Prof. Dr. Tobias Friedrich

Merlin de la Haye

Chair for Algorithm Engineering
Hasso Plattner Institute

Office: K-2.13
Tel.: 0331 5509 3985
E-Mail: Merlin.delaHaye(at)hpi.de

Research Interests

I am interested in graph theory and algorithms, and algorithmic game theory, among other things. Currently, I am exploring Wireless Network Creation Games, which were also the focus of my Master thesis.


As Teaching Assistant in

As Tutor in

  • second basic course of Mathematics, summer term 2017 and summer term 2021
  • course on Design and Implementation of Digital Circuits with VHDL, summer term 2018
  • introduction course to Digital Systems, winter terms 2016 and 2017
  • HPI Schülerkolleg (series of lectures for pupils 7th grade and up), winter terms 2016 to 2019

As Lecturer in

  • HPI Schülerkolleg in three courses and a one day workshop on mathmatical and logical riddles, from winter term 2020 to summer term 2021

Short CV

Other Activities

In my freetime, I enjoy dancing and reading (currently Unlocked by John Scalzi), rope climbing, speed cubing, and playing video games. I also enjoy singing in the student a cappella group "Source Chord".


[ 2021 ]

2021 [ nach oben ]

  • Software Forest: A Visual... - Download
    Atzberger, Daniel; Cech, Tim; de la Haye, Merlin; Söchting, Maximilian; Scheibel, Willy; Limberger, Daniel; Döllner, Jürgen Software Forest: A Visualization of Semantic Similarities in Source Code using a Tree MetaphorProceedings of the 16th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications -- Volume 3 IVAPP 2021: 112–122