I am conducting research in mathematical programming and operations research, on the edge between computer science, mathematics, and economics, and with a focus on computational methods and numerical implementations of high performance. My particular research interests include (but are not limited to):

A particular emphasis in my scientific work is on a better solution of optimization problems in practice, e.g., by improving or reformulating corresponding models, by sophisticated computational advances such as engineered separation algorithms, by exploiting structures to derive tailored preprocessing and solution methods, or by enhancing the respective solution methods themselves.

Please find below a selection of current research projects as well as publications.

The above scientific fields are also an integral part of my teaching at the University of Bonn while my experience and portfolio covers also several further areas in Mathematics & Computer Science.

Academic Background & Professional Appointments

Since April 2020, I am affiliated with the High Performance Computing & Analytics Lab of the University of Bonn.

My prior academic background is as follows:

Research Projects

Some selected current projects are:

See here for more details and further projects.


You may access a full publication list (i.e., with theses as well as recent and earlier preprints) here.
A list of peer-reviewed publications is available via ORCID.
Finally, you might also take a look at DBLP, however, as you see some of the rather math-oriented journal publications are either not listed there or only listed with a quite large delay.