I received my Bachelor's degree in Mechatronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Esslingen and wrote my Bachelor thesis at Daimler on the computation of Flexray clock precisions of new physical network configurations. For my Master's degree, I studied Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Stuttgart. My interest in the field of machine learning has been aroused at the Institute of Signal Processing and System Theory, where I wrote a study about Speech Emotion Recognition using Hidden Markov Models and my Master's thesis on Active Learning for Image Retrieval.
2013 - 2020: PhD in Computer Science (University of Freiburg / Robert Bosch GmbH)
Thesis: "Simultaneous Estimation of Rewards and Dynamics in Inverse Reinforcement Learning Problems"
2011 - 2013: M.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (University of Stuttgart)
Thesis: "Active Learning for Image Retrieval"
2007 - 2011: B.Eng. Mechatronics and Electrical Engineering (University of Applied Sciences Esslingen)
Thesis: "Development of an AUTOSAR-Based FlexRay Test Setup for Determining a Minimum Configuration for the Dual Channel Mode of FlexRay"
2019/06 - present: Project Lead & Research Scientist at Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence (Renningen, Germany)
Learning to make predictions of multi-agent human behavior for assisted and automated driving (Imitation Learning, Deep Learning, Probabilistic Graphical Models)
2008/05 - present: Executive partner of Herman & Kegreiß GbR (Böblingen, Germany)
Project management, search engine optimization, software development
2016/10 - 2019/06: Research Scientist at Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence (Renningen, Germany)
Learning to make predictions in multi-agent environments (Imitation Learning, Deep Learning)
2013/08 - 2016/07: PhD student at Robert Bosch GmbH (Renningen, Germany)
Simultaneous estimation of rewards and dynamics in Inverse Reinforcement Learning problems
2011/03 - 2013/05: Student employee at EVOMOTIV GmbH (Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Germany)
Hardware development of electrical circuit boards, embedded software development, signal processing
2010/08 - 2011/02: Bachelor thesis at Daimler AG (Sindelfingen, Germany)
Computation of Flexray clock precisions of new physical network configurations, development of an AUTOSAR-based test setup for determining a minimum configuration for the dual channel mode of FlexRay
2009/09 - 2010/02: Internship at Daimler AG (Böblingen, Germany)
Development and implementation of an automatic configuration of vehicle data logger systems
2007/07 - 2007/09: Internship at Siemens AG (Weilimdorf, Germany)
Fundamentals of electrical engineering
SKILLS & INTERESTS
Guitar, piano, singing, squash, snowboarding, electronics