I am a Computer Scientist at King’s College London & a STEM scientist for NASA’s & NOAA’s GLOBE program. My current research focuses on Deep-Learning and Natural-Language Processing (healthcare domain) in form of the RobotReviewer project.

I have previously worked in areas such as Human-Computer Interaction, Cyber-Security and Real-Time Systems in cooperation with the German Police Force, GCHQ, Rapita Systems, INRIA, Barcelona Supercomputing Center & Airbus. I also served as a lead organizer of NASA Space Apps challenges and worked on AI projects with the National Space Society as well as law enforcement entities.

I graduated from the Deggendorf Institute of Technology in cooperation with the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence and was awarded with a PhD for my work on reducing transcription errors (numerical and textual) of medical devices under the advisement of Prof. Paul Cairns and Prof. Richard Paige at the University of York.

I am a known R Ninja, currently organising the R User Group at King’s College and joined the Frontier Development Lab (NASA Partner) (FDL) as AI researcher in 2018. Most recently, I supported the Astronaut Health & Lunar Resource Mapping: Data Fusion and Super Resolution teams as AI/ML mentor during the 2019 edition of FDL.

My research is supported by NVIDIA Corporation.

Latest on Arxiv: Generating (Factual?) Narrative Summaries of RCTs: Experiments with Neural Multi-Document Summarization
Latest on Github: Finding randomized trials in health research databases: evaluation of transformer models

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NVIDIA GTC 2021 - FDL Projects with NASA

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