Center for Systems Biology Dresden
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Johannes Bamme is a PhD student in the MOSAIC group since July 2017. He was born in Sebnitz, Germany, in 1989.
Johannes studied Applied Mathematics at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, majoring in theoretical computer science. In December 2013, he graduated with a Diplom degree (equiv. M.Sc.) in Mathematics.
In his Diplom thesis “Algorithms of the Art Gallery Problem”, Johannes developed an exact Algorithm for the general Art Gallery Problem under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ingo Schiermeyer and Prof. Dr. Udo Hebisch.
In December 2013, Johannes started to work as a development engineer for the engineering company aSpect Systems GmbH in Dresden. There, he optimised and developed acutance measurement algorithms for digital imagers as well as vision inspection systems for thin glass and was later on mainly engaged in developing optics for illumination systems and managing regarding projects.
In the MOSAIC Group, Johannes is investigating the extension of particle methods using the modelling concept of Roles. He is also a member of the DFG Reserach Training Group RoSI (Role-Based Software Infrastructures) at the Faculty of Computer Science of TU Dresden.