2007: Diplom-Mathematiker (MSc in mathematics) from Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen; supervised by Prof. Dr. Tomas Sauer
2007–2009: Embedded software developer in the industry
2009–2011: PhD student, supervised by Prof. Dr. Rita Loogen; group focus: programming languages and parallelism; my research: algorithmic skeletons, quality measures, computer algebra
10.2011: PhD from Philipps-University in Marburg; thesis in parallel functional programming for computer algebra algorithms
01.2012–04.2012: Lehrbeauftragter (Lecturer) at Philipps-University in Marburg
2011–04.2012: Postdoctoral researcher under Prof. Dr. Michael Guthe at Philipps-University in Marburg; group focus: 3D graphics; my research: optimisation of camera placement in 3D scenes
05.2012–09.2012: Postdoctoral pesearcher under Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Lipari at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa; this university is ranked best Italian university by Academic Ranking of World Universities, acquired first place in Italy by h-index ranking; group focus: scheduling and real-time systems; my research: scheduling, optimisation, and quality measures, e.g., physical similation of scheduling problems, this involves optimisation
10.2012–: Postdoctoral researcher (Akademischer Rat) under Prof. Dr. Michael Guthe at University of Bayreuth
J. Berthold, M. Dieterle, O. Lobachev, and R. Loogen. “Parallel FFT with Eden skeletons.” In V. Malyshkin, editor, PaCT 2009: 10th International Conference on Parallel Computing Technologies, LNCS 5698, pages 73-83. Springer-Verlag, 2009. Extended version.
J. Berthold, M. Dieterle, O. Lobachev, and R. Loogen. “Distributed memory programming on many-cores – a case study using Eden divide-&-conquer skeletons.” In K.-E. Grosspitsch, A. Henkersdorf, S. Uhrig, T. Ungerer, and J. Haehner, editors, Workshop on Many-Cores at ARCS ’09 – 22nd International Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems 2009, pp. 47-55. VDE-Verlag, 2009.