Profile: fred_firestone

Personal background
I live in NE part Bavaria called Franconia, ca. 200 km N of Munich. There are two residents:
1. My origin is the Kulmbacher (known for ist beer) County near the Wagner town 'Bayreuth' where I studied Physics. Diploma work on NMR studies on intermetallic compounds at cryogenic temperatures.
2. Since end of 1987 I'm working in the City of porcelain 'Selb' as phycisist in the fields of thermal Analysis with Focus on documentation, Software localization, Software testing, technical writing of help systms and some DOS programming.
My interests are astronomy (member of German VDS, Astro AG Hof, Sternwarte hof), photography (Fotoklub selb, Adobe Lightroom, DSLR Canon), HAM Radio (member of DARC, OV b09 Hof/Saale, HAM operator dd1uw), technical writing (member of German TEKOM)
I'm very intersted in numerical mathematics but can't spend much time for it
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
The Seti Project does touch my interests in astronomy. Seti is really worth to be supported in computations as it is very exciting to get an answer for extra terristic signals.
Seti is from Point of view perfectly programmed. Simply install it and let it run . In and out transfer is automatically . GREAT !
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