Brussels / 31 January & 1 February 2015


Martin Burnicki

Software developer at Meinberg Funkuhren, Germany. Also actively developing Open Source Software.

Martin Burnicki completed his studies as Dipl.-Ing. (univ.) for Electrical Engineering at the University of Paderborn, Germany.

He is employed as a developer for time and frequency synchronization solutions at Meinberg Funkuhren in Bad Pyrmont, Germany, where he has gained broad experience in the development of micro-controller hardware and firmware for radio clocks and GPS receivers.

Today, his primary focus is the implementation and enhancement of device drivers for Meinberg’s PCI cards under different operating systems, as well as related programs used to achieve the highest possible time synchronization accuracy, and working on computer time synchronization concepts in general.

Martin’s hobbies are playing around with Linux, taking photos and managing them with the digiKam program, and his music collection, which is maintained using the Amarok music player.


Title Day Room Track Start End
Technical Aspects of Leap Second Propagation and Evaluation Sunday K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Time 14:00 14:50