|Sept. 1969||Born in Basel, Switzerland.|
|1976-1988||Visiting public schools and high schools in Basel.|
|1988||Finishing high school with the Matura degree. Military service.|
Studying theoretical physics at the University of Basel,
Diploma (equivalent to a M.Sc.) in 1993. Grade 5.9 out of 6.
Title of the Diploma thesis: Pair production with capture.
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dirk Trautmann. Grade 6.0 out of 6.
|1994-1997||Assistant and PhD student of Prof. Dr. Günter Scharf at the University of Zürich.|
|1997|| Achieving the degree Dr. phil. (equivalent to a PhD)
at the University of Zürich.
Title of the thesis: Two-loop diagrams in causal perturbation theory.
PhD exam (March '97): Prof. Dr. Günter Scharf and Prof. Dr. Daniel Wyler.
No Ph.D. grades are given at the University of Zürich.
|1997-1998|| Post-doc assistant of Prof. Dr. Günter Scharf at the Institute
for Theoretical Physics of the University of Zürich.
|1998-2001|| Post-doc assistant of Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Vahldieck
at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
|2001-|| Post-doc assistant of Prof. Dr. Dirk Trautmann
at the University of Basel.
|2005-|| University teaching position: "Mathematics III for
physics and nanoscience students".
|2008||Habilitation (Venia Docendi) at the University of Basel.|
|2010-||Nucleonics lecturer at the Paul Scherrer Institute.|