I studied computer science at the RWTH Aachen University with a focus on Human Computer Interaction and Wireless Sensor Networks.
During this time I worked as a student assistent at The Media Computing Group in the area of deeply embedded electronics and helped the Institute of Transport Science rebuild their railway signalling lab. I also programmed autonomous robots for the Eurobot competition as a member of the RoboterClub Aachen e.V..
During my 2+ years at Arm, I worked as an Embedded Software Engineer on mbed OS core and HAL, as well as uVisor, a device security layer for Cortex-M microcontrollers, and the arm-none-eabi-gcc toolchain, and co-authored three patents. I have expert knowledge on and experience with all M-profile architectures (v6-M, v7-M and v8-M).
I'm currently back at university studying and working (again) on the VIA railway signalling lab where I'm designing and manufacturing a highly modular 1:32 scale signals system made of PCBs and 3D prints.
I love all kinds of engineering and technology, especially aviation, railways and robotics. Make my day by sharing about your expert knowledge!
I maintain a C++20 barebone embedded library generator called modm which can generate custom HALs for thousands of different AVRs and Cortex-M devices.
My other projects are hosted on GitHub too.
At the DLR Software Engineering Workshop 2018 I gave the keynote about Improving Embedded Software with Data Science.