PhD, LMU Munich (Germany), 2011
Mathematical physicist, now in
and industrial r&d…
I am working as a coordinator for innovation projects in the tool manufacturing industry, where we develop automated optimization methods used for turning and milling machines.
Till Sep 2012 I was working as a research scientist in mathematical physics with a strong interest in geometry and computational issues. Over the years my interests turned more to algorithmic questions and general software development.
After completing two diplomas in Physics and Mathematics, I finished my PhD in Mathematical Physics in early 2011 at the Max-Planck-Institute of Physics (MPP) and Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) in Munich, Germany. Then I spent more than a year as a postdoctoral researcher at the Northeastern University in Boston, USA.
Aside from my research work I’ve a great interest in many other subjects, in particular areas of computer science, algorithms & A.I. and other topics like economic structures.
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