Whether you’re a friend or a stranger, thank you for pointing your browser at my personal homepage. My name is Michael Schutte and I am a computer scientist and human hearing researcher (both in that I am human, and in that I study the auditory system of humans) in the working group of Benedikt Grothe at LMU in Munich, Europe. Until Lutz Wiegrebe passed away in 2019, I had the pleasure of being part of his lab along with Ella Lattenkamp, Leonie Baier and others. As of late 2020, I am in the process of finishing my PhD at the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences. At the same time, I am developing a real-time system for the simulation of room acoustics, based on the RAZR model created at the lab of Stephan Ewert at the University of Oldenburg.
I live in Munich and Berlin, and I still feel attached to my beautiful hometown of Innsbruck in the Alps. Outside of work, I’m a fan of almost all physical activities that are about getting from A to B (such as bicycling, hiking, swimming or canoeing). I also love to travel further than the energy of my own body can take me, preferably by train. At home, I have a habit of disappearing in the kitchen for hours to cook and bake bread. I am also very interested in a variety of topics which I’m sadly not formally educated in, such as human language, urban planning and design.
Please see my online CV if you are interested in my professional background.
I occasionally take pictures of places I visit.
Feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com. Physical mail reaches me at:Michael Schutte
Division of Neurobiology
LMU Department of Biology II
Großhaderner Straße 2