Born in Munich in 1987 I studied mechanical engineering at the Technical University of Munich with a specialization in aeronautics and astronautics. What I always really appreciated about my studies was the mixture of theoretical knowledge and how to apply it for practical purposes. After the successful graduation of my studies, I decided to become an MBA fellow of the Collège des Ingénieurs, which offers the exciting opportunity to obtain business and managerial skills by a "learning through action" approach. As integral part of this program, I was working as a Junior Consultant and Project Manager in the risk management of Lufthansa Technik in Hamburg.
Currently I’m having my own company, called Vectoflow, which produces special sensors in the field of aerodynamic. The idea for Vectoflow came from many years of experience in the academic and industrial sectors. While employed by NASA, Airbus, and BMW in the field of flow analysis, I was responsible for working with measurement systems purchased from suppliers who constitute our current competition. In addition to issues with fragility, software, service, poor temperature capability and lack of customization, our competitor’s probes are too large, resulting in up to 45% inferior measurement quality than with measuring systems from Vectoflow.
I am mainly responsible for strategy, sales and finance.