Andreas, a postgraduate student, currently pursues Computer Science at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany and the Leiden University, The Netherlands. He graduated in April 2018 at the LMU Munich with a Bachelor of Science in Media Informatics and Human-Computer Interaction. At the moment Andreas works remotely for a Berlin-based startup called Aiderly GmbH as a Full Stack Developer / UX Researcher. Since last year he is part of the Tech4Germany fellowship, Germany’s first e-Government fellowship with Germany’s Chief of Staff Prof. Helge Braun as patron. Therefore he had been staying in Berlin, Germany for three months to work as a UX Researcher as well as a Frontend Developer for the German government. Together with eight other fellows, they worked on topics related to digitalisation and e-government.
Axis+Content was written
& submitted to DroNet@MobiSys 2018 by Andreas with the help of Axel Hösl and Andreas Butz. It received overall merit
Andreas Ellwanger, Axel Hoesl, and Andreas Butz. 2018. Axis- plus Content-based
Control for Camera Drones: Design and Evaluation of User Interface Concepts. In
ACM Workshop on Micro Aerial Vehicle Networks, Systems, and Applications (DroNet'18).
9-14. DOI: 10.1145/3213526.3213529
Chord is a protocol and algorithm for a peer-to-peer distributed hash table. The proof-of-concept was build with Rust.
Realtime and interactive - It's time to let everybody in the room decide what's playing. The webapp was implemented with Scala.js as front-end and Scala Akka-http as back-end.