I graduated from the University of Mannheim with a Master Degree in Data Science. In my master studies, I specialised on machine learning and statistics. During my semester abroad in 2021 at Reykjavik University encountered the Sleep Revolution for the first time. I became part of the Sleep Revolution to write my master thesis on identifying paediatric mouth breathing during sleep. Exploring all the possibilities of applying machine learning in sleep research raised my interest to dive deeper into this field.
Now I am a Ph.D. Candidate within the Sleep Revolution. My research focus is machine learning with sleep data, especially how deep learning models learn representations of this multivariate time series data.