Curriculum vitae Dr. Frank Wirner

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Professional career

since July 2017

Data Scientist at Tokeya Deep Data Dive GmbH & Co. KG

Main focus:
  • Data analysis and development of AI-based solutions in R (especially neuralnet, keras, kohonen,H2O, Rtsne, caret)
  • software development in C#, JavaScript (especially neural networks)
Dec 2015 – May 2017

Development engineer at Yucoya Energy Safety GmbH in Würzburg

Main focus:
  • ultrasonic measurements in Transformer oils
  • Measurement electronics
  • Data evaluation and Model development in R (PCA, PLS, neural networks, t-SNE, SOM)
  • Software development in C# (MS Visual Studio) and Python
  • Coordination of laboratory analyses
  • technical support of pilot customers

Academic career

Mai 2015 – Jul 2015

Post doctorand at 2nd Physics Institute of the University of Stuttgart

Jun 2010 – May 2015

Doctorate at 2nd Physics Institute of the University of Stuttgart

Doctoral thesis:
  • Flow and transport of colloidal suspensions in porous media

Main focus:
  • soft matter
  • microfluidics
  • Langevin simulations
  • particle tracking
  • pattern recognition in Matlab (cross correlation, threshold tracking, image processing toolbox)
  • Data and image analysis
  • High-speed cameras
  • AODs
Oct 2003 – May 2009

Study of physics at Physics Institute of the University of Karlsruhe

Diploma thesis:
  • Production and characterization of nanostructured point contacts

Main focus:
  • Cryogenic physics
  • Vacuum technology
  • Electron beam lithography
  • Measuring program in C++ (Qt)

Subsidiary subjects:
  • Partial differential equations
  • fluid mechanics

Skills

Foreign languages:
  • English (business fluent)
  • French (basic knowledge)
IT knowledge:
  • R
  • Python
  • C#
  • Matlab
  • Maple
  • Origin
  • AutoCAD
  • COMSOL
  • C++
  • Qt
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

Publications

  • Christian Scholz, Frank Wirner, Juan Ruben Gomez-Solano, and Clemens Bechinger: Enhanced dispersion by elastic turbulence in porous media. In: EPL 107, 54003, 2014,
  • Frank Wirner, Christian Scholz, and Clemens Bechinger: Geometrical interpretation of long-time tails of first-passage time distributions in porous media with stagnant parts. In: Phys. Rev. E. 90, 013025, 2014,
  • Christian Scholz, Frank Wirner, Jan Götz, Ulrich Rüde, Gerd E. Schröder-Turk, Klaus Mecke, and Clemens Bechinger: Perneavility of porous materials determined from the Euler characteristic. In: Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 264504, 2012,
  • Christian Scholz, Frank Wirner, Yujie Li, and Clemens Bechinger: Measurement of permeability of microfluidic porous media with finite-sized colloidal tracers. In: Experiments in Fluids 53, 1324-1333, 2012,