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Tobias Huste, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf (HZDR)

HIFIS Software Cluster Management

Dr. Andreas Kosmider, Helmholtz Association

Head of the Helmholtz Information & Data Science Academy, Head Strategic Initiatives

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Antonia C. Schrader, Helmholtz Association, Helmholtz Open Science

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Open Science Officer at Helmholtz Open Science Office

Tingying Peng, Helmholtz AI

Young investigator group leader

Dr. Paul Jäger, Helmholtz Imaging and German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)

Head of the Junior Group Interactive Machine Learning

Dr. Silke Gerlich, Forschungszentrum Juelich

Research Associate

Dr. Mirl Trösch, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

Coordination Training HMC

Neil Chue Hong, University of Edinburgh

Director, Software Sustainability Institute & Senior Research Fellow, EPCC

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Michael Büker, self-employed

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Development of an AI-based Non-Invasive System for Neonatal Monitoring

Alejandra Castelblanco

Dynamic structure investigation of biomolecules with supervised and unsupervised machine learning

Amir Kotobi

Can satellite images provide supervision for cloud systems characterization

Dwaipayan Chatterjee

Bandit-based Battery Management with Cost/Privacy Tradeoffs

Edouard Fouché

Data Mining and Pattern Recognition in Newborn Screening

Elaine Zaunseder

A multi-purpose framework for efficient parallelized execution of charged particle tracking

Georgiana Mania

Automatic damage-detection

Helene Hoffmann

Deep Learning for Large-scale Biomedical Image Analysis

Ivo Baltruschat

Machine learning to detect impacts of drought from text

Jan Sodoge

Data integration on a weight-loss intervention study

José Manuel Monroy Kuhn

Geometry-aware image analysis for microfluidic live-cell experimentation

Karina Ruzaeva

Multi-Object Tracking using Graph-based and Deep Learning Methods

Katharina Löffler

Semi-automating article screening in a systematic review

Mihiretu Kebede

How does spinach grow? - Membrane Analysis for Cryo-Electron Tomograms.

Lorenz Lamm

Computational methods to Achieve Real-Time Whole Brain Imaging in Behaving Animals

Madhu Nagathihalli Kantharaju

Deciphering the relationship between gut microbiome and cardiovascular diseases with high-dimensional statistical and deep learning techniques

Oleg Vlasovets

Information Extraction from PDFs

Sarah Boening

Brain-age prediction: a systematic comparison of machine learning workflows

Shammi More

A machine learning model of the plasmasphere using only Kp and solar wind features

Stefano Bianco

Machine learning to define and characterize 3D ocean regions

Yvonne Jenniges

The human gut resistome exposed to different Diets

Jonas Kasmanas