„Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.
The important thing is to not stop questioning.“

Albert Einstein (1870-1955)

Before I joined the Robert Bosch GmbH, I was working as a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, supervised by Prof. Ullrich Steiner in the Thin Films and Interfaces Group. The group recently moved to the Adolphe Merkle Institute in Fribourg, Switzerland. My research which I continued to do in Cambridge focused on inorganic and hybrid optoelectronics, in particular on sensitized solar cells using antimony sulfide and perovskite as absorber materials and antimony sulfoiodide for photodetector applications.

since 2017
Development Engineer at the Robert Bosch GmbH
2013 - 2017
PhD programme at the University of Cambridge
2012 - 2013
Master's research project at the University of Cambridge with Prof. Dr. Ullrich Steiner (ERASMUS Internship)
2011 - 2013
Master of Science at the FAU Erlangen
2011 - 2012
Bachelor's research project and research assistant working on interferometric x-ray imaging at the Physikalische Institut 4 with Prof. Dr. Gisela Anton
2010 - 2011
Project about luminescent und geometrc solar concentrators in the Quantum Photovoltaics Group , Imperial College London (ERASMUS Studentship)
2008 - 2011
Bachelor of Science at the FAU Erlangen


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