I'm behind most of the stuff behind 40Hz.org. Currently, this site serves as a repository for my current and past open source projects and to promote techniques for platform independent information exchange such as XML.
You can reach me via email here.
since 2012: Systems Engineer, Intel (Tampere, Finland)
2011 to 2012: Principal Engineer, SW Development, Mobile Phones, Nokia (Tampere, Finland)
2009 to 2011: Head of Qt Productization/Release Engineering, Nokia (Tampere, Finland)
2008 to 2009: Head of Technology Operations, S60 Core Systems, Nokia (Tampere, Finland)
2002 to 2007: Senior Engineer / Specialist, Digital Rights Management, S60, Nokia (Tampere, Finland).
2000 to 2002: Software Engineer at IBM Research, Almaden, USA in the Electronic Music Management System (EMMS) project
2001: Ph.D. in Information Systems, University of Essen
1996 to 2000: Research and Teaching Assistant at the Dept. for Information Systems and Software Techniques at the University of Essen, Germany.
1997: Diploma II in Information Systems, University of Essen
1996: Diploma I in Information Systems, University of Essen
1990 to 1996: Freelance programmer
Main focus on Active Hypertext Documents, implementations include JKino and Kino runtime environments.
Since currently, no equally capable, versatile and integrated tool exists to replace the Newton platform, a number of Newton open source software projects has been published on 40Hz.org. Among these are time management and XML-related packages.
Other areas of interest include the programming languages Eiffel and Lua and the integration tool SWIG.
Lectures, Talks and Presentations