|1986-1994||High school; last year project: History of the Approximation of Pi|
Studying physics at the Vienna University of Technology
|Summer internship at the Austrian Institute for Food Testing and Research
(Bundesanstalt für Lebensmitteluntersuchung und -forschung): Programming Visual Basic for Applications (Excel)
|Oct. 1996 -|
Tutor in the beginners' computer course (EDV Proseminar) at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.
Preparation of the section on magnetism for the "virtual exhibition" of the Austrian Academy of Science celebrating its 150th anniversary.
Attendance at the 7th joint MMM-Intermag conference in San Francisco.
|March 1998 -|
Research assistant in the research group of J Fidler. In a Brite/EuRam project on remanence enhanced magnets we have studied the interaction of magnetic particles in bonded magnets by computer simulations.
Attendance at the EMMA '98 conference in Zaragoza, contribution of a paper and presentation of a poster.
Attendance at the HMM '99 symposium in Perugia, contribution of a paper and oral presentation.
|Oct. 13, 1999||
I have finished my studies of "Technical Physics" with my diploma thesis Micromagnetic Simulation of Thermally Activated Switching in Fine Particles and I have graduated "with excellence".
|Jan. 3 -|
Sept. 2, 2000
For eight months I have done the compulsory military service in the Austrian Armed Forces. I have been trained as a medical soldier. For 6 months I have been rewriting and improving a Microsoft Access database to manage the patients in a military hospital.
|Sept. 2000 -|
I am a Ph.D. student and research assistant in the research group of Josef Fidler and Thomas Schrefl. I am participating in a project of the European Union on "Novel hard magnetic materials for high temperature applications (HITEMAG)".
|Nov. 26, 2001 -|
Feb. 28, 2002
Seagate Technology has offered me a short term internship at their research department in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. I continue working in the field of numerical micromagnetics, of course with an emphasis on magnetic recording media.
|August 14-16, 2002|
|March 19, 2003||
I have completed my dissertation Scalable Parallel Micromagnetic Solvers for Magnetic Nanostructures and finished my studies at the Vienna University of Technology.
|March 30 -|
April 3, 2003
|July 27 -|
August 1, 2003
|Sept. 2003 - Jan. 2005|
|January 5-9, 2004|
|August 10, 2004||
Invited talk at the NAPMRC 2004 conference in Boulder, CO, USA, on "Micromagnetic Modeling of Head Field Rise Time for High Data-Rate Recording". The paper will be published in a special issue of "IEEE Transactions on Magnetics".
|January 24, 2005|
|April 5, 2005||
Invited talk at the Intermag 2005 conference in Nagoya, Japan, on "Micromagnetic Simulation of High Speed Head Dynamics in Perpendicular Recording". The paper will be published in a special issue of "IEEE Transactions on Magnetics".
|Oct. 30 - Nov. 3, 2005|
|April 2, 2008||Promotion to research manager at Seagate Research in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.|
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