I’m a computer scientist, software developer and author based in Munich, Germany. My current research is concerned with data-driven destination recommender systems at the Chair of Connected Mobility (Prof. Jörg Ott) at the Technical University of Munich.
Prior to my doctoral studies, I obtained a B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree in Applied Computer Science from the University of Bamberg, Germany with psychology and mathematics as application subjects. During my studies I also spent an ERASMUS year at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at the Vilnius University, Lithuania.
In my last year of Master studies I joined the Distributed Systems Group (Prof. Guido Wirtz) at the University of Bamberg, Germany as a Teaching Assistant teaching advanced programming courses to undergraduate students. Based on this experience, I wrote “Java by Comparison: Become a Java Craftsman in 70 Examples“ together with my former colleagues from Bamberg, Simon Harrer and Jörg Lenhard.