I received the Bachelor's degree in 2019 and my Master's degree in 2021, both from Technical University of Munich (TUM). My focus in the Bachelor was mainly on High Frequency Engineering. Later, my interests shifted towards Information and Coding Theory. I wrote my Bachelor's thesis about Coding for DNA Storage at the Professorship for Coding and Cryptography (COD), and during the master I worked on Identification over Compound and Arbitrarily Varying Broadcast Channels at the Chair of Communications Engineering (LNT).
Since October 2021, I am a research assistant at the Chair of Communications Engineering. Currently, I am working on theory for communications systems beyond Shannon's approach in the project 6G-life by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.