Questions and AnswersQ: Your office appears to concentrate on software development projects now. Are you also involved in non-software projects?
A: Due to the computational physics background of most of our activities in the 1980s and 1990s, the focus of our work gradually shifted to projects in the software industry. After starting out with the current development office in 2005, we decided, therefore, to focus our main attention to engineering and physics related software projects. Participation in other industries is possible but will not be mentioned in these software-related pages.
Q: Does this imply that your work on the former "Diffusion Problems in the Presence of Cracks" project has been discontinued?
A: No, quite to the contrary. Work in this and some other projects has been ongoing ever since. This now being a project aimed at industrial applications, we have currently no intention publishing anything beyond the original advertisement-like overviews of the 1990s.
Q: On your website you mentioned the textile industry. Are you in any way involved in this industry?
A: Not directly. In former centuries, however, some of my maternal ancestors founded several companies in that sector. Due to this background, I was always keen to participate in textile-industry related projects.
Q: Is your office acting worldwide?
A: We are glad to serve prospective customers from West European countries, Israel and North America. Inquiries from other countries or from outside the civilian sector will not be processed, see our "Notes on Geography" section for additional detail.
Q: When will the next issue of your online journal be published?
A: Due to current project work, only those paying for the journal will be served immediately. Older issues will be uploaded occasionally, simply visit our web site to see if a new free issue is available.
Q: What's your opinion on atheism and the Christian faith?
A: Not accepting any politically motivated ideology or theory, I am completely disapproving of atheism and any of its theses. Instead I am a proponent of a church-based Christian worldview. To those interested in better getting acquainted with the Christian faith I am recommending participation in an alpha course. In many cities, alpha courses are being offered on a regular basis by local churches or Christian organizations like, for example, the YMCA. For those readers interested in this topic, I decided to collect some links on this topic on the following page: » Link zu alpha courses in Munich