I have two main areas of interest. Firstly I am a geophysicist studying earthquake source physics. I use numerical modelling to understand dynamic rupture initiation, directivity and propagation.
Secondly I am a transportation engineer developing software for high temperature thermoscopy and transportation planning. I implement sensors, models, simulations and algorithms in software. I usually work for engineering companies who pose real-world problems and I find solutions and provide software implementations.
The actual programming of my larger projects has been done in C++, C#, Java and Python.
Currently 5 publications available.
Computational Structural Geology
Ruptures jumping step-overs.
Supershear transition in bi-materials.
Franke IOS GmbH
Thermographic monitoring and geometry evaluation of thermal processing units.
Developing web-based software as an Orangequadrat partner.
Past work in software development
Visualising water level data of German rivers and the combined dam water level of SEQwater.
Projects in Transportation Science
Software for traffic volume prediction in medium-sized towns.