Short Bio

I studied Engineering Cybernetics at the OvGU Magdeburg in Germany. During my studies I spent one year at UBC in Vancouver, Canada, working with Guy Dumont and six month at LTH in Lund, Sweden, working with Anders Rantzer. I did my PhD within the Control Systems Group at TU Berlin working with Jörg Raisch, with repeated visits to the Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory at UCLA working with Paulo Tabuada. I then joined MPI-SWS in Kaiserslautern as a Post-doctoral researcher working with Rupak Majumdar.

In Fall 2020 I received an Emmy Noether Grant to establish my own research group which was hosted by MPI-SWS in Kaiserslautern. Since July 2023 I am a tenure-track faculty member at the same institute. My group receives additional external funding from the German Science Foundation (DFG) through the Emmy Noether Programme  and the Transregional Collaborative Research Center “Foundations of Perspicuous Software Systems”  where I co-lead the project on “Distributed Knowledge and Information Flow” with Bernd Finkbeiner (CISPA).