Co-Founder & Critical Catalyst
Thinks that learning should be fun and interaction is the ideal way to get there
Mastered Physics and Math at the TU Vienna, simulator with heart (this algorithm needs more power!)
Favorite Element: Sb
rebellious and unadapted
Co-Founder & Transmuting Equilibrium
Having interests in automatization and machine interaction, he is highly motivated to learn new things and sharpen his mind.
Studying electrical engineering enabled his programming skills and inspired him to tutor other students. An excursion into airborne systems and high performance computing finally leaded to Waltzing Atoms.
Favorite Element: Pl
Platinum is cool, because of the color and the strength
Design Director & Alkane Creatress
Thinks there is a lot more to discover in digital learn experience
Studied Graphic- and Communication-Design at Die Graphische. Designer with great passion for typography, elegant and simple design.
Favorite Element: Beryllium
in the middle ages it was used as a magic glass to enlarge letters for better legibility
Webdev Department & Inert Synthesizer
Electronics, Digital Control, Embedded Systems, Web Development, Programming
Favorite Element: Hydrogen
the lightest element
Education Department & Explosives and Soapmaker
Thinks that a good reaction is as entertaining as a good movie. First it glows and then - plot twist!
Studying chemistry and psychology he tries to find out what makes people tick and why this world is so incredibly awesome! Chemistry is fun - and he will show you why!
Favorite Element: Li
The fairest metal of them all - or at least the lightest! It burns in water but otherwise great at bonding!
Scene Designer & Evaporating Chemical
Thinks that we should make changes now, not tomorrow.
His studies in computer science and visual computing at the TU Vienna brought him to Waltzing Atoms. His passion is software that feels good and looks great.
Favorite Element: Titanium
It's stronger than steel but much lighter. Sometimes he calls it "supersteel"
Physics Department & Citric Cyclist
We don't need to make science fun, we just have to make you see the fun in science.
Studying the mysteries of the universe (physics)
Favorite Element: Cobalt
named after German 'Kobold' = goblins. Ferromagnetic, looking great in pigments
Mobile Director & Free Radical Condensator
Mankind always learned through telling stories and experience the world on their own. The digital interactive medium always fascinates me combining both worlds and reaching all parts of the brain to learn.
When I am not forced to be serious, I build crazy little games that will make you giggle like a little child.
Favorite Element: Pu
Because it sounds like a Disney Dog, but still scares everyone!
Ultimate Webifier & Purified Pagodane
More fun & interactivity in education.
Helping customers to get rid of fusty architecture. Building modern & maintainable web applications.
Favorite Element: Gallium
it's silvery and paramagnetic. And its name reminds me of an insurgent french hamlet
Web Engineer & Affine Catalyst
Thinks that the human mind can be a scene for most exciting adventures.
Vogonized databases and hacked Mobile Protocols at Siemens, chased tau jets with the Hephy for CERN and established a computer network in Uganda.
Favorite Element: C
After many yrs of playing with silicon-based units, Oswald now plays most of his sparetime with two lovely carbon-based units, Leonard and Laura.
Chemistry Department & Peptide Synthesizer
Introducing my ideas for chemistry classes and trying to inspire students for chemistry.
I studied chemistry.
Favorite Element: Helium
because it's superfluid at temperatures around absolute zero
Chemistry Department & Nano Particle Incubator
Seeing the app developing from the start and contribute my own ideas.
Moved to vienna to study chemistry, finished my bachelor and recently started my master in biological chemistry.
Favorite Element: Neon
a noble Element which brings light into the darkness
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