With interests in computer systems aroused early I began studying computer science at Paderborn University in 2009. In 2013 I graduated with a bachelor’s degree after writing my bachelor’s thesis about Secure Storage of Confidential Data in Distributed Revision Control Systems. Afterwards I attended the international master’s degree course in Paderborn, graduating in 2016 with my master’s thesis about Localization and Analysis of Code Paths Suitable for Acceleration using Approximate Computing.
During my studies I worked as a Linux system administrator at the university’s central data center (IMT) for more than four years, administering a couple of hundred virtual machines as well as the underlying virtualization and storage infrastructure. From 2014 on I worked as a student research assistant at the Computer Engineering Group. Since 2016 I am now a research associate at the Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing (PC²) as part of the High-Performance IT Systems Group. Next to my main job, I am managing partner at a small-sized IT company that provides its clients and more than 35,000 end users with web services.
In the context of my studies as well as my work I focus on the topics of approximate computing, parallel computing, IT security and digital hardware design.