Since 2020 Philipp Liznerski has been a research associate and PhD student in the Machine Learning group of Prof. Dr. Marius Kloft. He studied computer science at the TUK from 2014 to 2020 and received his M.Sc. with the thesis "Interpretable Deep Anomaly Detection on Images" under the supervision of Prof. Kloft. During his studies he worked, inter alia, as a programmer in the paper industry, as a teaching assistant, and as a student assistant at the DFKI and at the chair of Prof. Kloft.
Philipp Liznerski is interested in explainable artifial intelligence (XAI) - especially in explaining deep neural networks, deep anomaly detection, and image processing. He has been working on efficient data loading frameworks, data augmentation techniques, few shot learning, and generative adversarial neural networks. Currently, he focuses on explainable anomaly detection and deep learning applications with 3D data.
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