Since October 2017 I am a team lead in the Azure organisation, responsible for TPM software in Windows and Azure.
Before moving to Windows, I was working on a variety of projects related to Trusted Platform Modules and recover-ability. This includes applications of TPMs beyond PCs and use of TPMs in different scenarios, which range from embedded to cloud applications.
When I joined MSR in 2008 I started in a group called eXtreme Computing Group (XCG) that is now – under a different name – part of AI+R Redmond Lab. I have been working on a variety of systems projects from software for Intel’s Single-Chip Cloud Computer or Intel’s Knight’s Ferry. Before that, I was part of the Operating Systems research group of Prof. Hermann Haertig at Technische Universitaet Dresden. I received my PhD from TU Dresden in 2011.
I am interested in operating systems research in a broad scope. Everything from embedded real-time systems to system software for clouds.