Education

 

 

 

2008-present Student, Mechanical Engineering,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
  2005-present Student, Mechanical Engineering,
Universität Stuttgart
  1998-2005 Abitur (higher education entrance qualification),
Carl-Friedrich-Gauß-Gymnasium, Frankfurt (Oder)
(mathem.-nat.-techn. Richtung) (secondary school)

Experience

   
  08/2009-present Teaching Assistant,
Professor Michael Zinn and Professor Nicola Ferrier,
ME 240 - Dynamics,
University of Wisonsin-Madison
  08/2008-present Research Assistant,
Professor Dan Negrut,
Simulation Based Engineering Laboratory,
University of Wisonsin-Madison

 

03/19/2007 –
04/13/2007
internship,
Arcelor Eisenhüttenstadt GmbH,
 co-op program mechanical engineering in the field of heat treatment, tool and fixture construction and maintenance
  07/18/2005 –
09/09/2005
internship,
DaimlerChrysler AG in Sindelfingen,
 pre-study industrial practical mechanical engineering
  06/05/2001 –
06/22/2001
internship,
IHP - Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics in
Frankfurt (Oder),
 comparison between the theoretical and the real process pass-through time of different production lots

Personal Skills and Competences

   
    German mother tongue
English in speech and writing
Spanish in speech and writing
Swedish basic knowledge
  since 08/2002 trainer C-license in swimming
attendance at international competitions
“BILKA SWIM CUP“ Danish International Swim Cup Esbjerg,
Luxembourg Masters Open
  09/2001-
06/2005
music school Frankfurt (Oder), acoustic guitar,
2003, elementary level with very good success
2005, medium level one with very good success

Memberships

   
  2008 - present member of the Hoofer Sailing Club (Madison)
  2006-2009 swimmer and trainer of the swimming club SC Möhringen (Stuttgart)
  since 1994 swimmer and trainer of the swimming club ESV 1948 e.V.
( Frankfurt (Oder) )
  since 2009 student member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  2005-2006 member of the German Physical Society (DPG)
  2008-2009 DAAD sholarship

 

since 2005 e-fellows.net scholarship