PhD, LMU Munich (Germany), 2011
Mathematical physicist, now in
and industrial r&d…
I am working as a coordinator for innovation projects at the mechanical engineering company and machine tool builder Gildemeister, where we develop automated optimization methods used for turning and milling machines together with automated process management. As part of the Industry 4.0 initiative we are a member of the it's OWL cluster, where among other things I manage the lead project InVorMa.
Before 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 former research work I’ve a great interest in many other subjects, in particular areas of computer science, algorithms & A.I. and other topics like global economic structures.
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