My name is Christoph Lüders. I am a software developer and computer scientist.
I am working for over 25 years for cFos Software GmbH, which I co-founded in 1993. We are building telecommunications and networking software for Windows, including cFosSpeed, an Internet Traffic Shaping driver and cFos Personal Net, a web server.
I am a PhD student under Andreas Weber. I work on tropical geometry and chemical reaction networks as well as machine learning. I plan to finish my dissertation 2019/20.
My research interests are:
- tropical geometry, computational geometry, systems biology and (bio-)chemical reaction networks.
- machine learning, especially neural network driven game play that is self-learned by the machine
- computer algebra and computer arithmetic, especially fast multiplication of extremely large integers (we’re talking billions of digits here) and fast Fourier transforms (since that’s what you use for fast multiplication).
I had a “Stiftungsfonds Johannes Kepler” scholarship in 2015/16.
My page at the university: Dipl.-Inform. Christoph Lüders
My Twitter channel: @chrlueders.
Me on Google Scholar: Christoph Lüders.
Me on ResearchGate: (click) (you need to be registered).
Super old-skool email address: chris at cfos dot de.
Sep 2014 — Prep-course for upcoming students in computer science: “Vorkurs Formale Methoden der Informatik”
Sep/Oct 2015 — Prep-course for upcoming students in computer science: “Vorkurs Formale Methoden der Informatik”
Sep/Oct 2016 — Prep-course for upcoming students in computer science: “Vorkurs Formale Methoden der Informatik”
Sep 2017 — Prep-course for upcoming students in computer science: “Vorkurs Formale Methoden der Informatik”
Winter Term 2016/17 — Life Science Informatics, Lab Course: Programming Lab I (Python)
 Fast Multiplication of Large Integers: Implementation and Analysis of the DKSS Algorithm, Diploma thesis, Universität Bonn, 2014
 Implementation of the DKSS Algorithm for Multiplication of Large Numbers, ISSAC 2015 — Proceedings of the 2015 ACM on International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, 2015, 267-274. (Slides to the talk)
 Samal, S. S., Krishnan, J., Lüders, C., Schuppert, A., Brehme, M., Weber, A., Radulescu, O. Sensitive Parameters and Tipping Points of Biochemical Networks needed in Precision Medicine. Poster abstracts of International Conference on Systems Biology of Human Disease 2017, July 5-7, 2017, Heidelberg.