Hendrik Noeller (the right person in the picture) participated in the innovative TUMKolleg program of the Otto-von-Taube-Gymnasium where school students have the chance to experience their first research at TU München in their final year in the Gymnasium. Hendrik took the change and did his research in the area of collaborative real time applications at the chair of applied software engineering.
In his excellent work he successfully improved a framework for the synchronization of data between different systems (iOS, OS X and Java applications) in real time and received the first prize for computer science of the Hans Riegel Stiftung in the large auditorium of the LMU. Stephan Krusche received the silver badge of honor of TUM for supervising hi work.
Hendrik just finished the Abitur with the best possible grade and will study computer science at TU München in the upcoming winter semester. Then he can continue his research about collaborative real time applications at the chair of applied software engineering.