 2019, Hamburg, Germany.

“Overlapping communities in psychopathology networks.” Invited presentation at Tamas Vicsek lab at the Department of Biological Physics, Eötvös University Budapest, November 2018, Budapest, Hungary.

organised symposia

Chair of the symposium “Behandeling van slapeloosheid ontrafelen” at Slaap2023, December 2023, Arnhem, The Netherlands. Presented “Een uitleg en illustratie van Netwerk Interventie Analyse in het identificeren van sequentiële en symptoom-specifieke behandeleffecten”.

Chair of the “European Insomnia Network session” symposium at the 25th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, September 2020, online. Presented “Predicting, preventing, and alleviating depression: network analyses point towards the primary importance of insomnia”.

other presentations

“Een uitleg en illustratie van Netwerk Interventie Analyse in het identificeren van sequentiële en symptoom-specifieke behandeleffecten”. Symposium presentation at Sleep2023, December 2023, Arnhem, The Netherlands. [PDF]

“Reflections on studying and working in interdisciplinary research”, presentation for the Career Day organised by the VSPA, the student association of Psychology, February 2023.

“Insomnia disorder subtypes derived from life history and traits of affect and personality — a system’s perspective”. Symposium presentation at the World Sleep Congress, March 2022, Rome, Italy.

“Behavioral data science solutions to COVID-19”, partner pitch on behalf of UvA Data Science Centre at ADS Highlights event, December 2021.

“Science versus Corona”, pitch at Data Science Day, UvA Data Science Centre, October 2021.

“Insomnia disorder subtypes and the role of hyperarousal”. Symposium presentation at the 25th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, September 2020, online.

“Novel network intervention and outcome analyses point towards the primary role of insomnia in predicting, preventing, and alleviating depression.” 32nd APS Annual Convention, May 2020, Chicago, United States of America. [cancelled due to the corona virus]

“Voorspellen, voorkomen en verlichten van depressie: nieuwe netwerk analyses wijzen op het primaire belang van insomnie.” Symposium presentation at Slaap2019, November 2019, Ermelo, The Netherlands. [PDF]

“Subtyperen van slapeloosheid toegankelijk voor iedereen.” Symposium presentation at Slaap2019, November 2019, Ermelo, The Netherlands.

“Insomnia heterogeneity and its link to depression: insights from an observational, prospective, and intervention study.” Symposium on ‘Insomnia treatment for preventing cardiovascular diseases and mental disorders’, October 2019, Hannover, Germany.

“The link between insomnia and depression: What we can learn from behaviour, brain structure, and treatment of insomnia.” Neuroscience Symposium at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, October 2019, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

“Insomnia heterogeneity and its link to depression: insights from an observational, prospective, and intervention study.” Interuniversity Graduate School of Psychometrics and Sociometrics summer conference, June 2019, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

“Big data en netwerk interventie analyse onthullen subtypen van slapeloosheid en hoe behandeling op depressieve symptomen aangrijpt.” Symposium presentation at NVvP voorjaarscongres, April 2019, Maastricht, The Netherlands. [PDF]

“Introducing Network Intervention Analysis (NIA) to investigate sequential, symptom-specific treatment effects. A demonstration in co-occurring insomnia and depression.” European Insomnia Network Meeting, December 2018, Oxford, United Kingdom. [PDF]

“Trait and life history profiles reveal stable insomnia subtypes.” Symposium presentation at the 24th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, September 2018, Basel, Switzerland.

“Het Nederlands slaapregister: Hoe het Nederlands slaapregister het mogelijk maakt om subtypen van slapeloosheidte ontdekken.” Slaap 2017, November 2017, Ermelo, The Netherlands.

“Slapeloosheid vanuit een netwerkbenadering: De samenhang tussen dag- en nachtklachten.” Symposium presentation at VGCT najaarscongres, November 2017, Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

“Netwerkbenadering van verschillende subtypen onder slapelozen.” Symposium presentation at VGCT najaarscongres, November 2017, Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

“Insomnia profiles: from heterogeneous insomnia to (more) homogeneous subtypes.” Third Wintersymposium on Sleep, Cognition, and Consciousness, March 2017, Kaprun, Austria.

“Insomnia profiles: preliminary results of a latent class cluster analysis.” European Insomnia Network Meeting, December 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

panel discussion & round table

Moderator of the event and panel discussion “The societal impact of AI and data science” organised by the Data Science Centre of the University of Amsterdam, March 2023, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Selected commentary at the book presentation of “What is a complex system?” by James Ladyman and Karoline Wiesner at the Institute for Advanced Studies, September 2022, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Panel discussion on networks and experimental manipulations at the EPP Lustrum & New Science of Mental Disorders Symposium, July 2022, Maastricht, The Netherlands

posters

“Network Intervention Analysis. Investigating sequential, symptom-specific treatment effects: A demonstration in cooccurring insomnia and depression” 3rd Annual Meeting of the Amsterdam Public Health Research Institute, November 2018, Amsterdam. Awarded second place of the Best Poster Award.

“Robust Insomnia Disorder subtypes revealed by non-sleep-related traits and life history.” NSWO Najaarssymposium, November 2018, VU University, Amsterdam.

“Robust Insomnia Disorder subtypes revealed by non-sleep-related traits and life history.” Post presented at the Annual Meeting Amsterdam Neuroscience, October 2018, Amsterdam.

“Insomnia profiles: from heterogeneous insomnia to (more) homogenous subtypes.” Poster presented at the Summer Conference of the Interuniversity Graduate School of Psychometrics and Sociometrics summer conference, June 2017, KU Leuven, Belgium. Awarded the Best Poster Award.