Andreas Maier

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Andreas Maier is a professor of computer science working in the fields of pattern recognition and machine learning. After graduation in 2009 he started working as post-doctoral fellow at the Radiological Sciences Laboratory at the Stanford University. Subsequently he became innovation project manager at Siemens Healthcare before he returned to FAU in 2012.

Since 2015 he is head of the Pattern Recognition Lab and mainly works close to the signal from speech recognition to image and abstract data processing.

His latest publications include deep learning techniques for image reconstruction in computed tomography (CT) as well as for grading of fracture severity or melanoma characterization.

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