Teaching
Summer term 2019
 "KI, Wissenschaft, Gesellschaft und Verantwortung: Ein interaktives Seminar zur Meinungsbildung" (this is going to be a big seminar, open to students of the whole university, in the context of the cyber valley discussion in Tuebingen; details to come)
 Statistical Machine Learning (Master CS, 4+2 SWS); this is the same lecture that used to be called "Machine Learning: algorithms and theory" in previous terms; we had to rename it in the context of the new master program in machine learning that is going to start next fall
 Research seminar "Machine Learning Theory" (runs constantly)
Winter term 2018/19
 Algorithms (Bachelor CS, 4+2 SWS)
 Statistical Network Analysis (Master CS, 2+2 SWS, by Debarghya Ghoshdastidar)
 Research seminar "Machine Learning Theory" (runs constantly)
Bachelor or Master theses
How to write a Bachelor or Master thesis in our group: General information and first steps
 List of topics (login and password required, same as for all my lectures)
 Tips about how to actually write the thesis.
FAQ and HOWTO pages
 Credits for courses taken at other universities (Anerkennung von Pruefungsleistungen): I am dealing with these issues just in the context of Mathematics 1 to 3, and regarding prior knowledge for the Medieninformatik degree. Here you can read what you need to do.
 Exams: FAQ and how to prepare
 Seminars: how to prepare
Consultation hour / Sprechstunde
I do not have a fixed time. Please send an email in which you explain why you want to talk to me, then we can make an appointment. Please do not just drop in my office unless it is really urgent.Feedback Form
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Past lectures and seminars

Summer term 2018:
 Machine Learning: Algorithms and Theory (4 + 2 SWS), lecture course for Master Students
 Seminar Statistical Inference on Networks for Master students (2 SWS), taught jointly with Debarghya Ghoshdastidar
 Winter term 2017/18
 Mathematik 1 for Bachelor Students (Bachelor CS, 4+2 SWS).
 Seminar Ethik und Wissenschaftstheorie des maschinellen Lernens, joint seminar by Thomas Grote (Ethics), Philipp Berens, Ulrike von Luxburg, for Master students of diverse disciplines.
 Summer term 2017 Machine learning: theory and algorithms (Master students CS + Maths, 4+2 SWS).
 Winter term 2016/17
 Mathematik 1 for Bachelor Students (Bachelor CS, 4+2 SWS)
 Seminar: Machine Lerning Theory: Crowdsourcing algorithms and their statistical analysis (Master CS)
 Summer term 2016: Machine learning: algorithms and theory (Master CS and Maths, 4 + 2 SWS)
 Summer 2015: Statistical Learning Theory, course for the machine learning summer school, Tuebingen, Germany.
 Summer term 2015: Machine learning (Master CS and Maths, 4 + 2 SWS).
 Winter term 2014/15: Algorithms and Data Structures (Bachelor CS, 3+1 SWS)
 Summer term 2014: Machine learning (Master CS and Maths, 4 + 2 SWS).
 Winter term 2013/14: Algorithms and Data Structures (Bachelor CS, 3+1 SWS)
 Mathematical Theory of Machine Learning (Master Maths and CS, 2 SWS)
 Summer term 2013: Machine learning / algorithmic learning (Master CS and Maths, 4+2 SWS)
 Winter term 2012/13: Advanced algorithms (Master CS, 4+2 SWS)
 Summer term 2012: Seminar Machine Learning (Master CS, 2 SWS)
 Winter term 2011/12: Advanced Algorithms (Master CS, 4+2 SWS)
 Summer term 2011: "Unsupervised learning and the analysis of networks" (Master CS, 2+2 SWS)
 Winter term 2007/2008: "Mathematical theory of machine learning" at the Mathematics Department of the University of Tübingen
 Summer 2007: Course on "Clustering: Theory and Algorithms" at the Pascal Machine Learning Bootcamp, Barcelona, Spain
 Summer 2007: Practical Sessions on "Spectral Clustering and other graph based algorithms" at the Machine Learning Summer School, Tübingen, Germany. Matlab Graph Demo available here.
 Summer term 2006: "Unsupervised Learning", TU Darmstadt
 Winter term 2005/06: Seminar Machine Learning with Graphs, TU Darmstadt