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Social Media Connections
On the following social media channels you may reference me:
- LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/jschlosser
- Bluesky: https://bsky.app/profile/joachimschlosser.bsky.social
- Mastodon: https://augsburg.social/@joachimschlosser
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/schlosi
- Facebook: https://facebook.com/JoachimSchlosser
- Xing: https://www.xing.com/profile/Joachim_Schlosser
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joachimschlosser/
Short biographies English
Here you find some text in varying length, to fulfill your text’s needs. All following texts you may freely use and adapt to introduce me. Texts are available in German language, too.
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”
Bio in 10 Words
Dr. Joachim Schlosser makes people more productive in engineering, science and beyond.
Bio in 25 Words
Dr. Joachim Schlosser leads engineers at Elektrobit, consulting automotive companies on high-performance computing, architectures, lean/agile development, leadership and collaboration. Blogging at www.schlosser.info.
Bio in 50 Words
Dr. Joachim Schlosser leads engineers at Elektrobit, consulting automotive companies on high-performance computing, architectures, lean/agile development, leadership and collaboration. After his PhD in Computer Science from TU München with BMW, he served at MathWorks, maker of MATLAB & Simulink. He is author of a several books and blogging at www.schlosser.info.
Bio in 100 Words
Dr. Joachim Schlosser leads engineers at Elektrobit advising automotive companies in the areas of high-performance computing, software architectures, lean/agile, leadership and collaboration. He is Professor of Computer Science at IU International University. He is the author of a LaTeX textbook and blogs at www.schlosser.info. His motivation is to support engineers in making the world a better place by conserving resources and promoting innovation. Dr. Joachim Schlosser previously led teams in university marketing and technical sales at MathWorks. Before that he conducted research at BMW and advised Audi on simulation, embedded systems and development processes, and earned his PhD at Technical University of Munich.