Julian was born in 1996 in Bad Soden, Germany. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Mannheim, a Master in Economics from Barcelona School of Economics, and a Master of Research in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra, specializing in theoretic microeconomics.
In his bachelor‘s and master‘s theses he has explored a game theoretic model of altruism and motivational crowding, documented and modeled deautomation patterns, and developed a model of technology adoption cascades.
Julian worked as a teaching assistant in mathematics, statistics, microeconomics and game theory, and as a research assistant in economic policy, game theory, and innovation economics during his undergraduate and graduate studies.
Currently, he is particularly interested in research regarding game theory and industrial organization, working on research papers on a game theoretic model of soft landing contracts and the effects of consumer heterogeneity with respect to quality awareness.
In his leisure time he loves to play piano, cook, and play tennis.