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physicist , researcher

Johannes Josef Schneider, German physicist, researcher. Achievements include research in parallel optimization algorithm Searching for Backbones; patents for Ruin and Recreate; patents pending for Threshold Search Space Smoothing. Scholar, Republic of Bavaria, 1990-1995.

Background

Schneider, Johannes Josef was born on July 10, 1971 in Straubing, Bavaria, Germany. Son of Josef Sebastian and Maria Schneider.

Education

Diploma in physics, University Regensburg, Germany, 1995. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University Regensburg, Germany, 1999.

Career

Working student International Business Machines Corporation Science Center Heidelberg, Germany, 1995, science consultant, 1996—1997. Research associate University Regensburg, 1996—2000. Science guest University Zürich, Switzerland, 1997—1998, science assistant, 2000—2001.

Science guest Swiss Center for Science Computing, Manno, Switzerland, 1998. Post doctoral research, science assistant Hebrew University Jerusalem, since 2001. Consultant Siemens, Regensburg, 1997, Bayerische Motoren Werke, Munich, 1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in parallel optimization algorithm Searching for Backbones. Patents for Ruin and Recreate. Patents pending for Threshold Search Space Smoothing.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Chess, mountain railways.

Connections

father:
Josef Sebastian

mother:
Maria Schneider