Hasso-Plattner-Institut
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bert Arnrich
  
 

Christoph Anders

Research Assistant, PhD Student

Phone: +49-(0)1520 299 4501


Room: G-2.1.21


Email: Christoph.Anders(at)hpi.de 


Please do not hesitate to get in touch with me via any of the possible ways. I'm always looking forward to interesting discussions, collaborations, and getting to know inspiring people.

What am I interested in?

  • I’m interested in electroencephalography (EEG) data and computational neurosciences in general
  • Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) as well as the explainability of Neural Networks and their decisions
  • Data Pre-Processing steps and the influence of these on various ML-/DL-tasks
  • Speech and the computation as well as representation of speech inside of the human brain; I speak German, English and am beginning to learn Spanish
  • Natural Language Processing concerning Sentiment Analysis as well as Relation Detection
  • Wearables in the area of EEG, e.g. consumer-grade devices, and what can be done with these if compared to clinical-grade devices
  • Looking at the intersection of Medicine, Neurosciences, and Computer Sciences in general and being amazed by all the great and inspiring work out there

 

What have I done so far?

  • Master Thesis “Experimental Evaluation of data preprocessing methods for time series classification on brain activity data” → Publication underway
  • Multiple positions as student assistant:
    • Planning and successful application of an ethics proposal for “Influence of high-frequency somatosensory evoked potentials in the primary somatosensory cortex through psychophysiological parameters and biofeedback” and extension of measurement software setup
    • Implementation and integration of an Integrative approach for gene selection on gene expression data into an existing framework for the Enterprise Platform and Integration Concepts chair
    • Refactoring of software used for evaluations of model-based architectural self-adaptation for the System Analysis and Modeling chair
  • Multiple projects during my masters studies at HPI:
    • Contribution to “Digital Health FIBER”, a flexible data mart for clinical predictive modeling in cooperation with Mount Sinai
    • Project of cancer segmentation on image data with the Charité Berlin, in which two fellow students and I worked on data similar to the BRATS challenge, explaining AI decisions in cooperation with the group of Prof. Dr. med. Jochen Fiebach and Dr. med. Kersten Villringer from the Department of Neurology and Experimental Neurology at Charité, Campus Benjamin Franklin
  • Talk at my former high school, the Julius-Spiegelberg-Gymnasium Vechelde, about why computer sciences are cool, to make pupils curious about computer sciences
  • Roughly one year working in the industry as a software developer and system analyst in a SCRUM-based customer project on-site
  • Bachelor of Sciences in a Dual Study program at the Ostfalia Wolfenbüttel, University of Applied Sciences with the thesis topic: “Microservices: Assessment Criteria for Applications”