I am currently a student of Computational Science and Engineering at ETH Zürich, where I arrived in 2017. My main interests are coding, space exploration and AI.
Later on I began branching out into more “traditional” programming, learning Python in high school. I made a simple videogame with my friends, and used Python in my matura project. This is also the time when I decided to study Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) at ETH – it is for me the perfect mix of programming, mathematics, and applications in the natural sciences and engineering.
At ETH I received my first “formal” programming education, in C++. I found the courses I enjoyed most were related to programming and algorithms: Data Structures and Algorithms, Programming Techniques for Scientific Simulations, Physically-Based Simulation for Computer Graphics, Dynamic Programming and Optimal Control, High-Performance Computing. I developed an interest in machine learning techniques, and decided I’d try to marry that with my ever-present passion for space exploration.
This site is where I deposit everything and anything I might find useful for future reference. Past projects, exam summaries from lectures I took at ETH, tips&tricks, reference sheets – it’s all there.
Hey, look, even my CV is here!