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Florian Grigoleit, M.Sc.
Telephone: +49 (89) 289-17778
E-Mail: grigolei@in.tum.de
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Room: 00.13.033b
Address:
Boltzmannstr. 3
D-85748 Garching b. München
Research Fellow MQM (Model-Based Systems & Qualitative Reasoning) research group.

Curriculum Vitae

Career

  • Since 2013: Research Fellow (PhD) at MQM.
  • 2013.: Project Engineer at eGym GmbH.
  • 2012: Research Assistent (Master's Thesis) at Fraunhofer Institute for Embedded Systems and Communication Technologies ESK.
  • 2010-2011: Research Assistent (Master's Thesis) at Washington State University High Performance Computing Systems Laboratory.
  • 2009: Internship at Daimler Trucks.
  • 2009-2010: Internship (Bachelor's Thesis) at ESG GmbH.
  • 2008-2013: Student Trainee at ESG GmbH.
  • 2007: Internship at MTU Aero Engines.

Education

  • 2010-2013: Master of Science in Automotive Software Engineering at TUM.
  • 2010-2011: Master of Science in Computer Engineering at Washington State University.
  • 2006-2010: Bachelor of Engineering in Production and Automation at University of Applied Sciences Munich.

Scholarships

  • 2008: Scholarship for the German-French University (DFH)
  • 2010: Fulbright Scholarship
  • 2015: Software Campus Fellow

Projects at MQM and IN4

  • SmartFit - Intelligent Training Plan Generation.
  • qSafe - Qualitative Safety Engineering
  • aCar Mobility - Project Management
  • MOFES - Modellierung und Fehleranalyse eingebetteter Systeme
  • SPEDIT - SPES Technology Transfer

Research Interests

  • Knowledge Based Configuration
  • Model-Based Systems
  • Knowledge Representation
  • Knowledge-based Learning

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