I'm a German engineer living in Hamburg, mostly working on engineering software, 3D engines and tools.
Currently I’m a stress engineer at Airbus, working on a future aircraft development environment and special engineering software. Previously, I was involved in the development of the aircraft A350. At that time I supported my colleagues with essential computations for optimization and design of the primary aircraft structure.
Originally, I was a craftsman, started second-chance education and graduated with a state-certified technician degree. Later, I studied civil engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Lausitz (nowadays BTU) and graduated with an excellent diploma thesis. After my studies I worked at GNS as a crash simulation engineer for interesting car crash projects of company Audi.
Besides programming I keep fit with Shinson Hapkido, a kind of martial arts. And if there is time left, I like reading or watching science fiction.