Hello, nice to meet you. My name is David Nadlinger, statistically speaking my life is around 25 % complete, and when I'm not pondering quantum physics, you'll usually find me writing software or dabbling in music and design.

Originally from Linz, Austria, I am currently a DPhil student in the University of Oxford. My research is on trapped ion quantum information – how to build a quantum computer out of single atoms –, a field I first came in touch with during my Physics degree at ETH Zürich. I am also interested in computer science and programming language design, which has been a favorite pastime (and superb time sink) during the last few years.

Perhaps as a counter-balance to my otherwise rather analytical nature, I like to pursue the creative side of things whenever I can find some spare time (ah, academia…). Music has been very important to me for a long time – after receiving classical piano training (which I now wish I had taken more seriously), my interests later shifted more towards Jazz and improvisation. Recently, I have also been seen on various dancefloors, some more competitive than others.

I also like experimenting in graphics design whenever I get the chance to – what particularly appeals to me are typography-heavy designs in print and web, and kinetic type in motion graphics. For inspiration, I enjoy browsing well-done fonts and typography, and Dribbble is always worth a look.


The best way to contact me is probably via mail at da…@klickverbot.at (as a measure against address harvesting, please replace the dots with the three last characters of my first name). I generally try to answer any requests within at least a day or two.

Besides that, you will usually find me going by the moniker klickverbot on various online services – e.g. on Twitter, GitHub, Bitbucket, or the Freenode IRC network (I’ll often be idling in #d).


This hand-crafted website was generated using Jekyll, makes liberal use of HTML 5 and related techniques, and is best viewed using any modern browser. Its design is responsive in nature and should work on just about any device (be sure to let me know if it doesn’t on yours). Fonts are Droid Serif and M+ 1m, and the icons are displayed using a custom symbol font based on the adorable IcoMoon collection.