30.07.1956 Born in Bayreuth

30.12.1983 Wedding with Regina Dräxler

22.03.1986 Birth of son Martin Dräxler

1962-1966 elementary school in Bayreuth

1966-1975 high school in Bayreuth

1975-1976 military service in Regensburg and Bayreuth

1976-1981 study of mathematics and physics at the University of Bayreuth

1981 examination as high school teacher in Mathematics and Physics

1984 doctor of mathematics at the University of Bayreuth

1991 habilitation for mathematics at the University of Bayreuth

1992 habilitation and venia legendi at the University of Bielefeld

1998 associate professor at the University of Bielefeld

1981-1989 assistent at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the University of Bayreuth

1989 assistent at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Bielefeld in the summer term of 1989

1989-1991 assistent at the Faculaty of Mathematics of the University of Bayreuth

1991-1993 research position at the Sonderforschungsbereich 343 Diskrete Strukturen in der Mathematik at the University of Bielefeld

1991 acting professor at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Bielefeld in the winter term 1991/92

1992 acting professor at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Bielefeld in the summer term 1992

1993 acting professor, chair for Discrete Mathematics, at the Faculty of Mathematics-Informatics of the University of Paderborn in the summer term 1993

1993-1999 C2-position (Hochschulsonderprogramm II) at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Bielefeld

1999-2000 research position at the Sonderforschungsbereich 343 Diskrete Strukturen in der Mathematik at the University of Bielefeld

2001- various IT management positions at Telefónica Deutschland GmbH

1991 start of the CREP project

1991 presentation of the first version of CREP at the annual meeting of the DMV

since 1992 coordination of a group of researchers and students working on CREP at the SFB 343

since 1996 deputy head of the project C2 at the SFB 343

1998 selection of CREP for a presentation at the software session of the ICM in Berlin

2000 selection of CREP for a presentation at the software session of the ECM in Barcelona

EU: Science-, HCM- und TMR-program, lecturership in Paris in the SOCRATES program

Volkswagen foundation: cooperation and summer school with Kiew/Ukraine, cooperation with China

Ministery of Science: WTZ program with Mexico und Hungary

DAAD: exchange program with Hungary

1997-1999 member of the convent of the University of Bielefeld

1997-1999 member of the council of the Faculty of Matheamtics of the University of Bielefeld

05.03.-18.03.1989 Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland

20.09.-18.10.1989 McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

05.03.-01.04.1990 UNAM, Mexico-City, Mexico

15.02.-15.03.1993 UNAM, Mexico-City, Mexico

12.09.-18.09.1993 Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland

08.03.-21.03.1994 Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland

05.09.-18.09.1994 University of Trondheim, Norway

13.03.-23.03.1995 Virginia Polytechnic University, Blacksburg, USA

01.10.-10.10.1995 Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland

12.02.-29.02.1996 UNAM, Mexico-City, Mexico

06.09.-12.09.1997 University of Budapest, Hungary

03.05.-16.05.1998 Universities Paris VI und VII, France

21.09.-08.10.1998 Universities of Beijing und Xiamen, China

29.10.-07.11.1998 NTNU, Trondheim, Norway

12.09.-18.09.1999 University of Budapest, Hungary

27.10.-09.11.1999 Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland

18.01.-02.02.2000 UNAM, Mexico-City, Mexico

19.-21.05.1994 Workshop `Algorithms and Computer Applications in Representation Theory of Finite-Dimensional Algebras' at the SFB 343 in Bielefeld

09.-12.11.1995 Workshop `Quadratic Forms in the Representation Theory of Finite-Dimensional Algebras' at the SFB 343 in Bielefeld

01.-05.04.1997 Euroconference `Computational Methods for Representations of Groups and Algebras' at the Institut fur Experimentelle Mathematik in Essen (with G. Michler)

31.08.-11.09.1998 International Conference on Representation Theory of Algebras and Euroconference `Infinite Length Modules' at the SFB 343 in Bielefeld (with C.M. Ringel et.al.)

28.-30.06.1999 Workshop on Representation Theory at the SFB 343 in Bielefeld (with S. König)

25.-27.09.2000 Workshop on Computer Algebra and Representation Theory

Aachen, Augsburg, Bayreuth, Beijing, Bielefeld, Blacksburg, Bonn, Boston, Bregenz, Budapest, Chemnitz, Düsseldorf, Essen, Hamilton, Bad Honnef, Ioannina, Kassel, Kiew, Leeds, Linz, Luminy, Magdeburg, Mexico, Oberwolfach, Ottawa, Paderborn, Padova, Paris, Praha, Regensburg, Seattle, Stuttgart, Torun, Trondheim, Warsaw, Washington, Würzburg, Xiamen, Zurich

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