About me

  • Research associate in Discrete Mathematics at the University of Bonn
  • 4+ years experience in research and development of complex software tools
  • Core strengths: mathematical optimization, software development, algorithms and data structures
  • Expert in C++ development of large and complex software projects
  • Highly passionate to learn new skills
  • Curriculum Vitae (as of May 2019)


2014 - 2019 PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) in Discrete Mathematics, University of Bonn
2013 - 2014 Master (MASt) in Applied Mathematics, University of Cambridge
2009 - 2013  Bachelor (BSc) in Physics, University of Bonn


P. Cremer, Algorithms for Cell Layout
PhD Thesis PDF

P. Cremer, S. Hougardy, J. Schneider, J. Silvanus, Automatic Cell Layout in the 7nm Era
Nominated for Best Paper Award
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM on International Symposium on Physical Design. ACM PDF

P. Cremer, Non-Traditional Maximal Flow Methods in Image Analysis,
Essay for Part III of the Mathematical Tripos (Cambridge), April 2014. PDF

S. Ji, R. Fisher, E. García-Berro, P. Tzeferacos, G. Jordan, D. Lee, P. Lorén-Aguilar, P. Cremer, and J. Behrends, The Post-Merger Magnetized Evolution of White Dwarf Binaries: The Double-Degenerate Channel of Sub-Chandrasekhar Type Ia Supernovae and the Formation of Magnetized White Dwarfs,
Astrophysical Journal, 773, 136, 2013. arXiv DOI PDF

P. Cremer, Group Theoretical Aspects in Heterotic String Theory,
Bachelor's thesis in Physics, July 2012. PDF


BonnCell: Automated Cell Layout, ISMP (International Symposium on Mathematical Programing), Bordeaux, France, July 3, 2018

Automatic Cell Layout in the 7nm Era, ISPD (International Symposium on Physical Design), Portland (OR), March 21, 2017

The Cut Rectangle Problem, Frico Workshop (Future Research in Combinatorial Optimization), Cologne, August 14, 2015

The Cut Rectangle Problem, ISMP (International Symposium on Mathematical Programming), Pittsburgh (PA), July 17, 2015