I am a PhD student at the DAMS Lab (data management for data science laboratory) at the Technical University of Berlin under the supervision of Matthias Boehm and Patrick Damme. There I am working on the DAPHNE project.
My research interests lie in the systems programming domain, more specifically, compilers, database systems, and machine learning systems.
I did my masters at the Technical University of Graz working on an MLIR based compiler for Large-Scale Data Management, HPC and Machine Learning Systems. Before that, I wrote my undergraduate thesis at the Secure Systems group at the IAIK lead by Daniel Gruss, where I implemented new versions of the Spectre attack.
Alongside my studies I have worked as a software engineer and as a teaching assistant at the Institute of Technical Informatics in the area of Embedded Systems.