• HI! I'M Patrick Gebert

    SOFTWARE DEVELOPER & PASSIONATE CLIMBER FROM KARLSRUHE, GERMANY
  • HI! I    Climbing

    I LIKE ICE, ALPINE, SPORT CLIMBING, BOULDERING AND MOUNTAINEERING
  • HI! I    Coding

    I LIKE PROGRAMMING, COMPUTER SCIENCE & NERD STUFF
  • HI! I    Traveling

    I LIKE TO VISIT HIDDEN SPOTS, FOREIGN COUNTRIES & MEET NEW PEOPLE
About me

Hello , I am a software developer from Karlsruhe (Germany), studying computer science at the Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT).

Besides, I am a passionate climbing athlete and trainer for competition climbing. I love to push my limits on challenging climbing problems. Since 2015, I'm a member of the Felskader BW.

Patrick Gebert Karlsruhe Portrait
Personal Information
Name:Patrick Gebert
Age:26 Years
Graduation:MSc in Computer Science (in progress)
University:Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT)
Address:Karlsruhe, Germany
I     climbing!
Patrick Gebert climbing in Datca (Turkey).
Climbing Athlete

Climbing is part of my life - my goal is to visit the most amazing climbing spots around the world and to send the hardest routes & boulders!

Rock Climbing

To me rock climbing is the most interesting kind of climbing - in long routes or hard boulder problems.

I love to be outside with friends pushing my limits further. You are not climbing against competitors, but against your own limits.

Training

Climbing is about getting better - so training is part of climbing for me. Training rightly is very challenging, but a lot of fun with motivated friends.

Besides I am a trainer of the competition climbing team in Karlsruhe trying to help teenagers to achieve their goals.

Indoor Climbing

While rock climbing is the main challenge for me, I also like the funny problems provided by human route setters.

Indoor climbing is also nice and a good opportunity to achieve the skills and fitness for the rock trips. Meeting a lot of friends with different skills, you can learn a lot.

Beyond the limits!
Patrick Gebert bouldering in Iceland.
Learning

Computer Science means a lot of learning - at university, at work and in your free time. But if you have the skills, it is very fascinating and a lot of fun!

#hacktheworld
Patrick Gebert studying computer science at Karlsruher Institute of Technology.
Projects

This is a small selection of the projects that I created for the KIT, other companies or for me in my free time.

Visual Haptic Simulation

Manipulation of virtual 3D objects with a selfmade data glove with integrated haptic feedback. The system used a Oculus Rift for a realisitc feeling of the 3D space.

Arduino
Oculus Rift
C#
Unity3D
Haptic Belt

Belt with integrated haptic feedback via vibration motors and remote control via Android app and Bluetooth to help blind people to navigate.

Arduino
Android
Bluetooth
3DPrinting
WhatsCash

Web based prototype for a real time mobile payments for the Fiducia IT AG. The idea was to integrate payments into a chat application.

JS
Google Polymer
Angular
Socket.io
Speech Processing

Cascading speech processing to translate any given text without a special form into Java code to control a robot.

Java
Gate
Jape
LegoMindStorm
Mobile Robot Vision

Integration of a 3D tracking system and a Kinect into a complex robot system. Involves 3D object localization and recognition.

Kinect & OptiTrack
C++
ROS
Robotics
Computer Vision

Image processing (object recognition/semantic segmentation) via convolution neural networks and machine learning for the KIT.

CNN
ML
Pytorch
Python
$computer_science = $learning + $fun;
Patrick Gebert studying computer science at Karlsruher Institute of Technology.