„Management of many is the same as management of few. It is a matter of organization.“

>> Welcome to

Sebastian Bartsch

's personal website!

About strategy and tactics:

Sun Tzu

(around 500 BC in Qi, China) is the author of The Art of War, a widely influential work on military tactics and general strategy that also affected philosophy. In my opinion it should be mandatory for everyone to read and understand this book; or as Master Sun said:

„[...] It is said that if you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles; if you do not know your enemies but do know yourself, you will win one and lose one; if you do not know your enemies nor yourself, you will be imperiled in every single battle. [...]“

Photographs from SBartsch:

Photo of Sebastian Bartsch Photo of Tanja and Sebastian
Photo of green glowing Church Photo of natural Ice Sculpture

Photos by SBartsch / CC BY-SA

About Sebastian Bartsch:

Hey Guys, my name is Sebastian and I'm from Bavaria; currently living in Ingolstadt with plans to move to Dollnstein within the next years. Beside being married to my beloved wife Tanja Bartsch (maiden name

Tanja Kniepert

) I work as a


for Radar-Sensors at

Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH

(lead plant for production of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems). I'm interested in science (everything from behavioral biology up to astrophysics), technology (especially cars and computers), politics (leftish) and philosophy.

Born in 1987 in Munich my parents Udo and Doris Bartsch temporarily moved into the United States (Expatriate to Alabama but we traveled around a lot). Back in Bavaria I grew up on the countryside (in the placid village Maitenbeth which is around 30 km east of Munich) with my younger brother Jonas and my two little sisters Theresa and Pia Bartsch. We did have a nice childhood together, e.g. as we traveled different countries along Europe by motorhome. After finishing my Abitur at

Luitpold-Gymnasium Wasserburg

I tried to study mechanical engineering at the Technical University Munich but somehow ended up with an Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from

Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften FH Ingolstadt

. In 2014 I finally completed my Master of Science in Electrical Engineering at the

Hochschule München

(see graduation and employment certificates).

Till now I was able to gather experience at plenty different facilities like working with handicapped persons at a sheltered workshop, repairing cars at a service station or as a cashier at a super market. I also volunteered for Pirate Party by administering the Social Media appearance during German federal election in 2009. While studying I freelanced as an Software consultant (Web applications with PHP and MySQL) and finished projects at


(Java-EE Server) and


(FPGA with Matlab/Simulink) as well as in scientific research (R, IP and Next-generation networks. The resulting master's thesis

Specific Transmission Characteristics of WLAN in Comparison to UMTS

is freely publicated (including LaTeX-typeset).

In addition to this basic webpage I also run a secured Linux-Server with different services (Debian, Apache, TOR Proxy, phpBB). My major interests are Strategic, Information and Operational Security in particular to protect our privacy and freedom. Professionally I deal with network communications protocols, vehicle bus standards and cybersecurity in an automotive environment (implementation of c based test software in production). And as my wife loves traveling around, too, we keep on visiting different countries. Maybe you will meet Tanja and Sebastian somewhere. ☺

Private Contact Information:

Address: Effnerstraße 8a, 85049 Ingolstadt
Phone: +49 (0)174 6221283

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E-Mail: mail@sebastianbartsch.de

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Skype: SBartsch87
Jabber: SBartsch@jabber.ccc.de
Twitter: @SBartsch
XING: Sebastian_Bartsch34
LinkedIn: SBartsch
Facebook: SBartsch87
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>> Best wishes, Sebastian Bartsch!

„To a surrounded enemy, you must leave a way of escape...“