is research and teaching assistant at the Computer-Supported Learning Research Group at the RWTH Aachen University. He achieved his Diploma with honor in Computer Science (minor Psychology) at the RWTH Aachen University. His doctoral thesis project focuses on the question of how to implement a mobile 2.0 access via small-screen-devices based mostly on Android to provide all students, regardless of gender, with equal opportunities for successful, continuous learning that is easily integrated into everyday life. The goal is to develop and evaluate a new, Internet-based, social network for the educational context. As a prerequisite a Web 2.0 network will is specifically designed, developed and built for the interaction via mobile devices. This is realized at the RWTH Aachen involving students of both genders, lecturers and future students molded by their different social and cultural roles. The evaluation will particularly measure the academic success and competence enhancement achieved by using the learning network taking into account both gender and diversity aspects, as well as different types of learners.