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[cv.git] / ref-pfeifer_ailab_1999.rst
1 ===============================================================================
2                              Letter of reference
3 ===============================================================================
4 by Prof. Dr. Rolf Pfeifer, 20 December 1999
5 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
6
7 (translated from German by myself)
8
9 Mr. Martin F. Krafft, born on 14 February 1979, currently living at
10 Waldpromenade 36a in 82131 Gauting/M√ľnchen, Germany, joined our lab as intern
11 and staff member between 16 August 1999 and 17 December 1999.
12
13 Mr. Krafft took part in projects and experiments within our institute. His
14 ambition and his knowledge of artificial intelligence, neural networks, and
15 robotics made him a dependable and resourceful worker.
16
17 He assisted lectures and lab sessions by answering students' questions
18 objectively and intelligibly, and by helping them putting theoretical
19 experiments to work in the real world. Of special remark were his didactic
20 abilites, his friendliness, and his patience.
21
22 Within the institute, Mr. Krafft followed the research of others with
23 interest, and contributed scientific talks to the community. He was a pleasant
24 and open-minded partner in discussions, and never had a problem articulating
25 his position in a comprehensible fashion.
26
27 Towards his colleagues, he was always polite and suave. His humour and his
28 natural character were well received.
29
30 We thank Mr. Krafft for his commitment in our institute, and would welcome him
31 back at any point in time.
32
33 .. class:: signature
34
35 signed Prof. Dr. Rolf Pfeifer
36 Full professor of computer science
37 Director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory