About me

I’m an R&D engineer for signal processing at ZF Group.

My background is in electrical engineering and information technology, where I gained excellent theoretical knowledge of communications engineering and signal processing. During extracurricular activities, I successfully took part in several competitions dealing with transmission, reception and parameter estimation of diverse waveforms using GNU Radio. Additionally, the Google Summer of Code program 2016 has provided me with plenty of hands-on experience in C++ and Python while developing a signal analysis toolbox for GNU Radio.

Since the end of 2018, I work as a RADAR signal processing engineer at ZF Group. There, I create concepts for increasing performance and solving singal processing related issues of our RADAR systems. Further, I implement these concepts in Python and C/C++, and evaluate the performance of different algorithms with measurements.

I easily get enthused by tasks about signal processing, devops and software engineering and am constantly looking for new challenges.

Opinions are my own etc.