Mag. rer. nat.
I have always been interested in the fundamental interconnectedness of all things, so I started my academic endeavors in life sciences. Classical biological approaches are usually bottom-up and deal with the vast complexity and interconnectedness by detangling and isolating the components.
Scientific Computing: a field I stumbled into while expanding my skillset necessary for new interdisciplinary approaches in life sciences. Long story short, I fell in love with the algorithmic and mathematical part of computer sciences. This study offered me a strong mathematical, logical and algorithmic foundation but also the opportunity to dive into high-performance computing, in particular into numerical, parallel and cloud-based approaches.
Data science: a field I ventured into while working in life sciences. As member of one of the research groups that performed a genome-wide tissue specific screen I soon realized modern life science approaches produce far more data than could be transformed into useful knowledge. I bring a refined scientific approach paired with a keen eye for the bigger picture and in-depth algorithmic knowledge.
Honing my skills, gathering experience and earning a living with data science challenges.
Currently looking for an interesting project that would qualify as a diploma thesis in a company or an organization.
Training to become a Guide
Training and completing the pre-requisite tours for the mountain guide entrance exam.