I’m a postdoctoral researcher and Project Assistant in the Visual Data Science Lab. My research focuses on bringing techniques from visualization and machine learning together. I am especially interested in dimensionality reduction and explainbale AI.
My PhD project was a collaboration with Imperial College London. As a part of that project, I spent one year at the Biomedical Image Analysis (BioMedIA) group at Imperial. I finished my PhD in December 2022 with my thesis on Visual Explanations of High-dimensional and Temporal Processes.
I received my Masters degree in Technical Physics at Johannes Kepler University Linz, working on the structural and chemical analysis of surfaces. As I had grown increasingly interested in machine learning, visualization and graphic design, I decided to transition to visualization research for my PhD.