Hey, my name is Jan Adelsbach, I’m a currently 27 year old science fanatic from Saarland Germany. I have two B. Sc. (Hons) degrees:
- B. Sc. (Hons) Open
- B. Sc. (Hons) Mathematics
I’m currently studying towards a MSc. Computer Science degree.
I work as research associate at an university institute and as an allrounder at a marketing agency.
You can reach me at
jan [at] jadelsbach [dot] de.
My specialities are mathematical optimization and numerical algorithms. Though I also specialized in quantum mechanics and electromagnetism as part of my studies.
I occassionaly do MOOCs for fun, here is a list of MOOCs I got certificates or statement of acomplishments for:
|edX||ANU-ASTRO1x: Greates Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe||June 20th, 2014|
|edX||ANU-ASTRO2x: Exoplanets||September 20th, 2014|
|edX||ANU-ASTRO3x: The Violent Universe||August 26th, 2015|
|edX||PHYS201x: Waves & Optics||December 19th, 2014|
|edX||HYPERS301.x: Hypersonics - from shock waves to scramjets||August 3rd, 2015|
|edX||ME209.1x: Thermodynamics||July 10th, 2015|
|edX||TBOMx: The Business of Mining||August 1st, 2015|
|edX||HumBio101x: Essential Human Biology: Cells and Tissues||August 17th, 2015|
|edX||CSE167x: Computer Graphics||February 26th, 2016|
|Stepik||Linear Algebra: Problems and Methods||September 21th, 2017|
|Stepik||Data Structures||June 15th, 2018|
|OpenLearn||Discovering chemistry (Badged)||June 24th, 2020|
|OpenLearn||Risk management (Badged)||November 1st, 2020|
- Kuhn, D., Adelsbach, J., Bashir, A., Hörauf, L., and Müller, R. 2021. Zuweisung bester Abstellplätze im LIFO-Lager unter Berücksichtigung der Kommissionierungsreihenfolge mittels genetischem Algorithmus. In Simulation in Produktion und Logistik 2021 (pp. 485–494). Cuvillier Verlag.
Since fall 2009 I have a dedicated G.SHDSL (since 2017 or so it’s symmetric ADSL) internet connection for my basement based datacentre which I use to host my private endeavors including this website.
Also I do have two Silicon Graphic Origin 2000 Supercomputers. They work fine but I don’t usually power them up especially since they take a tremendous amount of energy (that’s for one module out of two in a rack! And there is also the MMSC controller and a disk array per rack with their own power supplies as well) and heat up the rooms quite fast. For playing with IRIX I have a smaller Origin 200 as well however.
I have a small metal working workshop, consiting of:
- Mill with DRO (SK30)
- Drill Press (MK2)
- Metal Band Saw
- Sheet Bender/Cutter/Roller (250mm)
- Sheet Bender (600mm)
I have a small microscopy lab consisting of the following normal microscopes:
- Hertel & Reuss CN-hf
- monocular head
- 3x turret
- 4x, 10x 50x acromatic
- Hertel & Reuss CN-hf
- trinocular head
- 4x turret
- 4x, 10x, 40x, 60x acromatic
- Abbe condenser
- 30W tungesten sodium lamp (dimmable)
- МБС-10 (MBC-10) Stereomicroscope
- full standard set
- МФУ phototube
- ОИ-19 illuminator
I have a 160/900mm Newton Reflector and an older 1960’s japanese 60/700mm Tasco Refractor.
I have everything required for electronics with exception of a good LCR meter and a spectrum analyzer.