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Curriculum Vitae Floris Thomas Jaap Verbeek

Personal Details:

First name(s): Floris Thomas Jaap

Last name: Verbeek

Date of birth: 01 November 1985 Nationality: Dutch

NZ visa status: Permanent resident

Gender: Male

Marital status: Single

Children: None

Health: Excellent

Languages: English: fluent

Dutch: fluent (mother tongue) Contact details:

Address: 397A Leith Street Central Postal code: 9016

City/Country: Dunedin, New Zealand Telephone: +64 21 162 4884

Email: thomverbeek@gmail.com

Website: www.thomasverbeek.com Profile

Computer Science Masters student. Software developer, 3D artist, web designer. Good sense of humour, innovative thinking, versatile skill set, eagerness to learn, work well in a team, patient, perseverant, cope well under stress.

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Key Skills

Software development, 3D modelling and animation, web design. Portfolio available at www.thomasverbeek.com

Languages:

• C, C++, Objective C (iOS and Mac OS) • OpenGL • Java • MySQL • PHP • Javascript/JQuery • Actionscript/Flash • AJAX • HTML and CSS Tools:

• 3D Graphics: Blender, Maya, 3DS Max

• Software Development: Cocoa for Mac OS and iOS, OpenGL, XCode, Visual Studio

• Adobe Creative Suite, GIMP Platforms:

• Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Linux

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Employment History

June 2012 - today Waterboy

Upcoming Sports App Dunedin, New Zealand

Website: www.waterboyapp.com Position: Lead iOS developer

Responsibilities: Currently under negotiations November 2008 - today Areo

Photorealistic Rendering Research Company Dunedin, New Zealand

Website: www.areograph.com Position: Software developer, 3D artist

Responsibilities:

• I worked for the Areo Cinematic Games division as a software developer, coding for

the episodic crime game series 'Casebook' - Demo, Episode I, II & III. Minigame developer, engine developer and tester. Windows, Visual Studio 2005, C++, Lua, Actionscript 2.0.

• I worked for the Areo Simulation division as a software developer, coding for their

in-house point cloud manipulation and renderer tool AreoPlayer. Windows, Visual Studio 2005, C++, Python, QT. This included working on the development of a touch-screen booth application (Virtual Smith Gallery) for the Otago Settlers Museum in Dunedin, New Zealand. (www.otago.settlers.museum/explore/virtual-museum)

• I’ve reconstructed 3D models and scenes using Areograph technology for technical

demos and products. Windows, Blender, Areograph technology, Python.

• Areo received United Nations World Summit Awards for creativity and innovation in

ICT for Casebook (2009) and Areograph technology (2011).

• Currently part-time employee due to Masters thesis commitments.

July 2011 – September 2011 Too Hard Basket Ltd.

Software Development Agency Rooftop Level, Forsyth Barr House

165 Stuart Street, Dunedin 9012, New Zealand Website: www.toohardbasket.com

Position: Contract software developer Responsibilities:

• Contract iOS development for the augmented reality app discovAR

(www.discovar.in): a real-time Augmented Reality iPhone app for discovering Dunedin Heritage and Art. XCode, iOS, Objective C, Cocoa Touch. Fixing bugs and implementing small features.

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February 2010 – June 2011 University of Otago

New Zealand Tertiary Institution

PO Box 56, Dunedin 9054, New Zealand Website: www.otago.ac.nz

Position: Lab Demonstrator

Responsibilities:

• Teaching introduction and advanced web development and digital media courses for COMP112 and COMP212 in Summer School, Semester 1 and Semester 2.

• Skills taught include HTML, CSS, PHP, AJAX, Javascript, Unix and MySQL.

November 2009 – March 2010 University of Otago

New Zealand Tertiary Institution

PO Box 56, Dunedin 9054, New Zealand Website: www.otago.ac.nz

Position: Summer Internship Researcher Responsibilities:

• Developed a virtual hang glider simulator, which included a physical steel frame with suspended harness; a hemispherical domed screen with domed projection mirror distortion; a virtual navigated landscape with camera tracking and hang glider physics. • Developed using XCode, OpenGL and C++ on Mac OS X.

• Featured at the Otago University International Science Festival 2010, Otago Museum ASPAC Conference 2010; 2 page interview in Apple University Consortium

Magazine: Wheels For The Mind, Summer 2010

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Educational History

March 2010 – today University of Otago

New Zealand Tertiary Institution

PO Box 56, Dunedin 9054, New Zealand Website: www.otago.ac.nz

Degree: Masters of Science (Computer Science) – Thesis finalist

February 2006 – November 2009 University of Otago

New Zealand Tertiary Institution

PO Box 56, Dunedin 9054, New Zealand Website: www.otago.ac.nz

Degree: Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) – First Class Honours Academic record available on request

Professional Development and achievements:

• Presenter at Apple University Consortium’s CreateWorld Conference in Brisbane, Australia, November 2011. Session title: “Playtime – Student Animation at Otago – A screening and Discussion”.

• Presenter at Apple University Consortium’s /dev/world Conference in Melbourne, Australia, September 2011. Session title: “Introducing the <canvas> element with HTML5”.

• Conference attendee at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, United States, June 2011.

• Developed a 3D animation titled ‘Playtime’, completed in April 2011, which was submitted to various international film festivals and presented at AUC CreateWorld 2011. (www.thomasverbeek.com/playtime)

• Conference attendee at Apple University Consortium’s /dev/world Conference in Melbourne, Australia, September 2010.

• Conference attendee at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, United States, June 2010.

• Recipient of the Apple University Consortium’s Student Developer Scholarship. This included an Apple Macbook Pro, a 1-year Apple Developer Program Membership, 2 scholarships to attend Apple’s WWDC conference in San Francisco, USA and 2 scholarships to attend AUC’s /dev/world conference in Melbourne, Australia. This scholarship was awarded for 2010 and 2011.

• Recipient of the Trigg Memorial Bursary Scholarship 2005, sponsored by the Kaitaia Returned Services Association.

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Hobbies:

Skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, Iaijutsu (Japanese sword fighting), travel, freehand sketching, meeting new people.

References: Mr. Luke Reid Areo - CTO luke@reid.org.nz +64 21 222 1243 Prof. Geoff Wyvill

University of Otago – Senior Lecturer and Project Supervisor geoff@cs.otago.ac.nz

+64 21 022 73268 Prof. Brendan McCane

University of Otago – HOD Department of Computer Science mccane@cs.otago.ac.nz

+64 3 476 7146 Mr. Tony Gray

Apple University Consortium Chair, University of Tasmania a.d.gray@utas.edu.au

+61 3 6226 2956

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