I heard somebody say
That it might never snow again,
You never miss it till it's gone
Currently I am writing my master thesis about the potential for renewable energy production
in agricultural areas of three communities of the Dolomites (South Tyrol)
in collaboration with the Science Shop "Wissenschaftsladen Bonn".
Below you find information about my education, work experiences and interests.
Main focus of the master is on the political, socio-economic and technical aspects of the energy transition.
Together with an international group of students from very diverse cultural backgrounds, we study solutions
for climate adaptation and mitigation for a global sustainable development. The Master is organized by
Association of European Renewable Energy Research Centers.
The program is at the interface between energy technology,
technical building systems, and plant construction.
Students receive technical-engineering training with an
emphasis on energy systems increasingly characterized by renewable energies.
The program provides in-depth knowledge on the functioning and operational
behavior of renewable energy technologies, on the dimensioning of technological
components, and on their integration into the overall system.
Branch of study: computer science, systems and automation.
Intercultural communication: I grew up bilingual, which allowed me to develop a flexible mind that has to find an identity balance between two cultures. My worldwide traveling experiences broaden my intercultural horizon.
Teamwork: Through my work and study experiences, I acquired the necessary skills for successful teamwork and I attach great importance to it. For instance, during the current master I am doingvariousresearch group works with people from all over the world.
Presentation Skills: I learned to talk freely in front of an audience and present my projects.
Since June 2020 I am writing my master thesis during the internship in Bonn. Feel free to contact me for more information
about my master thesis about the potential for renewable energy production in agricultural areas of three communities
in the Dolomites.
Since January 2020 I create a monthly newsletter as freelancer for
the OSGP Allience, a dutch NGO that promotes the use of the Open Smart Grid Protocol.
This work keeps me up to date with the last progress in the world of Smart Energies, the
Distribution Grid and in general the Energy Transition.
You can find the newsletter on the
OSGP Newsletter website.
I worked as a freelancer for PVData that sells monitoring
solutions for photovoltaic systems. I was first part of the support team and
subsequently I worked as IT consultant for the creation of a new company website
and to innovate the IT infrastructure within the company. The website is online
Six-month internship as Junior Project Manager at the growing innovation district
in South Tyrol, northern Italy. The NOI Techpark is shaping the sustainable growth of the region and here
I was working together with established businesses as well as universities, research centers and startups. I was
involved in the green technologies team that acts as a hub for this network that enables cooperation projects within
the local region and Europe. This experience allowed me to see how decisions are taken in such networks and I
gained knowledge on how to moderate collaborations.
Sustainability and alternative lifestyles: Organic farming and energy self-sufficiency.
People and cultures:
I lived in Austria, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands and Costa Rica. I traveled in Europe, India and Latin America.
Peace.Music: Passionate listener and beginner guitarist.
Sports: Trekking, Cycling, Yoga, Climbing, Ski-touring.
Privacy significantly matters to me and I am an Open Source fan.