Dietrich Bollmann

M.Sc. Computational Language Processing
M.Sc. Computer Science

New Sky Building 1013, Okubo 1-1-10, Shinjuku-ku
169-0072 Tokyo, JAPAN
Tel. 070 5024 2267

Born: March 24th 1966, Lübeck - Germany


I am looking for a part time position in the field of computer graphics, web programming and design or game development.

Studies: Computer science, computer graphics and vision, artificial intelligence, cognitive sciences, linguistics, computational linguistics, architecture, Japanese, French and Italian language and culture
  • Computer graphics
  • Generative architectural design
  • Computational language analysis and generation;
    specialization in Japanese linguistics
  • Java enterprise application programming
  • Computer: Operating Systems: Unix, Linux and Windows
    Languages: C, C++, Lisp, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Perl, Tcl/Tk, Prolog, lex & yacc, HPSG, ...
    Computer Graphics / Animation: OpenGl, Blender, Blender Python API, Maya, Maya API, MEL, ...
    Web / Layout: XML, HTML, CSS, PHP, SQL, CGI, Drupal, LaTeX, ...
    Languages: German: mother tongue
    English, French and Japanese: fluent
    Two years university studies in Paris; four years of studies at the University of Tokyo; eight years of language courses at the Japanese-German Center Berlin and the Regional Language Institute Nordrhein-Westfalen (LSI) Bochum.
    Italian: conversational
    Numerous trips and six months of language studies in Italy.
    Spanish: comprehension abilities
    Language courses in Spain
    2001 - Research about generative architectural design using evolutionary computation and formal grammars, Blender, Python, Maya, MEL, C and C++ - PhD Research, University of Tokyo
    2005 - 2007 Java enterprise application programming and evaluation, TradingScreen, Tokyo
    2000 - 2001 Research in statistical and symbolic language processing, University of Tokyo
    1993 - 2000 Development of a morphological and syntactical analyser for Japanese, Technical University of Berlin
    1989 - 1990 Development of medical image analysis programs (image processing / computer vision), medical department, Free University of Berlin
    2001 - 2004 Acting ( Lost In Translation by Sofia Coppola, Takeshi Kitano etc.)
    2000 - 2004 Japanese / English / German translator and interpreter, German teacher
    2001 - PhD candidate of architecture, Fujii/Magaribuchi Laboratory, University of Tokyo - Research about generative methods in architectural design
    expected 2008 - PhD Architecture: Form games - a generative approach to architectural design
    2000 - 2001 Tsujii Laboratory, University of Tokyo - Research in computational linguistics: Statistical approaches to natural language processing
    Apr.-Sep. 2000 International Center, University of Tokyo - Japanese language, culture and affairs course
    1993 - 2000 Technical University Berlin - Studies of computer science: Specialization in Computational Linguistics applied to the Syntax and Morphology of the Japanese Language
    2000 - M.Sc. Computer Science: A computational account of the morphology of the Japanese verb and its interactions with semantics
    1997 - Bachelor Computer Science: A model of the morphology of the Japanese verb with inheritance hierarchies and defaults
    1990 - 2000 Studies of Japanese Language and Culture
    1993 - 2000 Japanese-German Center Berlin
    June 1996 Regional Language Institute Nordrhein-Westfalen (LSI)
    1992 - 1993 Università degli Studi di Firenze, Florence, Italy - Studies of Italian Language and Culture
    1991 - 1992 Laboratoire d'Informatique pour la Mécanique et les Sciences de l'Ingénieur (LIMSI), Orsay, France - Auditor, DEA course Cognitive Sciences
    1990 - 1991 Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO), Paris, France - Studies of Computational Linguistics
    1991 - M.Sc. Computational Language Processing
    1985 - 1990 Technical University Berlin - Studies of Computer Science and Linguistics
    2007 - Grant of the International Kyowa Scholarship Foundation Japan
    2000 - 2004 Japanese Government Scholarship - Monbu-Kagaku-Sho (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Techonology) in assoziation with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
    1990 - 1991 Briand-Stresemann Scholarship - Senate of Berlin, Department of Science, Research and Culture
    Hobbies: Languages and traveling
    Japanese calligraphy, zazen and aikidô
    Friends, acting, sailing, wind surfing, literature, theater, cinema, concerts, ...