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What I Learned About PhD Programs — Updated 4 Years Later

In 2018, I was half a year into my PhD and wrote an article about choosing the right PhD program, which I personally found to be incredibly difficult even though I only had few options to decide between. This article is an updated version, preserving most of my original opinions and advice and adding some perspectives having finished my PhD in the meantime.

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PhD Thesis on Robustness and Uncertainty in Deep Learning

In March this year I finally submitted my PhD thesis and successfully defended in July. Now, more than 6 months later, my thesis is finally available in the university’s library. During my PhD, I worked on various topics surrounding robustness and uncertainty in deep learning, including adversarial robustness, robustness to bit errors, out-of-distribution detection and conformal prediction. In this article, I want to share my thesis and give an overview of its contents.

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