I am a senior consultant at BCG Platinion, a company of The Boston Consulting Group, and prior to that at Capgemini.
I have gained broad project experience across the sectors banking technology, consumer goods, insurance, building technology, and automotive, with a special focus on artificial intelligence, transformation programs, and program management.
Prior to my industry career, I pursed a successful academic career, first as an assistant professor at TU Clausthal and later at TU Delft, one of Europe's leading technical universities. I conducted research in the areas artificial intelligence, intelligent systems and verification, producing around 60 publications.
I am a member of the board of directors of the European Association for Multi-Agent Systems and have organized and chaired several international events.
I hold a habilitation in Computer Science, a PhD summa cum laude (Dr. rer. nat.) and a Diploma with honors in Computer Science. For my scientific achievements I received international awards, including the International E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize for an outstanding dissertation in the areas Logic, Language and Information.
Senior program committee member of AAMAS 2019.It is the most influential conference in the area of Multi-Agent Sytems.
I am co-chairing the Industrial Applications Track at AAMAS 2018 the world largest and most influential conference in the area of agents and multiagent systems.
My paper On the Complexity of Resource-Bounded Logics was accepted for the journal Theoretical Computer Science (to appear).
My paper The Virtues of Idleness: A Decidable Fragment of Resource Agent Logic was accepted for the journal Artificial Intelligence.