During my study at Heidelberg University, I focused on combinatorial optimisation, complexity theory, and the theoretical aspects of informatics.
Since 2017, I work as a scientific staff member in the "Decentralised Systems and Network Services" research group of Prof. Hartenstein. Within KASTEL, my area of research encompasses decentralised consensus systems and their use as a platform for establishing consensus over time and/or resource-intensive tasks. Within this context, I am also interested in the game-theoretic aspects that are indispensible for an actual implementation.
|since 2017||Scientific staff member in the Distributed Systems and Network Services Research Group, Institute of Telematics.|
|2013 – 2016||Master of Science in Applied Computer Science at Heidelberg University. Thesis: "Aggressive Reduction on the Quadratic Knapsack Problem" at the Discrete and Combinatorial Optimization research group.|
|2008 – 2013||Bachelor of Science in Applied Computer Science at Heidelberg University. Thesis: "Heuristic Methods for the Optimum Communication Spanning Tree Problem" at the Discrete and Combinatorial Optimization research group.|
|2006||Abitur at Helmholtz-Gymnasium, Heidelberg.|