Curriculum Vitae

I aim to use my skills as efficiently and ethical as possible. One can only deliver a quality product after putting great effort in understanding the goals, fears and constraints of a user or client. I hope to further push the boundaries of my knowledge and technology as a whole to achieve this objective.
Tim Hallyburton
Generalized Objective Statment


04.2017 - 10.2018

04.2017 – 05.2018 as Technical Student in association with University of Applied Sciences

05.2018 – 10.2018 as User in association with Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics

European Organization for Nuclear Research

Technical Student, User —  Department: Experimental Physics, Grid Technology & Production

  • Developing the Java ALICE Grid Environment Framework (JAliEn)
  • Developing and designing a Computing Resource Simulation for future LHC Runs
  • Developing and Operating the ALICE Grid Environment Framework (AliEn)

Geneva, Switzerland

10.2014 - 03.2017

Imago IT GmbH

Dual Student — Department: Projects

  • Full stack web development
  • Designing of e-Learning platforms and implementing functional prototypes
  • Writing a Hybrid App with NativeScript
  • Presenting new technologies and achievements to a team of four
  • Developing a web-based advertisement game

Kaiserslautern, Germany

03.2014 - 10.2014

vwd Vereinigte Wirtschaftsdieneste

Working Student — Department: Reporting Solutions

  • Creating automated reports for the Portfolio Management System
  • Handling first- and second-level support tickets

Kaiserslautern, Germany


04.2019 - today

Computer Science, M.Sc.

Technical University Dortmund

Anticipated Graduation: 10.2021

Elective Courses: 

  • Real Time Systems and Applications
  • Distributed Algorithms

10.2014 - 12.2018

Applied Computer Science, B. Sc.

University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern

GPA: 1.1*

Bachelor Thesis:

Annotation and Reflection Based Meta Programming in Java 8 (1.0)

Elective Courses: 

  • Advanced Communication Networks (1.0)
  • Application and Programming of Microcontrollers (1.0)
  • Graphical Apps – The Android View (1.0)
  • Advanced Programming Techniques (1.0)

* on a declining scale from 1.0 – 4.0

10.2012 - 10.2014

Physics, B. Sc.

TU Kaiserslautern, TU Dortmund

Discontinued for now, to pursue a degree in Computer Science


Abitur (A-Levels)

Phoenix-Gymnasium, Dortmund

GPA 2.1

  • Majors in Physics and Math
  • Minors in English and Social Sciences



UXQB Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience

Foundation Level

License: 16-CPUXFL-95797-27



Issued by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation

(Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes)



Java, C++, JavaScript, Perl


Linux, Windows, Git, CVS, Android


MySQL, Cassandra


English and German (Mother Tongue)



Machine Learning, Distributed Computing, Quantum Computing, Web Technologies, Statistics and Math


Literature, Design and Chess

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