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08^{th}NOVEMBER2022

Tutorials for (deep convolutional) neural networks.

12^{th}DECEMBER2017

A two-layer perceptron for digit classification on MNIST implemented in MatLab.

02^{nd}JUNE2016

In the course of a seminar on “Selected Topics in Image Processing”, I worked on iPiano, an algorithm for non-convex and non-smooth optimization proposed by Ochs et al. [1]. iPiano combines forward-backward splitting with an inertial force. This article presents the corresponding seminar paper including an implementation in C++ with applications to image denoising, image segmentation and compressed sensing.

09^{th}MAY2016

Efficient C++ implementation of iPiano, a proximal algorithm with inertial force for non-convex and non-smooth optimization; including applications to image segmentation.

22^{th}JULY2015

In the course of my second seminar on “Current Topics in Computer Vision and Machine Learning”, offered by the Computer Vision Group at RWTH Aachen University, I wrote a report entitled “Neural Codes for Image Retrieval”. The work is motivated by recent research by Bebanko et al. [2] and the report as well as the corresponding slides can be found here.

23^{th}JULY2014

In my sixth semester at RWTH Aachen University, I am currently attending a seminar offered by the Computer Vision Group headed by Prof. Leibe on “Current Topics in Computer Vision and Machine Learning”. In the course of this seminar, I wrote a seminar paper entitled “Understanding Convolutional Neural Networks”. Both the seminar paper as well as the slides of the corresponding talk can be found here.

13^{th}MARCH2014

During my fifth semester at RWTH Aachen University I participated in a seminar offered by the Chair of Computer Science 6 on “Selected Topics in Human Language Technology and Pattern Recognition”. As result, I wrote a seminar paper on neural networks for pattern recognition titled “Introduction to Neural Networks”. At the end of the seminar, all participants had to give a short talk on their topic. Both my seminar paper and my slides of the talk can be found here.