Judith van Stegeren received both the BSc degree (2013) in Computer Science and MSc degree (2015) in Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science from Radboud University Nijmegen. She is currently working as a PhD Candidate at the University of Twente (UT) in Enschede. Prior to joining the research group Human Media Interaction of the UT in 2018, she worked as a digital security specialist at the Dutch National Cyber Security Centre in the Hague. Her research interests include natural language processing, procedural content generation for video games, computational creativity, digital forensics and formal methods.


  • "Word embeddings as knowledge base for flavour text generation", CLIN29, Groningen. January 31, 2019. [slides]
  • "Natural language generation for games", Qualifier talk, Enschede. September 3, 2018.
  • "Searching for scientific literature like a pro", #RU Colleges, Nijmegen. June 15, 2018. [slides] [search log .odt] [search log .doc] [scopus csv example]
  • "The incident response toolkit. The stuff they don't teach you in school." Security in Organisations, TRU/e security. November 13, 2017. [slides]
  • "Breaking the bank. Tracing defacers through a company network." Reflectie & Beroepsorientatie, Radboud University, Nijmegen. May 2, 2017. [slides]
  • "Getting started with malware analysis." #RU Colleges, Nijmegen. 2 November 2016. [slides]
  • "The Future of IT - Shaping a Secure Society", panel participant. NRC Carrière Café, Jaarsbeurs Utrecht. 15 September 2016.