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A few words about me...


A few words about me:

I was born in 1964 in Sarstedt a small town near Hanover.

I studied chemistry at the Leibniz University at Hannover and got my PhD in 1994 for programming part of the CIF (Computer Integrated Fermentation) environment, later called RISP (Real-time Integrating Software Platform - sounds better... ;-) at the Institute of technichal Chemistry (TCI); the work was mostly based on fuzzy-logic, databases and networking - but probably anyone with enough patience can finally be promoted... ;-)

Here's my (very short) bibliography for those who are interested:

  • My diplom thesis: Entwicklung einer graphisch orientierten Prozeßvisualisierungstechnik für Fermentationsprozesse
  • and my master thesis: Entwurf und Integration eines anwenderorientierten Fuzzy-Entwicklungssystems in die Prozeßmanagementumgebung RISP Fortschrittsberichte VDI, Reihe 20: Rechnergestützte Verfahren, Nr. 124 (ISBN 3-18-312420-3)

After that, I gave up chemistry and focussed on IT - less poisonous and as much fun... I became IT-system manager at the "Forschungsstelle für Zeitgeschichte des Verfassungsrechts" in the "Deutschen Institut für Föderalismusforschung e.V." (DIF) in Hanover - in memoriam: the Forschungsstelle has been dissolved and the institute merely exists as a name... anyway, greetings to all FZV-veterans, especially Kirsten!

By 1995, I started my job at the Lotterie-Treuhandgesellschaft Hessen and moved to Mainz and after 10 years in the Neustadt, just a fews steps from the river Rhine, I moved to my new home in Bretzenheim, a few kilometers south.
In Wiesbaden, we're responsible for the saturday draw of the german lottery, "6 aus 49". Apart from that, we spent our time on network and database programming (and we don't need the internet for DOS-attacks ;-)

My maininterests are computers, sports (spinning, kiting, volleyball) and of course genealogy.