I’m from Leipzig, Germany, where I studied physics.
Email: If you’d like to send me something, simply address it to david at this domain. You can use my GnuPG key for encryption, if you like.
You can find some of the works from my studies here.
Optically Detected Electrochemistry on Semiconductor Nanocrystals
About tiny quantum dots and their fluorescence, which was manipulated and studied by applying electric potentials. November 2014.
A short guide to CUDA C
A quick introduction to parallel computing on graphics card. There are a few practical examples that can be useful in computational physics: it starts with Conway’s Game of Life, and then goes on about implementing random number generators and a Metropolis algorithm for simulations of the Potts model on spin lattices. The source code for the listed examples is also available. October 2012.
Eine Anleitung, wie lineare Regression zum Anpassen von Kurven an gegebene Punkte algorithmisch durchgeführt werden kann. February 2010.