I am a PhD student in Data Science and Urban Informatics at the CDT - Urban Science at University of Warwick and the Alan Turing Institute. I am also a visiting student at New York University. My research focuses on the representation of spatial phenomena in machine learning methods. Beyond that, I am interested in the application of these methods in urban environments, tackling issues in crime or transportation. I hold a Bachelors degree in Economics from the Univesity of Freiburg (Germany) and a Masters in Transportation from Imperial College and University College London. I also work as a student fellow for the data analytics company Geospin.
15/08/2019: I will be on the Programme Committee of the NeurIPS 2019 workshop on Machine Learning for the Developing World (ML4D). If you consider submitting a paper, you can find details and the CfP here.
04/07/2019: I will join the newly formed Machine Learning for Good (ML4G) lab at New York University for the academic year 2019 /2020 to work on spatial machine learning with Daniel Neill.
26/03/2019: I will present my work on (spatial) urban analytics at the Alan Turing Institute workshop "A blueprint for urban analytics research" on the 11th of April in Newcastle. For more, see here.
26/01/2019: I am at AMLD2019 in Lausanne this week where I co-organise the track on "AI & Cities". For more, see here.
20/12/2018: A new paper (together with Tobias Brandt and Stephen Jarvis) has been published in PLOS ONE.
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