Research Scientist

Codes and data

In a commitment to open science I aim to make all code and all data that I use for my research openly and freely available. I am convinced that this will in the long run benefit science in general, because other researchers (i.e. you) can use the models I developed for your own observations, reproduce my results and use my observations in different contexts.

My goal is to make codes and data available on a persistent and long-term basis. Thus, most of this is stored in external, institutionalized archives and below you find the links to those.


Some of my code is available at CDS (e.g. for weighting several 1D spectra of an inhomogeneously irradiated binary), the rest of my code is on github:


Usually, I publish data as electronic tables with my articles. If you do not find it in my publications, it may be here: