Diploma: Search for Point-Sources of High-Energy Neutrinos with the AMANDA Detector, DESY Zeuthen and Universität Ulm, 2005
Dissertation: Search for Dark Matter with the CRESST Experiment, Max-Planck-Institut für Physik and Technische Universität München, 2008
Postdoctoral research at Columbia University, New York, working on the XENON100 experiment, 2009-2011
Assistant Professor at Purdue University since 2011
I build and run detectors that try to shed light on these issues, in particular utilizing liquid noble gases. I am a member of the XENON100 and XENON1T collaborations that use a liquid xenon target to search for rare Dark Matter interactions. In addition to these collaborative efforts, I operate dedicated R&D setups at my lab at Purdue to advance these technologies further. Selected Publications
Have a look at this INSPIRE search, which does a pretty good job at keeping track of my publications.