Dominik Pascal Schreiber

I am a computer science researcher pursuing a PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) at the Algorithm Engineering group at the Institute of Theoretical Informatics @ Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Together with my PhD advisor Peter Sanders, our research focuses on scalable distributed algorithms, high-performance SAT solving, and SAT-driven AI planning. I have contributed to top-tier venues such as IJCAI, ICAPS, JAIR, and SAT. The open-source solutions I develop in the scope of my research have won several awards at international competitive events; most notably, I am the author of the currently best performing large-scale SAT solving platform (scaling from dozens to thousands of cores).


  PhD studies at the Institute of Theoretical Informatics, Algorithmics II, KIT 2018-?
Computer Science M.Sc. at KIT, Karlsruhe and at ENSIMAG, INP Grenoble 2016-2018
Software Engineering B.Sc. at University of Stuttgart 2013-2016
"Taus" primary & secondary school, Backnang 2001-2013


  Instructor of intensive courses in mathematics preparing for the Abitur 2016-2017
  Cath. youth work: Servants, course instruction, editor of the Sakristei youth journal 2010-2016
  Part of various choirs and music groups 2002-2013
  Programming and software development for little open source projects


  Music (guitar, ukulele, piano, banjo, vocals)
  Alpine skiing
  Free Software and Linux