Computer science / Linguistics / Chess
I studied Computational Linguistics in Potsdam, and hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science after working as a researcher in Stuttgart and defending my thesis in Leipzig under the supervision of Andreas Maletti.
I now live in the suburbs of Stockholm and work on problems in the field of Natural Language Processing for a very specific domain.
- Turn a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B into a mobile Internet router
My solution for the off-grid home and the campervan
- Chess in Bucklescript-TEA
A chess-themed tutorial on writing an SPA in OCaml