Currently, I am working on certification protocols for machine learning systems in safety-critical domains; first in aerospace, but with future plans for medical, finance, and public policy. To progress with this task, I have been fortunate to join the Stanford Intelligent Systems Lab. If you’re around Stanford and are interested in talking to me, let’s have a coffee!
My background is in computational mathematics, both theory and implementation, and mathematical optimization, which I applied to process systems optimization during my time at CMU. I have also worked in robotics, including embedded control, motion planning and autonomous navigation.
Prior to moving to Palo Alto I have lived in Aachen, Pittsburgh, Stuttgart, Zürich, and in my hometown Holtum. I love traveling and have traversed Vietnam and Peru by motorcycle (highly recommended), and backpacked through parts of Mexico (come for the party, stay for the nature and food). I am also an avid ballroom dancer and current vice-president of Stanford’s competitive ballroom team, currently dabbling in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and was fencing state-champion in Westphalia (NRW) during my teens.
Check out my CV.
PhD at Stanford Intelligent Systems Lab, ongoing
Stanford University, USA
MSc in Computational Science and Engineering, 2019 - 2022
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Research visit in Combinatorial Optimization, 2018 - 2019
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
BSc in Computational Engineering Science, 2015 - 2018
RWTH Aachen, Germany