Michael Wagner studied Computer Science at the University of Rostock and received his B.Sc. degree in September 2012. The topic of his thesis was the development of "Evolutionary Methods for Selecting Herbicide Combinations in CeBrUs" in cooperation with the Department for Crop. Health. In October 2012 he started work at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) on a project concerned with multi-agent based crowd simulation and evolutionary optimization. After his appointment at NTU in February 2014 he joined TUM CREATE. His interests include evolutionary optimization, agent-based systems and modelling & simulation.