Lukas Retschmeier

PhD Student in Computer Science @DIKU Københavns Universitet
Hei! Welcome to my little private corner of the internet!

I have recently started a PhD at Providentia at BARC at the University of Copenhagen under the supervision of Rasmus Pagh. My research area is that of Differential Privacy.

Prior, I worked as a PLM consultant for Atos in my vibrant home city Munich. During this time, I had the opportunity to contribute my expertise to a variety of international projects in the manufacturing and automotive industries where I led the design and implementation of innovative solutions utilizing the PLM suite Siemens Teamcenter. I am proficient with a broad range of technologies and tools, including Java with the Spring Framework, AngularJS, Siemens Teamcenter, and Docker. Furthermore, I supported various tender offerings from a technical side and gained a lot of experience in supervising interns. For a detailed overview of my projects, have a look at my CV. I am a strong advocate of agile methodologies like Scrum.

In my spare time, you can find me either playing (beach) volleyball or sitting in front of my piano playing sonatas.




  • Algorithms and Data Structures, Winter 24, University of Copenhagen: Teaching Assistant / Coordination
  • Discrete Structures, Winter 21, Technical University Munich: Teaching Assistant
  • Optes, 2016 - 2018, Cooperative State University Mannheim (DHBW), Research Assistant

Freetime Activities

I am a passionate piano player and I enjoy classical music. Here is a more recent example of me playing the first movement of the Waldstein Sonate.

If you have an idea for cooperation of any kind or need someone for accompaniment, just drop me a message. :)

Professional Experience

PhD Student

Providentia · Copenhagen, Denmark
2023 -
Full-Time PhD in Differential Privacy.

IT Consultant PLM

2018 - 2023
Consultancy and active development for clients in the automotive and manufacturing industries in the Teamcenter world.


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