|Who the f*ck is Alice?
Trying to reach me?
|I don't know who Alice is... But if you want
to know something about me this could be the right place for you. Since
some of you asked, here's a more recent picture of me:
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what the heck.
If you expect an answer please send plain text emails.
HTML-formatted mails will be dumped automatically.
|2.||Date of Birth|
- Setting Orange, the 63rd day of The Aftermath in
the YOLD 3137
- 1982-1991 Attended the Wentzinger Gymnasium in Freiburg/Brsg.
(see the Alumni List for
other members of the Class of 91)
Abitur (matriculation standard) received in 1991
- 1991-1997 Study of computer science
(major) and electrical engineering (minor)
at TU München (Germany)
Received the Diploma Degree (comparable to M.S.) in April 1997.
- 1993-1995 Student Tutor for the practical course "Technical Basics of Computer Science" (TGI)
- 1995-1996 Part time employment at Connection Universe GmbH, Munich, Germany
- 1996-1998 Trainee at AMD GmbH, Munich, Germany, and Vantis GmbH, Munich, Germany
- 1997-1998 Guest Scientist at TU München, Chair for Computer
Technology and Organization (LRR-TUM)
- 1998 Field Application Engineer for Programmable Logic Devices at
Vantis GmbH, Munich,
- 1998-2003 Research Assistant at TU München, Chair for
Computer Technology and Organization (LRR-TUM)
- Apr 2001 Training on the Trimaran Simulator Infrastructure at
Georgia Institute of Technology, CREST/Prof. Krishna Palem, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- Sep/Oct 2001 Internship at Agere Systems, Murray Hill, NJ,
- Dec 2002 Received Doctorate Degree (Dr. rer. nat.) magna cum
- Apr-Dec 2003 Security Architect and Circuit Designer at Agere Systems, Holmdel, NJ, USA;
member of the Digital Communication Architectures and Software group
(Supervisor: Nevin Heintze) within the Advanced Technology division; Guest
Scientist at TU München, Chair for Computer Technology and Organization
- since Jan 2004 Scientist at Univ. Karlsruhe (TH), Chair for
Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing (CAPP); Guest Scientist
at TU München, Chair for Computer Technology and Organization (LRR-TUM)
See my University pages for details
on my research work, publications, and complete curriculum.
|5.||Hobbies & Addictions|
- music, reading, writing, computers, riding my motor bike (Yamaha