My name is Jeroen van den Bos, I am a software engineer and researcher interested in automated digital forensics. My work focuses on developing, applying and evaluating techniques to improve modifiability, runtime performance and scalability of digital forensics software.

I am senior researcher in the forensic software engineering-group at the Netherlands Forensic Institute. Additionally I am professor of automated digital forensics at Zuyd University and I maintain close ties with the software analysis & transformation-group at the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica.


The best way to contact me is through e-mail: jeroen@infuse.org.

I am active on Google Scholar, Twitter and Github.


I regularly review papers for journals and conferences in the areas of both digital forensics and software engineering, including Journal of Digital Investigation.

I am also a PC member for some events, including DFRWS (EU edition in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017), ICSME (Industry Track in 2015), TrustCom (Forensics Track in 2016), ICSE (Practice Track in 2017) and SANER (Industry Track in 2017).


Note: If only a [Link] is provided, a PDF can be downloaded freely from there.

  1. B. Basten, J. van den Bos, M. Hills, P. Klint, A. Lankamp, B. Lisser, A. van der Ploeg, T. van der Storm, J. Vinju, “Modular Language Implementation in Rascal — Experience Report” Science of Computer Programming 114, pp. 7-19. Elsevier, 2015. [Link] [PDF]
  2. J. van den Bos, “Lightweight Runtime Reverse Engineering of Binary File Format Variants.Proceedings of the 2014 Software Evolution Week, IEEE Conference on Software Maintenance, Reengineering and Reverse Engineering (CSMR-WCRE). pp. 367-370. IEEE, 2014. [Link] [PDF]
  3. J. van den Bos, T. van der Storm, “TRINITY: An IDE for The Matrix.Proceedings of the 29th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM). pp. 520-523. IEEE, 2013. [Link] [PDF]
  4. J. van den Bos, T. van der Storm, “A Case Study in Evidence-Based DSL Evolution.Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Modelling Foundations and Applications (ECMFA). LNCS 7949, pp. 207-219. Springer, 2013. [Link] [PDF]
  5. J. van den Bos, T. van der Storm, “Domain-Specific Optimization in Digital Forensics.Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Model Transformation (ICMT). LNCS 7307, pp. 121-136. Springer, 2012. [Link] [PDF]
  6. J. van den Bos, T. van der Storm, “Bringing Domain-Specific Languages to Digital Forensics.Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE). pp. 671-680. ACM, 2011. [Link] [PDF]
  7. L. Aronson, J. van den Bos, “Towards an Engineering Approach to File Carver Construction.Workshop Proceedings of the 35th Annual IEEE International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSACW). pp. 368-373. IEEE, 2011. [Link] [PDF]
  8. J. van den Bos, M. Hills, P. Klint, T. van der Storm, J. Vinju, “Rascal: From Algebraic Specification to Meta-Programming.Proceedings Second International Workshop on Algebraic Methods in Model-based Software Engineering (AMMSE). EPTCS 56. 2011. [Link]
  9. J. van den Bos, R. van der Knijff, “An Open Source Forensic Software Framework for Acquiring and Decoding Data Stored in Electronic Devices.” International Journal of Digital Evidence 4(2). 2005. [PDF]