Yannick Spoerl

Computer Science Student

This website is a little side-project and a place to record a variety of my ideas, thoughts or projects, all more or less connected to computer science.
Here you can find my personal blog, where I share insight on various topics, such as programming, logic, privacy and more.
I am always looking for interesting projects to do on the side, so if you are like me and need some new ideas, you can check out the projects I did in the past.
Should you be an occasional reader, you can get inspired by my book recommendations.
And for people who appreciate nature and photography, I recommend having a look at some of my photography.


Nov 1, 2022 In my newest post I talk about Deniable encryption.
Aug 18, 2022 The latest book-review: 21 Lessons for the 21st Century.
Jul 4, 2022 New book-review: Everybody lies - Big Data, new Data and what the internet can tell us about who we really are.
Jun 19, 2022 My latest web-app Yannickflix launched.
May 9, 2022 I added a new section with my photography on this website.


  1. Cramer, M., & Spörl, Y. (2021). The Choice-Preferred Semantics for Relevance-Oriented Acceptance of Admissible Sets of Arguments. In P. Baroni, C. Benzmüller, & Y. N. Wáng (Eds.), Logic and Argumentation - Fourth International Conference, CLAR 2021, Hangzhou, China, October 20–22, 2021, Proceedings (Vol. 13040). Springer.