Alexander Schmidhuber studies physics and mathematics at ETH Zurich. In his master’s program, he is focusing on “Quantum Information Theory”, a subfield of theoretical physics. He will soon write his master’s thesis at the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston (USA). In his spare time, he teaches once a week at the Junior Euler Society, which aims to awaken and promote interest and enjoyment in mathematics among children and young people.
Interview in the Höfner Volksblatt → PDF