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you-re-welcome@roman-wiche.com

"Passionate and mindful Software Engineer, Explorer, and Broman.
My vision is to solve complex challenges and improve people's lives through innovative technology."
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Q&A

Where are your public projects?

Please have a look at my GitHub. A collection of finished projects is in my Portfolio repository. Other repositories mainly contain work in progress/test code, or contributions to other projects.

What are your main technology interests?

Please feel free to checkout my talks, scientific papers, or tech blog posts. Sometimes I also tweet things out into the world. :)
Overall I love to build fancy stuff with Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Computer Graphics, Human-Computer-Interaction, GPU Programming, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Vision or Web- and App development.

What professional experience do you have?

I'm working as a full-time Software Engineer in the Virtual Engineering Lab at Volkswagen AG, one of the world's leading automobile manufacturers and the largest carmaker in Europe. During my CS studies, I always gained experience in exciting part time jobs, being a Freelancer and Research Assistant amongst them. For more details, please contact me for my CV.

Do you have any other qualifications or alike?

I'm always happy to broaden my horizon:

I'm very happy that I got supported by the Deutschlandstipendium(studentship) for international top-class talent, thanks to my sponsor codecentric! I'm really grateful for it! The Deutschlandstipendium supports students with high academic achievements, social commitment and personal achievements.

What do you like doing in your free time?

I already do what I love for money :). But besides that, I'm into:

  • Traveling. Unfortunately, I haven't gone outside of Europe yet, but I'm on my quest to visiting the majority of Europeans capitals. I just love to experience new cities and different cultures.
  • Reading. Yeah I know, it sounds cliché. But sometimes there is just no better thing than diving into a good book :). Lately I feel like gravitating towards personal development topics.
  • Playing the E-Piano. I started this hobby during my studies. Listen to me learning "Pachelbel's Canon in D":
  • Doing sports. Having a brother educated in physiotherapy, I know how important movement is for one's body. Especially, I like to do sports incorporating my own body weight, e.g. performing a Handstand:
Me doing a handstand at a beautiful lake

...Anything else left?

"Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right." - Henry Ford.
I think it is important to never stop learning and always looking forward to improving. I sincerely hope you have a great day, are happy and learn something new today! Let us each contribute a small part to world peace. Thank you.

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