Head of LCSC

Building mission-critical destributed linux systems.

I am a highly motivated professional software engineer with that rare mix of initiative, leadership, and a strong engineering ability. I hold a Ph.D. in computational physics – for an awarded work on material sciences – and I have worked in software development for more than a decade.

The Linux Competence and Service Center (LCSC) provides centralized knowledge and solutions for all Linux operating systems used in the DFS.



Electronics and Computers

My interest in information technology spans over 25 years, during which I have worked as a programmer, administrator, integrator, researcher, lecturer, writer and manager in the fields of electronics, physics, material sciences and software development. It is these experiences which currently enable me to manage inter-disciplinary projects. Still, self-criticsm and a strong will to succeed drive me to seek new opportunities daily and to grow from them.



Cybernetics and leadership.

I strive to understand the big picture, and to do the right things right while maintaining the agility to do deep-dives into design and code. I develop strategic ideas. And I enjoy making them real with a great team. I am a challenge seeker and love to bring out the best in the people I work with.