About me

I am a first-year Ph.D. student at the Technische Universität Berlin. There, I am a member of the DAMS Lab headed by Matthias Boehm. My research interests lie in multimodal machine learning, focusing on multimodal alignment.

Before that, I completed my bachelor’s in Software Engineering and Management and my master’s in Computer Science at Graz University of Technology. My bachelor thesis focused on integrating a centerline algorithm into an Open Science Platform for Medical Image Processing called Studierfenster at the Institute of Computer Graphics and Vision. I wrote my master’s thesis on the topic “Spatial-Temporal Alignment of Multimodal Datasets”, supervised by Matthias Boehm.

Next to my undergraduate studies, I worked as a part-time software engineer at Up2Go Austria GmbH.