Dominik Schultes

I left the KIT in 2008 and I am no longer involved in the route planning project. For nostalgic reasons, I have decided to freeze this page in its current state.
My current affiliation is the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen.

Main Interests

Generally speaking, I am interested in applicable Theoretical Computer Science, i.e., Theoretical Computer Science whose application in practice is at least visible in the distance. I have specialised in the field of Algorithms, Data Structures and Complexity. Particularly, I like Graph Algorithms.
Currently, I am a research assistant at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, in the "Algorithmics II" group of Prof. Sanders.

My PhD Project: Route Planning in Road Networks

In my PhD project, I deal with fast and accurate route planning. Click here to find related publications, a demo, and slides of related talks.

Other Publications, Projects, Essays etc.

Here is a list of my other publications (which are not related to route planning) and some projects, essays and other things I did during my studies.

Short CV

10. Apr 1980born in Weilburg
1986 – 1991primary school in Villmar
1991 – 2000secondary school in Limburg
Jul 00 – Apr 01military service
Apr 01 – Mar 03Vordiplom in Computer Science at the University of Kaiserslautern
Apr 03 – Sep 03Bachelor in Computer Science at the Saarland University
Oct 03 – Mar 04Master studies commenced at the Saarland University
Mar 04 – Nov 04Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science at the University of Auckland, New Zealand
Dec 04 – Jul 05Master studies completed at the Saarland University
Sep 05 – Jun 08research assistant at the University of Karlsruhe
[All places are situated in Germany unless otherwise stated.]

last updated: May 2008 - with a minor change in 2024