Address at work:
Robert Koch Institut
Phone: +49 30 18754 4299
Fax: +49 30 18754 4207
Street cleared because of misuse by Ebay-imposters
Since May, 22 1998 I am developer of the Debian GNU/Linux distribution.
This is halfway connected to my job at the Robert Koch-Institute and halfway I do
it in my spare time. I started the Debian Med
Project and I support the Debian Junior
I have hold several
talks about my work in Debian.
Since July, 1. in 1999 I'm working as software engineer at the Robert Koch-Institute. I builded the
page for the project "Emerging
Foodborne Pathogens in Germany". Currently I am working on some
web projects using Zope and PostgreSQL.
I am a physicist and did my diploma at the Martin-Luther-Universität
Halle/Wittenberg about "Nonlinear Dynamics of Ferroelectric
Domains". When I started my work at the Robert Koch-Institute I continued
working on my theses in physics in the field of nonlinear dynamics.
In summer 2001 I decided to stop this work because I had the feeling
that I should better spend my spare time in working for free software. As a consequence I
initiated the Debian Med
- You can read more about my education in my Curriculum vitae.
Software Development and Support:
I maintain several packages of the
There are several ethical and philosophical
reasons to develop free software. This is discussed into
detail by the Free
- Nature photography
- Sports (Swimming, riding by bicycle, jogging)
My garden is featuring lots of wild trees - yew, maple, ash and other trees.
Since there is dramatic forest dieback in the Harz mountains I stopped in 2020
just trowing those trees away. Instead I plant them into the wild hoping for
giving some new diversity in the tree population. Moreover I took part in
some organised tree planting events in the forest that belongs to the city
of Wernigerode. I documented all trees I planted on a
Questions and remarks to Andreas Tille