I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Computational Quantum Field Theory (CQT) group at the University of Leipzig.
My research here is focused on computer simulations of polymer systems using advanced parallel programming techniques such as CUDA, OpenCL and multithreading. The thermodynamical behavior of polymers interacting with nano-structures such as tubes and the study of their conformational phases are subject of those simulations.
I was awarded the degree of "Diplom-Physiker" from the University of Leipzig in 2010. After that I have worked at Forschungszentrum Jülich. In August 2013 I was awarded the degree of "PhD" from the University of Georgia.
You can find a list of my published work under Publications.