# whoami My name is Christian Zielinski and I currently live in Düsseldorf, Germany. I work in IT as a solution architect with a strong interest in Scrum. I am an iSAQB Certified Professional for Software Architecture (CPSA-F), a Professional Scrum Master (PSM I & PSM II) and a Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO I). Before the start of my professional career I graduated in March 2017 with a Ph.D. from the Division of Mathematical Sciences of the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. I joined the program in August 2012 and my advisors were Asst. Prof. David H. Adams and Assoc. Prof. Wang Li-Lian. My research dealt with computational and theoretical aspects of novel lattice fermion formulations in lattice gauge theories. From September 2015 until July 2016 I was a guest scientist in the Theoretical Particle Physics Group of the School of Mathematics und Natural Sciences at the University of Wuppertal, Germany where I worked together with PD Christian Hoelbling. In April 2012 I gradudated with distinction in the field of physics from Heidelberg University, Germany, where I was working with Prof. Jan M. Pawlowski in the Strongly Correlated Systems Group and Prof. I.-O. Stamatescu at the Institute for Theoretical Physics. Our research dealt with lattice field theory at finite density and the resulting sign problem. In 2009 I was working together with Dr. Qinghai Wang on a project regarding entanglement phenomena in $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetric quantum mechanics at the National University of Singapore, Singapore. $ mail Find me on LinkedIn and have a look at my Scrum.org Profile or email me at email007@czielinski.de. $ cat publications.bib For details please refer to my arXiv page. 1) Theoretical and Computational Aspects of New Lattice Fermion Formulations. By Christian Zielinski. Ph.D. Thesis (Nanyang Technological University, 2016). 2) Staggered domain wall fermions. By Christian Hoelbling, Christian Zielinski. PoS LATTICE2016 (2016) 254. 3) Spectral properties and chiral symmetry violations of (staggered) domain wall fermions in the Schwinger model. By Christian Hoelbling, Christian Zielinski. Phys. Rev. D94 (2016) No. 1, 014501. 4) Simple QED- and QCD-like Models at Finite Density. By Jan M. Pawlowski, Ion-Olimpiu Stamatescu, Christian Zielinski. Phys. Rev. D92 (2015) No. 1, 014508. 5) Continuum limit of the axial anomaly and index for the staggered overlap Dirac operator: An overview. By David H. Adams, Reetabrata Har, Yiyang Jia, Christian Zielinski. PoS LATTICE2013 (2014) 462. 6) Computational efficiency of staggered Wilson fermions: A first look. By David H. Adams, Daniel Nogradi, Andrii Petrashyk, Christian Zielinski. PoS LATTICE2013 (2014) 353. 7) Thirring model at finite density in $2+1$ dimensions with stochastic quantization. By Jan M. Pawlowski, Christian Zielinski. Phys. Rev. D87 (2013) No. 9, 094509. 8) Thirring model at finite density in $0+1$ dimensions with stochastic quantization: Crosscheck with an exact solution. By Jan M. Pawlowski, Christian Zielinski. Phys. Rev. D87 (2013) No. 9, 094503. 9) Entanglement Efficiencies in $\mathcal{PT}$-Symmetric Quantum Mechanics. By Christian Zielinski, Qing-hai Wang. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 51 (2012) 2648-2655.