I am an intellectually interested scientist working in the fields of archaeology, anthropology, geochemistry, food science and more. My professional method is the analysis of stable isotopes from organic and inorganic materials. During my doctoral and post-doctoral academic studies I have learned about ancient diets and mobility patterns across the world. My academic publications have been printed in high impact journals. I am an associated researcher at The University of British Columbia and the Max-Planck institute for evolutionary anthropology. Currently I am part of the team at imprint analytics as project manager and senior research laboratory analyst and working on authenticity and origin of food samples, fuels, consumer goods and medical tools. My private interests are focussing on meditative practices and the intellectual-philosophical understanding of the world around us. Recently I finished articles on the nature of our being in the world (Dasein) for general audiences. In the near future I would like to expand these studies and compile a literary and philosophical essay collection. Furthermore I am enjoying climbing with my family and other related adventure in our rural landscape.