Austrian Software Engineer, Medical Scientist & Creative Theorist
Claus D. Volko (*1983, Vienna, Austria, Europe) is an Austrian computer and medical scientist who is best known for having been the main editor of the Hugi Magazine from 1996 to 2014. His interest in video game development made him start teaching himself to program when he was eight years old. The tutorial on Quick Basic programming he wrote when he was twelve years old is still popular on the Internet twenty years later. His interest in biochemistry led him to enrol at medical school, and upon graduation he published several research papers on the connection between hormones, stress and the immune system together with his late friend and mentor Dr. Uwe Rohr. Nowadays he is working as a software engineer focusing on a project related to computational physics. His special talents are algorithm design, code optimization and creative problem solving.
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