Research & Development
This is the website of Ingo Breßler: I am a software developer and computer engineer. My interests include application-oriented numerical data analysis and interpretation in nanotechnology as well as problems in computer-controlled fabrication for additive and subtractive rapid-prototyping, for example 3D Printing and CNC methods.
I offer custom development of
- data analysis and visualization
- computational geometry
- r&d of numerical algorithms
- applications for multiple platforms
MCSAS – A program for determining the sizes of nano-particles by analyzing data of small angle scattering measurements such as SAXS or SANS. It is based on a Monte-Carlo algorithm originally developed by Brian R. Pauw to find a model-free size distribution including uncertainties based on the provided data. In late 2014 an article was prepared concerning the updated and latest version of the program.
SASfit – A program for fitting structural models to small angle scattering data. In 2008, I joined Dr. Joachim Kohlbrecher in development. Since then, I added several features, bug fixes and performed maintenance of the code base.
Currently, I work for the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing in Germany (aka BAM) in division 6.5: Polymers in Life Science and Nanotechnology.
Supporting the Open Source idea, collaboration across projects and cross platform interoperability. Further interests are user interface design, data visualization, computer graphics and vision, as well as all kinds of creative problem solving.