Daniel Zehe studied Computer Systems in Engineering at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany. He received has bachelor degree in 2011 an his master degree in 2012. While studying at the Otto-von-Guericke University, he drafted his bachelor and master thesis in cooperation with the BMW Group in Munich. From 2011 to 2013 he was heading a software development startup. He joinded TUM CREATE in 2012 as a Research Asscociate. He worked on the EVA electric vehicle protoype on the computing and electronics team, which was presented at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2013.
His research areas are in simulation tools and services for large-scale agend-based traffic simulations. This is reflected in his PhD thesis which is titled “Cloud Simulation for Lage-Scale Agent-Based Traffic simulations” where he explores the posibility of executing and administering high performance simulations in Cloud environments to make them accessbile to non-domain experts. This also includes the development of the simulation engine as well.