I am a PhD candidate within the GIScience group at the Department of Geography. I focus on the application of statistical- and machine learning techniques to address research questions related to environmental issues.
At the same time I am working for the Department of Statistics at LMU Munich to develop the R package framework mlr3.
Besides the scientific part my interests lie in the development of programming solutions to simplify todays data science challenges. I am working in a reproducible manner and actively working on promoting the idea of reproducible research in science. I like to write about the Linux world, the R programming world and other technical topics that I find interesting.
Researcher at the Department of Geography, GIScience group
Researcher at the Department of Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München
Researcher in the EU project "LIFE Healthy Forest"
10/2014 - 09/2016
Master of Science in Geoinformatics.
Thesis: Modeling the Spatial Distribution of Hail Damage in Pine Plantations of Northern Spain as a Major Risk Factor for Forest Disease
10/2011 - 09/2014
Bachelor of Science in Geography.
Thesis: Investigation of the ASAR BIOMASAR GSV maps from 2005 and 2010 using optical satellite data at different temporal and spatial resolution in Northeast China
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