Head of R&D
has been a nic.at team member since August 2002. He leads the technical implementation of the new Top Level Domains (new gTLDs), and is active in the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) External Link. Previously, he worked from 1996 to 2002 as a systems engineer at a business ISP and was self-employed.
completed the technical school in Vienna. From 1997 to 2003 he was working as a systems engineer with EUnet GmbH / KPNQwest GmbH / EUnet AG. In summer 2003, he became a staff member of nic.at, where he was responsible for the development and design of the Greenspot platform. At the moment, he is working on the development and design of the ENUM-registry and relevant projects.
studied Computer Networking (B.Sc) and Computer Science (M.Sc.) in Furtwangen, Germany, which he finished in 2017, while focussing on Blockchain (Hyperledger Project) with his Master Theses. Already in 2012 he started working in the area of back-end development, since April 2018 he supports the nic.at Research & Development department. Next to R&D he also continues working with blockchain.
Project Manager, Sales
is working at nic.at since 2010 and is responsible for project management with an emphasis on product development and sales regarding new gTLDs and anycast-technology. He holds a degree in Electronic Engineering from the Technikum Wien in Vienna, Austria and a degree in Operational Telecommunication from the Cable&Wireless Academy at the University of Coventry, UK. Prior to his dedication on new gTLDs he was engaged with Telekom Austria where the focus of his work was on innovation management, later on risk management. He is an IPMA (International Project Management Association) certified project manager as well as a risk manager from the ÖCI (Austrian Controlling Institute).
Karl Heinz Wolf
studied computer- and electrical engineering at the Technical University of Vienna. After his thesis, which was coached by Klaus Darilion of nic.at, he concerned himself with VoIP. Within the nic.at-team, of which he is a member since June 2007, he is engaged in projects concerning VoIP and emergency calls.