Matthias Zürl

Matthias Zürl, M. Sc.

Researcher & PhD Candidate

Department Artificial Intelligence in Biomedical Engineering (AIBE)
Lehrstuhl für Maschinelles Lernen und Datenanalytik

Room: Room 01.010
Carl-Thiersch-Straße 2b
91058 Erlangen

Academic CV

Since 07/2019 Researcher at the Machine Learning and Data Analytics Lab
Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Since 07/2019 Coach of the Innovation Lab for Wearable and Ubiquitous Computing
Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
04/2016 – 12/2018 Research assistant at the Chair of Applied Physics
Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
10/2016 – 01/2019 Masters Degree in Physics
Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg
Master Thesis : “Fabrication and Investigation of Homodyne Detectors for Terahertz Radiation
10/2011 – 04/2017 Study program for High school teaching in Math and Physics
Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg
10/2011 – 10/2015 Bachelors Degree in Math and Physics
Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg
Bachelor Thesis: “Entwicklung und Aufbau eines Experiments für das physikalische Praktikum für Fortgeschrittene: Transporteigenschaften von Ladungsträgern in Halbleitern – Hall-Effekt”

Publications

2022

Teaching

Courses

Innovation Lab for Wearable and Ubiquitous Computing

Supervised Projects:

Term Title
Winter Term 2021 / 22 VitalSense
Summer Term 2021 Dungineers
Winter Term 2020 / 21 Argus
Summer Term 2020 Stress+
Winter Term 2019 / 20 Smart City Greens

 

Talks

  • Tech|Day on Deep Learning, Workshop, Zollhof, Nürnberg, 17.05.2022
  • PintOfScience Festival, Vortrag, Nürnberg, 09.05.2022
  • Master Digital Buisness Administration, Vorlesungen und Übungen zum Thema Machine Learning, Erlangen, 12.03.2022
  • Tech|Day on Deep Learning, Workshop, gemeinsam mit Stefan Seegerer, Zollhof, Nürnberg, 01.12.2020

Material

In the context of several workshops on Deep Learning, which I have conducted together with my colleague Stefan Seegerer, we have developed a cheatsheet for Pytorch, which turned out to be pretty helpful:

pytorch-cheatsheet-DE

pytorch-cheatsheet-EN

Student supervision

Year Type Student Titel
2022 Master Thesis Jonas Beyer

Unsupervised Polar Bear Re-Identification

2022 Master Thesis Philip Stoll

Long-Term Automated Behaviour Monitoring of Captive Polar Bears

2021 Master Thesis Richard Dirauf

Video-based Re-Identification of captive Polar Bears

2021 Bachelor Thesis Ameni Gatri

Influence of gait test length on classification of mobility impairment in Parkinson’s Disease

2021 Master Thesis Wenyu Zhang

Classification of localized defects on silicon carbide (SiC) wafers using domain adaptation techniques

2020 Bachelor Thesis Daniel Seitz

Unsupervised learning for the classification of process steps in spatial-temporal data