From 2001 to 2007 I studied Informatics (Diploma) at Ulm University. I completed my diploma thesis at the Institute of Artificial Intelligence (Topic: "Development and Evaluation of a Parallel Tableau Reasoner for Description Logics", in German) in summer 2007.
After two years of working in the industry I decided to return to science in late 2009. Thus, I started working as a doctoral student in the Transregional Collaborative Research Centre SFB/Transregio 62 in part project A1 (Adaptive Planning and Decision Making) in January 2010. Since October 2014 I am also the project coordinator of the SFB/Transregio 62.
Currently, the focus of my interests lies on planning under uncertainty. The goal in planning under uncertainty is to generate meaningful courses of action even in cases where the environment is only partly or indirectly observable.
As of May 2012, my surname has changed from Müller to Richter.