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Hi, I’m Benjamin πŸ‘‹

Helping technical founders to turn their sci-fi vision into reality as an investor at Lunar Ventures πŸš€

Completed my Ph.D. in theoretical physics at the age of 24, bootstrapping my own publishing house: Visual Ink Publishing, and writing a blog on Startups Shaping the Future of Computing πŸ€“


At Lunar Ventures, we invest pre-revenue at pre-seed/seed stage in computer science moonshots e.g. in cryptography, machine learning, databases, developer tools, and much more.

Please reach out, if you’re a technical founder whose struggle is to explain your vision to investors – we set up a fund for you!

Also, I’ll be traveling soon to a couple of startup conferences – let me know if you’d like to catch up at any of those:

28/11/2023 Future of Computing Conference | Berlin, Germany

Early Study

They attend lectures alongside high school, take exams like real students, and there are around 2,000 of them across Germany: schoolchildren taking part in the program ‘early study.’

What began as a pilot project around the turn of the millennium inspired universities throughout Germany with its success and prepares early students today for tomorrow’s studies.

Based on three years of my own experience and a recent survey by the Deutsche Telekom Stiftung, I wrote this book to tell a story of how early study can succeed.

About Benjamin

I defended my Ph.D. thesis in theoretical physics in 2021 and went through the Entrepreneur First startup program – meeting lots of cool people but no co-founder to launch a tech startup. So I switched gears for now and joined Lunar Ventures as an investor.

More to come, stay tuned for the future! πŸš€