Meinhard Kissich is a Ph.D. student at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) in Austria, studying and researching FPGA backend flows, exploitation of physical effects in FPGAs, and applied formal verification. Prior to joining the Embedded Automotive Systems (EAS) Group, he worked at various electronics and semiconductor companies while pursuing his studies. In 2022 he achieved a Master’s degree with distinction in Information and Computer Engineering from Graz University of Technology, after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in the same field. Meinhard Kissich’s educational journey is not just about the acquisition of knowledge but also about sharing it. During his studies, he was involved as an assistant in Control Systems and held lecture units. He now leads the Real-Time Operating Systems Laboratory course and supports the related lecture held by his Ph.D. supervisor Prof. Marcel Baunach. Apart, Meinhard Kissich thrives on engaging in unique ideas outside convention and evaluating the found solutions.