The articles of our blog authors want to contribute to order arguments and opinions, make them assessable and offer an exchange. Every opinion counts – not only in our articles, but also in the user comments. Here you can see who is writing in the TÜV Rheinland Blog:
Alexander Schneider | Senior Manager Corporate Communications
Always looking for exciting stories and topics that are interesting to tell. There are plenty of them in the company. As an “Immi” he enjoys living in Cologne and loves the city as much as his bicycle – with which he also commutes to work every day.
Anand Rabindranath | Senior Information Security Specialist
Anand Rabindranath is a Senior Information Security Specialist at TÜV Rheinland in Muscat, Oman. He has more than ten years of professional experience in IT security, audit, risk and compliance management. Among other things, he supports global companies in implementing information security management systems and training internal users on computer security topics. As a result, they are better able to prevent IT security breaches and respond to cyber attacks.
Dr. Benedikt Westermann | Publishing - Lead Security Analyst
Björn Koßmann | Head of Seminars
Christian Rudnick | Area Manager Kraftfahrt
Christoph Bois | IT Demand Manager
Franziska Weiser | Head of Competence Center Digital Mobility Services
Hans-Peter Pape | Product Certification Body
Inès Culmey | Social Media Manager
Innocenzo Caria | Product Manager
Iris Dohmen | Organisational Psychology
Katharina Kentel | Toy testing expert
The source of all good lies in the game. – F.W.A. Fröbel (1782-1852), German educator [founded the first kindergarten in 1840]. It was not only through her entry into toy testing at the beginning of 2017 that TÜV Rheinland expert Katharina Kentel discovered her enthusiasm for toys. In her private life, too, game evenings with family and friends are regularly on her calendar, and on team evenings she likes to play cards until the early hours of the morning. Now she has developed the certificate “Excellent Play Value” with pedagogical evaluation, so that our children are also supported in their development when playing.
Lea Probst | Security Consultant
Maro Hartberger | Head of Automotive Solutions & Workshop Quality
Nigel Stanley | Global OT & Cybersecurity
Phillip Meyers | Head of Innovation Academy & Life Care
Rico Barth | Head of Competence Center Connected and Automated Driving
Rico Barth leads the Competence Center for Connected and Automated Driving within TÜV Rheinland. The graduated engineer with many years of professional experience in the automative sector develops new services as well as validation and testing processes for ADAS and Autonomous Functionalities. Furthermore he is active in various test fields for software and diagnostics, especially in the area of sensor technology, vehicle in the loop approach and connectivity challenges.
Sabine Hager | HRD & Diversity
Sarah Stark | Industrial Services
Dr. Stefanie Schneider | Security Consultant
Stefan Eigler | Mastering Risk & Compliance
Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Köster | Head of the Technical Competence Center Industrial Machinery
Head of the Technical Competence Center Industrial Machinery at TÜV Rheinland. Studied electrical engineering at the Technical University of Berlin. Started his career in 1996 in the electrical engineering test laboratory of TÜV Rheinland Japan in Yokohama. Since 2005 employed at TÜV Rheinland in Germany in the area of machine safety and laboratory manager for industrial machinery until 2020. Since 2020 global coordinator of the Machinery segment at TÜV Rheinland. Member of German and European committees in the area of machinery safety.