„We are a dedicated team of technology and UX-experts that together build the next generation of IoT technology.“
– ThingOS, 2018
– ThingOS, 2018
Thomas Kubitza has a wide expertise in IoT technologies and protocols. He has been a Computer Science PhD Candidate at the University of Stuttgart with a research focus on the intersection of Internet of Things, Cross-Device Interaction and End User Development. He further worked at Microsoft Research, Cambridge in the department of sensors and devices. In parallel Thomas has gained many years of commercial experience as project manager and software engineer for multiple German companies.
Matthias Mögerle combines entrepreneurial knowledge with computer science skills. He has studied informatics at the Technical University of Munich, the University of Stuttgart and at the University of Singapore. Prior to his studies, he already founded a company in the lighting sector. Through internships he gained insights in development and sales departments of different companies. In Munich, he additionally studied at the Center for Digital Technology and Management. He thereby cooperated with companies on innovation and digital strategies and extended his entrepreneurial knowledge base.
CTO, Chief Technology Officer
Patrick Bader is an experienced engineer and lecturer for software and hardware development. He has been a PhD Candidate at the University of Stuttgart and studied Computer Science and Media at the Stuttgart Media University. In his research he worked on real-time GPU calculation and smart buildings, for instance interactive facade claddings for sun protection applications. In parallel, he is a lecturer at the Stuttgart Media University.
Head of Cloud & Mobile Development
Dominique Rau is a senior software architect with full stack web and mobile development skills. He successfully completed his computer science studies at the University of Stuttgart. Thereafter, he immediately founded his own company – providing additional information to the television viewer by showing content related details on his mobile phone. He has a excellent understanding of the scalability, reliability and quality of web and mobile technologies.
Benjamin Morgner is an expert in hardware and embedded software development as well as rapid prototyping. He has studied technical biology at the University of Stuttgart and Media Informatics at Stuttgart Media University. Aside of his studies, he worked as a software developer for well known brands like Robert Bosch GmbH and Porsche AG. In addition, he worked as a freelancer, developing software as well as hardware. He has further expertise in rapid prototyping using 3D modelling, fast iterations and 3D printing.
Prof. Dr. Albrecht Schmidt
Prof. Dr. Albrecht Schmidt is an outstanding expert with the highest number of citations in the field of human computer interactions. He started his studies at the University of Ulm, followed by his PhD at the KIT. Currently, he is a professor for Human Centered Ubiquitous Media at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. In addition, he worked at Microsoft Research and has various patents. He is an editorial board member of IEEE Pervasive Magazine and ACM Interaction.
and Back Office
Murielle Naud-Barthelmeß is an inbound sales expert and focused on business driven procedures. She studied commerce at the „Ecole Supérieure de Gestion“ Business School in Paris, at the Albert Ludwig University Freiburg and Valenciennes & Hainaut University. She worked in large corporates like Scania and Hewlett Packard. She thereby, worked especially in automotive and IT industries. In her professional career, she gained deep knowledge in the areas of sales processes, supply-chain, accounting, business reporting and project Management.
Strategic UX Designer
Julian Ebert is dedicated to user interfaces and design details. He has studied interaction design and strategic design at the University of Design Schwäbisch Gmünd. Through his studies, he gained expertise in web design, photography, video production, user interfaces, as well as user experience design. He has already launched a crowdfunding campaign and created his own platform for volunteer work. His ideation and design skills resulted in consecutively winning prices at Fraunhofer Makeathon in Stuttgart.
Mario Schlegel is an expert in embedded development and linux systems. He studied computer science and media at the Stuttgart Media University. Recently he developed a smart dice for games containing sensors and displays as well as light controllers for smart home environments. He has further achieved being an authorized industrial mechanic and electrician.
We are Hiring…
We are looking for IoT lovers interns and full time positions. In case you see yourself and your skills fitting to ThingOS – please let us know. Your background can be in the fields of electrical engineering, computer science, design, finance, sales and marketing. Open positions can be found in the jobs section.
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The start of ThingOS has been at the University of Stuttgart. Here, a four year european project called meSch started in January 2013 and set the roots of the ThingOS platform. During the project, it already became clear that ThingOS holistically solves the interoperability problem for a broad range of applications.
At the University of Stuttgart, TTI – meSchup has been started in March 2017 with the focus on initial projects in smart home and smart object applications. Soon, smart industry projects joined. The growth soon lead to the foundation of ThingOS GmbH in February 2018.