I am a researcher in the Cognitive Assistants group, former Intelligent User Interfaces, at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) in Saarbrücken, Germany. I joined the DFKI in January 2013. Prior to my appointment at DFKI, I already worked as a student assistent in the IUI group at DFKI. I received a Master of Science in Information Systems from Saarland University in December 2012 and conducted my Master Thesis on the topic of Adaptive Process Analysis Based on Environmental Data at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. During my studies, I worked as a student employee in the Test Factory of T‑Systems Enterprise Services GmbH from 2007 to 2008. Between September 2014 and March 2017 I joined the Software Campus program combining scientific leading-edge research with hands-on management practice in an own IT project on process mining in Industrie 4.0. Now, I am responsible for DFKI's part in the BMBF project WALL-ET and the EIT activity SmartDPA. My research interest covers Activity Recognition, Process Mining, and Industrie 4.0.
Basissystem Industrie 4.0 part 2
Developing an open platform for the fourth industrial revolution. Funded by the BMBF.
Warehouse Autonomous Lean Logistics Entity for Transportation
Development of a social transport robot, which can be used in Industrie 4.0 as well as in retail trade of the future. Funded by the BMBF.
Smart digital platform for airport services and resource deployment optimization
A digital platform for airports integrating heterogeneous data streams to enable an overall monitoring of airport services to improve passenger satisfaction. Funded by EIT Digital.