My name is Stefan Robl, I'm currently 40 years old and I love it to work with computers and electronics. I'm interested
in almost everything concerning these topics...
I have studied Computer Science at the Fachhochschule Regensburg and successfully finished it with the title Dipl.-Inf. (FH).
I wrote my diploma thesis with the title "Entwurf und Realisierung eines generischen StepUp/Down-Reglermoduls auf Basis eines Embedded Controllers" (Design and Implementation of a generic stepup/down-converter module on the basis of an embedded controller) at Siemens VDO. Unfortunately, this work contains confidential information and cannot be published.
As my interests in physics and sciences is big, I studied physics at the Universität Regensburg for a short time. However, I ended this study very early as my main interest is definitely computer science.
My favourite computer systems are Amiga- and Macintosh-based computers but I also work on a
selfmade computer system named "QBox".
As written above, my second hobby is electronics - even if I program curently much more than building
new computer interfaces and such things... My knowledges in electronics are quite good and
I use mainly digital circuits like FPGA's, CPLD's, GAL's (PLD's) and microcontrollers.
During my studies of Computer Science, I worked together with several companies like Infineon, Siemens VDO, Haage&Partner, Met@box AG, Hyperion Entertainment and ah-engineering.
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