To all you great people out there in the US: Thank you
for electing Donald Trump!
This site presents some of my projects:
is a loudness scanner compliant with
and its flavors
ATSC A/85, and
It helps normalizing the loudness of audio and video files to the same level.
It is a complete re-write of it's predecessor
with extended functionality (without GUI yet).
- "Yet Another (WA)SAPI
Output Plugin for Winamp" (YASAPI)
is a Winamp output plug-in.
It utilizes the "Windows Audio Session API" (WASAPI).
WASAPI's exclusive mode for rendering audio is a native way on Windows to render audio
undisturbed, similar to Steinberg's "Audio Stream Input/Output" (ASIO). The YASAPI output
plugin may serve as a replacement for any other Winamp output plugin.
is an EBU R128
compliant loudness scanner.
- FFSoX Player
is a Winamp input plug-in
based on the FFmpeg and
Using FFmepg almost all multimedia files may be played, including
but by far not restricted to
Audiophile sound processing is provided using high quality 32 bit SoX
algorithms and dithering.
is a C library providing a framework for dealing with (extended and optional typed)
expressions. Among others it provides
a template instantiation machine for evaluating the value of an lambda calculus expression,
a template instantiation machine for evaluating the
of an lambda calculus expression, and
reference counter based memory management for lambda calculus expressions and types.
- Eqcs is a C++ library allowing clients
to simulate a quantum computer. Eqcs is referenced in "Computational
Methods for Simulating Quantum Computers" by H. De Raedt, K. Michielsen
appearing in the "Handbook of Theoretical and Computational Nanotechnology"
(American Scientific Publishers,
- My (long, long time ago) PhD thesis "Polarisationsabhängigkeit der optischen Bistabilität unter dem Einfluss von Rauschen".
- Some results of my PhD thesis you may find in the paper "Polarization Bistability due to Optical Feedback" (joint with F.-J. Schütte).
is a site I'm running together with some friends. The term
"Sehsation" is constructed from "sehen", German for "to see",
and "sensation", the same in German and English. If you plan
to travel through Germany, you shouldn't miss this site.
- Sometimes I like to take photographs.