I'm a physicist, entrepreneur and avid Python enthusiast. During my life as a researcher I worked on building a quantum processor using superconducting qubits (controlled by Python of course).
After finishing my PhD I briefly worked as a data scientist and became very interested in tackling complex problems using large amounts of data and machine learning. Currently I receive a public startup grant from the LMU University of Munich and the German Ministry of Science and Education (BMBF) for developing data-driven algorithms for automated analysis and refactoring of software code (especially Python). I regularly speak at conferences and I'm passionate about open source.