I am currently a part of the Machine Learning Lab at UCSC. In the past couple of years, I received my Physics BSc from Jacobs University Bremen and I have been involved in a (small) number of research projects at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg and the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence in Bremen.
First intern and third employee. Explored different clustering approaches. Helped with the planning and early implementation of the alpha stage of the product, from preprocessing, to analysis, and finally to a data exhaust scheme.
Building and maintaining unittests for pyspace. Implementation of new nodes and maintenance of the release branch.
During my undergraduate education, I tried to focus on different aspects of Quantum Mechanics including Quantum Field Theory and Quantum Information Theory. For my BSc thesis, I proposed a model for Quantum Bitcoin Mining(by stitching together a huge unitary transformation) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Peter Schupp.
Comparison of Data Selection Strategies for Online Support Vector Machine Classification - Michael Krell M., Wilshusen N., Andrei Ignat C. and Kyoung Kim S. (2015)