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Julian is studying Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University Munich (TUM). His majors are in Product Development and Economics. He graduated from the entrepreneurial qualification program Manage&More at the Center for Innovation and Business at the TUM (UnternehmerTUM). There he worked on different projects like a stepless door break for BMW and a human resources project that invovled engaging the next generation engineers for Knorr-Bremse. He is also in the process of starting his own company, Probino, with 3 co-founders. Probino is an at-home wine seminar, that teaches beginners about wine through hands-on experience.
In addition, Julian has worked at BMW in the Innovation Management group and at a Munich Start-Up called Payworks. When he finds the time, Julian enjoys travelling through South America, photography and just about every kind of outdoor activity.
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Technical University Munich, 2014
Masters Thesis: Makerspaces in the University Community
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Technical University Munich, 2010