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I am a doctoral researcher at inspire AG since 2016. In the MORe team, I am responsible for the thermo-mechanical simulations.
I am interested in pushing the limits of precision of mechatronic systems. My focus lies on developing models based on physical equations in order to understand and improve the design of precision mechatronic devices. I particularly enjoy how these models enable me to visualize how physical phenomena, such as the fluctuation of the room temperature, influence the precision of complex mechatronic systems.
During my doctoral studies, I specialized in improving the computational efficiency of physical models by means of numerical methods, such as projection-based Model Order Reduction (MOR). I am interested in topics such as FE simulation, software implementation, and validation of physical models. In April 2020, I defended my PhD thesis at ETH Zürich with the title "Efficient thermal error models of machine tools".
Outside my work, I enjoy playing piano and hiking through the Swiss Alps.