Moritz obtained his BSc in Computer Science from the University of Sussex. After a one-year research stay at TUM focusing on machine learning for bio-medical imaging applications he continued his post-graduate studies at Imperial College London. In October he joined relAi and TUM at the chair for Ai in Medicine as a PhD candidate. His research is focused around privacy-preserving and trustworthy machine learning for medical applications.
relAI Topics: Privacy-preserving machine learning, Trustworthy machine learning, Uncertainty Quantification, Medicine & Healthcare