Curriculum Vitae

Jonas Wolf
Dipl.Ing.

Product and Safety Manager at Vector Informatik GmbH

Since 2014

Responsible for functional safety at the embedded department at Vector. I successfully lead the process improvement which resulted in the certification of Vector’s AUTOSAR basic software stack according to ISO 26262 ASIL D.

Consultant at Vector Consulting Services GmbH

2012 – 2014

Consulting on safety concepts, trainings on ISO 26262 and several projects on process improvement for software development in different domains.

Software Architect at Rohde & Schwarz SIT GmbH

2009 – 2012

Software and systems architect for the crypto subsystem of a military software defined radio for classified communication.

Freelance ground instructor for commercial helicopter pilots

2008 – 2013

Subjects: mass and balance and flight performance

Research assistant at the Institute of Aircraft Systems at the University of Stuttgart

2008 – 2009

Project lead for EU-sponsored research project on fly-by-wire control system for general aviation aircraft.

Lecturer of an introductory course for embedded systems.

Graduation as Dipl.-Ing. in aerospace engineering from the University of Stuttgart

2007

In-depth elective courses in flight control system design and control theory.

Abitur at the Wagenburg-Gymnasium Stuttgart

2002

Programming Languagues

  • Ada
  • C
  • C++1x
  • D
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • Python
  • Rust
  • Assembler (PowerPC, Intel, ARM, …)
  • XSLT

Languages

  • German (mother tongue)
  • English (fluent)
  • Spanish (basics)
  • Japanese (basics)
  • Latin (Great Latinum)

Membership and Certificates

I am a member of IEEE Computer Society and ZVEI.

I am certified by TÜV as a Functional Safety Professional for ISO 26262.

Volunteer Work

From 2000 to 2007 I was active at the Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW). I regularly supported the highway patrol in the Stuttgart area with  technical and first aid. I participated trainings by UNHCR, UNJLC, UNOCHA and EU as support staff or acting as a refugee in the simulations. I was trained as a paramedical assistant and for leadership positions in domestic and international missions. My last assignment was what is I think best translated with platoon leader.

Others

I love sailing and rock climbing.