I’m an Information System M.Sc. student at WWU Münster. Here I lay my focus on Software Development, Data Science and Machine Learning. I’ll soon start working on my Master Thesis with a focus on Machine Intelligence and Spare Parts Management.
since 2015 WWU Münster MSc Information Systems
Information Systems Development & Business Intelligence
2013 University of Jyväskylä Semester abroad
Information Security, Cloud Computing
2011 - 2015 University of Osnabrück BSc Information Systems
since 2015 ERCIS Münster Research assistant
Chair for Supply Chain Management and Information Systems
2015 - 2016 ERCIS Münster Research assistant
2014 Inspirion GmbH Internship
IT and Software Development Department
2012 - 2013 University of Osnabrück Research assistant
Chair for Accounting and Information Systems
Link, D., Ling, J., Hoffjann, J., and Hellingrath, B. 2016. A Semi-Automated Content Moderation Workflow for Humanitarian Situation Assessments, International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (IJISCRAM), (8:2), pp. 31–49.
During a university seminar around R development, I co-developed an implementation of NMMSO, a multimodal optimization method.
During the Summer Term 2016, I participated in this project seminar. We took a data-driven approach to identify the Ideal Customer Profile for Hellmann Worldwide Logistics.
As part of my Bachelor Thesis, I developed an application for Google Glass. This app communicates with a simple Java web server (based on OpenCV) and is able to recognize previously saved objects based on provided photos.