I am first and foremost a Computer Scientist and Electrical Engineer with a passion for unraveling the informational nature of physical reality in the beautiful language of mathematics.
My work is dedicated to the extension of what Claude Shannon began 70 years ago, the Information Age.
Apart of delusions of grandeur, I am a research assistant at the Max Plank Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig, Germany. Where I recently completed a Ph.D. in Mathematics about asymptotic performance of optimal decision rules in hypothesis testing on classical and quantum systems.
And I may safely say: It is not because the universe is uncertain that we should not bet on randomness.