Hi, I'm a computer scientist from Germany. I have been interested in Software Engineering and Web Development for over a decade now. Thats why I chose to major in Computer Science and received a B.Sc. and M.Sc. from the University of Würzburg in the years 2013 and 2016. Currently I am a Software Engineer and Executive Director of Olyro. We develop Knowledge-based systems and Mobile Solutions for law firms, medical companies , universities and other companies. Use the contact formular below or the various listed social media outlets if you want to get in touch with me.
My main areas of interest are programming languages and paradigms, Computer Graphics (especially offline rendering) and Software Engineering (with a focus on Performance Engineering). See my paper on a QPN to LQN transformation published in the Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science for more details on my work. I'm interested in the full technology stack starting with hardware description languages and assembler on the low end and web development and model transformations on the upper end.
Tough performance requirements are challenges I have always been interested in. From inline assembler and C++ intrinsics all the way up to advanced statistics and queuing theory. I have gathered the necessary tools to optimize modern software systems in a variety of different areas.
Computer Graphics is a subject close to my heart. In the early years I focused on real-time rendering using DirectX and OpenGL. I later moved to offline rendering and 3D modeling. I'm interested in the content creation (using tools like Blender, ZBrush and Houdini Side Effects) as well as the technical aspects of rendering (ray/path tracing, MLT etc.)
A few selected projects that might be interesting. See my github profile for more projects.
CryptoGraph is an experimental social network that is able to deliver messages using an end-to-end encryption. It is web based and supports multiple devices of every user at the same time.
This password generator generates service passwords from a master password (hash based derivation). The generated password is based on the full name of the creator, a master password, the service name and a counter (in case the original password is compromised).
UniWueMensa is an Android Application that displays the latest cafeteria menu from the University of Wuerzburg as a swipeable list. Furthermore it reads the remaining credit on the student ID via NFC.