Computer Scientist, Dr. rer. nat.
I like to couple theory and application for their mutual benefit, which I set out to do in my PhD thesis. I code in Python, Go, Java, C, C++, and Haskell. I use Latex, git, and GNU/Linux.
I'm on GitHub, LinkedIn, and XING.
From 2008 through 2014, I was a research and teaching assistant at Technische Universität Dresden, working on topics such as programming languages, automata theory, and natural-language processing. I contributed to 8 peer-reviewed publications, assisted 13 courses (including tutorials, lab work, and seminars), and supervised 7 master/diploma theses. I was responsible for Vanda (Haskell) and Vanda Studio (Java) from their inception until I left university in 2014.
When I'm not doing computer science, I try to contribute towards an open, just, and green society. I cherish moderate minimalism. My hobbies include listening to music (ranging from classical to blues to classic rock to dance, if not more), moderate exercise (hiking, bike riding, some yoga), learning, and contemplating life.