Curriculum Vitae

Florian Thiery M.Sc.

Florian Thiery M.Sc.

Software Developer, Engineer for Geoinformatics and Surveying
with passion for Semantic Web and Linked (Open) Data

Professional Experience

since 2016: Computer Scientist @
Römisch- Germanisches Zentralmuseum (RGZM)

since 2015: Associate @
Mainz Centre for Digitality in the Humanities and Cultural Studies (mainzed)

since 2014: Research Associate @
Institute for Spatial Information and Surveying Technology,
Hochschule Mainz University of Applied Sciences (i3mainz)

Education

2011 – 2013
Master of Science
Fachhochschule Mainz
Geoinformatics and Surveying

2007– 2011
Bachelor of Science
Fachhochschule Mainz
Geoinformatics and Surveying

2006
Allgemeine Hochschulreife
Nikolaus-von-Weis-Gymnasium Speyer

2003
Qualifizierter Sekundarabschluss I
Realschule Limburgerhof

Publications

hosted at Academia.edu

Theses

Master Thesis (2013)
Semantic Web und Linked Data:
Generierung von Interoperabilität
in archäologischen Fachdaten
am Beispiel römischer Töpferstempel

Bachelor Thesis (2011)
Eigunung aktueller Industriekameras
für modulare Digitalkameratachymeter

Research Projects (extract)

chronOntology

Labeling System

Open Balloon Map

Distributed Archaeological Sites Information Systems

KULIS – KUlturLandschafts InformationsSystem Rheinland-Pfalz

IBR – Inschriften im Bezugssystem des Raumes

MoDiTa – Modulare Digitalkameratachymeter

Commitment

Förderverein der Konferenz der GeodäsieStudierenden

Verband Deutscher Vermessungsingenieure e. V.

Konferenz der GeodäsieStudierenden

KonGeoSaurier

Däumling e.V. – Verein zur Förderung von Früh- und Risikogeborenen

Master Studies

Diploma Supplement Information

  • Qualification / Title conferred: Master of Science (M.Sc.) awarded 19/12/2013
  • Main field of Studies: Geoinformatics and Surveying
  • Awarding Institution: Fachhochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences
  • Language of Instruction / Eximination: German
  • Level of Qualification: Advanced university degree
  • Official Length of Programme: Two years (120 ECTS credits)
  • Access Requirements: Bachelor degree in Geoinformatics and Surveying (180 ECTS credits) or equivalent
  • Mode of Study: Full-time Programme
  • Programme Requirements: 90 ECTS credits in studies, 30 ECTS credits in master thesis. Internship during the semester breaks are usual, but not mendatory
  • Programme Details: Mr. Thiery earned credits at the Fachhochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences during 5 semesters
  • Professional Status: Not applicable
  • Access to Further Sudies: The award gives access to postgraduate and doctoratelevel studies in Geoinformatics and Surveying; for beeing admitted to doctoral studies the holder of this award must in addition to the award prove his abibilty to pursue doctoral studies.
  • German Mark: 1,5 (very good)

Courses: Genaral and Basics

  • Geometric modelling (Prof. Klinge) [6 ECTS]
  • Special Methods in Adjustment and Statistics (Prof. Czommer) [6 ECTS]
  • Human Resource and Project Management (Prof. Nagel) [6 ECTS]

Courses: Geoinformatics

  • Development of Interactive Graphical Applications (Prof. Böhm) [6 ECTS]
  • Process-oriented Programming (Prof. Kern) [6 ECTS]
  • Geodata Modelling and Algorithms (Prof. Müller) [6 ECTS]
  • Digital Image Analysis (Prof. Boochs / Prof. Kern) [6 ECTS]
  • Software-Engineering (Prof. Böhm) [6 ECTS]
  • Interdisciplinary Applications of Spatial Information Techniques (Prof. Bruhn) [6 ECTS]
  • Ubiquitous Geographic Information Systems (Prof. Klinge) [6 ECTS]

Courses: Surveying

  • Landmanagement (Prof. Bohr / Dipl.-Ing. Prager) [6 ECTS]
  • Interdisciplinary Applications of Spatial Surveying Techniques (Prof. Bruhn) [6 ECTS]

Project [18 ECTS]

  • “Health Geography” – Zugang zu hausärtzlicher Versorgung
  • Supervisors: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hartmut Müller and Dr. med. Anne Dahlhaus

Master Thesis (30 ECTS; German Mark 1,0)

Bachelor Studies

Diploma Supplement Information

  • Qualification / Title conferred: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) awarded 08/06/2011
  • Main field of Studies: Geoinformatics and Surveying
  • Awarding Institution: Fachhochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences
  • Language of Instruction / Eximination: German, with the exception of the module Geoinformatics and Surveying
  • Level of Qualification: First university degree
  • Official Length of Programme: Three years (180 ECTS credits)
  • Access Requirements: Completed Upper Secondary School plus 12 weeks internship or equivalent
  • Mode of Study: Full-time Programme
  • Programme Requirements: During the studies the programme includes a practical project in a private company or Government agency supervised by the university. 144 ECTS credits in mandatory studies, 6 ECTS credits in elective studies, 18 ECTS credits in an internship with practical projects, 12 ECTS credits in bachelor thesis. Internship during the semester breaks are usual, but not mendatory
  • Programme Details: Mr. Thiery earned credits at the Fachhochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences during 8 semesters
  • Professional Status: Not applicable
  • Access to Further Sudies: The award gives access to postgraduate and doctoratelevel studies in Geoinformatics and Surveying or equivalent
  • German Mark: 2,3 (good)

Courses: Mathematical/Physical/Geodetic Basics and Management Tools

  • Mathematics 1 (Prof. Schlüter) [6 ECTS]
  • Mathematics 2 (Prof. Zaiser) [6 ECTS]
  • Fundamentals of Sensor Technology (Prof. Neitzel) [6 ECTS]
  • Geodetic Computations (Prof. Leonhard) [6 ECTS]
  • Computer Aided Design [CAD] (Prof. Zaiser) [6 ECTS]
  • Adjustment and Statistics (Prof. Zaiser) [6 ECTS]
  • Geodetic Reference Systems (Prof. Hotzel) [6 ECTS]
  • English Terminology (Prof. Böhm) [6 ECTS]
  • Presentation Techniques (Prof. Neitzel) [4 ECTS]
  • Law (Dr. Gericke / Fr. Weilert) [2 ECTS]
  • Fundamentals of Business and Project Management (Dipl.-Volksw. Hasslinger) [6 ECTS]

Courses: Geoinformatics

  • Computer Science (Prof. Neitzel) [6 ECTS]
  • Object-Oriented Programming (Prof. Neitzel) [6 ECTS]
  • Software Application Development (Prof. Boochs) [6 ECTS]
  • Databases and Internet (Prof. Böhm / Prof. Bruhn) [6 ECTS]
  • Digital Image Processing (Prof. Kern)  [6 ECTS]
  • Introduction to Geoinformatics (Prof. Bruhn) [6 ECTS]
  • Authoritative Basic Geo-databases (Prof. Müller) [6 ECTS]
  • Cartography (Prof. Kern) [6 ECTS]

Courses: Surveying

  • Surveying 1 (Prof. Klonowski) [6 ECTS]
  • Surveying 2 (Prof. Klonowski) [6 ECTS]
  • Surveying 3 (Prof. Klonowski) [6 ECTS]
  • Surveying 4 (Prof. Leonhard) [6 ECTS]
  • Surveying 5 (Prof. Klonowski) [6 ECTS]
  • Photogrammetric Data Acquisition (Prof. Schlüter) [6 ECTS]
  • Municipal Land Management and Land Development (Prof. Lohrig / Prof. Bohr) [6 ECTS]

Internship with Practical Project [18 ECTS]

  • i3mainz – Institut für Raumbezogene Informations- und Messtechnik
  • Ada-Lovelace-Projekt (ALP)
  • Lehreinheit Bauingenieurwesen

Bachelor Thesis (12 ECTS; German Mark: 1,7)

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