Ex­pe­ri­ence re­port Christian

Re­se­arch Engineer

I star­ted at TecAlliance (form­er­ly Au­Da­Con) 2011 af­ter com­ple­ting my high school di­plo­ma at the busi­ness high school.

The first step was an app­ren­ti­ce­ship as an IT spe­cia­list (spe­cia­li­sing in ap­pli­ca­ti­on de­ve­lo­p­ment). I then com­ple­ted my Bachelor’s de­gree in Ap­pli­ed Com­pu­ter Sci­ence in co­ope­ra­ti­on with DHBW Mos­bach. Sin­ce the IT field co­vers many more to­pics and I would like to deal with them even more deep­ly, I star­ted my Master’s de­gree at CAS Ba­den-Würt­tem­berg in Oc­to­ber 2018. This now runs part-time with ap­prox. 3 days of at­ten­dance per month. This makes the CAS Master’s pro­gram very com­pa­ti­ble with the profession.

I joi­n­ed the Re­se­arch & In­no­va­ti­on team in 2017. This team de­signs, de­ve­lo­ps and tests re­se­arch pro­jects and in­iti­al pro­to­ty­pes. This al­lows me to ex­pand my know­ledge into many dif­fe­rent are­as of com­pu­ter science.

This al­lo­wed me to de­ve­lop a di­gi­tal lan­guage as­sistant in co­ope­ra­ti­on with Con­ti­nen­tal (link to ar­tic­le on TA page). I was able to ex­pand my know­ledge in ma­chi­ne lear­ning to ac­ce­le­ra­te our data pro­duc­tion, as well as de­sign and im­ple­ment a re­port­ing plat­form to check our web ser­vices on a dai­ly ba­sis. Fur­ther­mo­re, pro­to­ty­pes and ap­pli­ca­ti­ons were de­ve­lo­ped to sup­port our em­ployees in data acquisition.

With TecAlliance, I have found a com­pa­ny that has al­ways sup­port­ed me du­ring my learning.

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