All kind of mechanical areas, mechatronics as well as analog and digital signal processing
Techniques Pascal Kulman Uses:
To me, there is no such thing as a single specified technique to solve such kinds of problems which I usually like to solve. For every problem which could be solved by a certain technique, there will be a person to apply it and get the kind of result which this technique normally produces. If this approach fails constantly, then the problem could be of interest to me.
My main approach will be to learn as much as possible about the subject, getting a feeling for the problem and, much more important, understanding it's environment, having great patience by getting through each detail and asking each time the "what if" question.
Pascal Kulman's Problem Solving Skills:
Finding errors within initial questions. A lot of people make a lot of subconscious assumptions when they ask questions. I usua
I'm quite strong in thinking up all encompassing concepts to solve a certain problem or situation
I have a similar kind of "3D-thinking" like Leonardo da Vinci, except when it comes to art. While he was a painter, I'm a music
Finding the very optimum for a solution. To me the infinitesimal optimum always is a "nothing" that can "everything" which kind
Pascal Kulman's Problem Solving Experience:
I developed a concept within the pro-audio industry which solves the huge problem of combining software and hardware signal processing in a single streamlined workflow. This is still in development and hasn't yet publicized anywhere yet.
At university we had to develop once a less expensive version of an existing oxygen measurement cell, where I delivered the best and most innovative solution, again by finding and correcting an error within the task's definition.