Marc Wilhelm Küster - Zentrum für Datenverarbeitung der Universität Tübingen

1970: born in Minden / Westfalen / Germany.

1989-94: Study of physics in Osnabrück / Germany. Diploma thesis on Gas-surface interaction.

1991-97: Studies in philology and history.

1997: Master degree on interdependence between French and English literature in the late 19th / early 20th century.

Since 1996: Research member of the department Literary and documentary data processing in Tübingen university's computing centre. Programming of a Unicode level 3 conformant previewer for the TUSTEP text processing environment. Development of language-conscious Web interfaces for XML databases using TUSTEP.

Since 1997: Participation as German delegate in various technical committees in the standards world such as DIN: NI-02 (character sets), NI-22 (programming languages), CEN/TC304 (European localization requirements), ISO/IEC/JTC1/SC2/WG2 and WG3, JTC1/SC22/WG20 (internationalization).

Since Feb. 1998: Editor of CEN/TC304's project team on European ordering rules.

Since June 1998: Project leader and main editor of CEN/TC304's project on European requirements in the field of browsing and matching.

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