Leonhard Balduf is a researcher at the Technical University of Darmstadt and the Weizenbaum Institute, in a research group focused on trust in distributed environments. He finished his studies of computer science as the top of his class in Munich with a B.Sc. in 2016. His thesis on distributing computational tasks for stochastic optical reconsturction microscopy was written while visiting the Bewersdorf Lab at Yale University. He got his M.Sc. in computer science from HU Berlin in 2021, having spent multiple semesters abroad, in the USA, Russia, and South Korea.
His research interests are focused on peer-to-peer and decentralized systems and many problems of efficient solutions in computer science.
Research Group: "Trust in Distributed Environments"
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