Michael did his PhD on QED in superconducting devices in 2009 at the University of Karlsruhe (now KIT).
As a researcher, Michael designed and taught lectures on quantum computing. From 2010 to 2019, he led a research group working on quantum simulation, quantum metamaterials and open quantum systems.
In 2017 he founded HQS Quantum Simulations. As CEO, he is the main representative of the company and responsible for its long-term vision.
Michael actively searches for partners with aligned goals in order to collaborate. The AVaQus consortium is a prime example where HQS' interests perfectly fit into the scope of the overall project to maximize the mutual benefit of all parties.
You can also find Michael on: LinkedIn, Website, Twitter