Sophie Bauer is studying law at the University of Tübingen. Since November 2018, she supports the team of DAASI International as a working student.
Jonathan Gietz is studying Informatics at the University of Tübingen. At DAASI International he is responsible for software testing and for smaller development tasks since 2013.
As co-founder of DAASI International GmbH, Karin Gietz is responsible for the areas of administration, finance, project management, accounting and PR.
Boris Günthner completed his apprenticeship as a qualified IT specialist at the IHK Reutlingen in the fields of system integration. After that, he worked for more than five years as System Administrator, in webhosting and the branch of bio-technology. Since 2017 he is supporting DAASI International as an expert for Linux, hosting and security, and is responsible for the internal system administration.
Dr Martin Haase is a graduate of Computer Linguistics and Computer Science. Joining DAASI International in early 2006, he has since been working on the BMBF projects TextGrid (Phase I and II), IVOM, Gap-SLC and DARIAH-DE. Martin Haase is a certified expert in Shibboleth and handles support activities related to this package.
Dr. Martin Haase
Romy Hoffart studies General Management at the University of Tübingen. Since September 2018, she supports the marketing team of DAASI International as a working student.
David Hübner studied Computer Science for Media in Stuttgart and Tübingen. He wrote his master thesis about Shibboleth at DAASI International. Since 2017 he has mainly been responsible at DAASI International for the research projects AARC and DARIAH-DE as well as for Shibboleth projects.
Mareile Kost studies English Studies and International Literature (B.A.) at the University of Tübingen. Since August 2017 she has been working in the support department of DAASI International and is especially responsible for the research project DARIAH-DE.
Felix Lorenz is student of Computer Science at the University of Tübingen. Since 2017 he has been working for DAASI International and is responsible for backend development with Python and Java.
Sven Lukrafka joined DAASI International in spring 2018 for an internship within his course of study at the University of Tübingen and stayed with the company as a working student thereafter. Since 2019, he supports the team as a software developer and junior consultant.
Nathalie Minuth finished her Bachelor’s degree in Media Communication at the University of Würzburg. Now she studies Media Informatics (MA) at the University of Tübingen. Since October 2016 Nathalie has been helping DAASI International in the support department, especially for the research project DARIAH-DE.
Pia Schäfer has started her studies in Computer Science in 2016. Since then, she has been supporting DAASI International in administrational terms.
Benedikt Schnabel studied Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Tübingen. He joined the team of DAASI International in January 2016. Since then, he has been working as frontend developer and is involved in the GUI of didmos LUI as well as the conception and implementation of the new website of DAASI International.
Jennifer Vosseler studied German Literature and Media Science at the University of Tübingen and is a member of the team of DAASI International since April 2017. As Marketing Manager she is responsible for concepting and executing marketing and PR activities. As Scrum Master she also handles DAASI International’s project management.
Markus Widmer studied Computer Science at the University of Tübingen and completed his diploma thesis on Role-Based Access Control at DAASI International. Since 2005, he has been authoring large proportions didmos and other products of DAASI International. He is procurator, expert in OpenLDAP, RBAC and SPML, and has the technical responsibility in many IAM projects.
As a graduate of Computer Science, Tamim Ziai can look on decades of IT experience, with particular expertise in software design, Java frameworks and documentation. He joined DAASI International as a Senior Consultant in 2011.
Patrizia Zillikens studies International Fashion Retail at the University of Reutlingen. Since April 2018, she supports the marketing team of DAASI International as a working student. Thereby, her tasks include the website support, designing and concepting of advertising materials and the planning of events.