Prof. Dr. Ulrike von Luxburg

Ulrike von Luxburg

University of Tübingen
Department of Computer Science
Maria von Linden Str. 6
72076 Tübingen

Room: 30-5/A24
Phone: +49 (0)7071 29-70832
E-mail: ulrike.luxburg(at)

I am a professor for computer science, with research focus in machine learning theory and computational statistics. I am also a fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems. For family reasons, I currently work part-time.

Research. My current focus is on theoretical questions about unsupervised machine learning, in particular the statistical analysis of algorithms on random graphs and ordinal data analysis.   Publications     Our research seminar

We are looking for a postdoc, starting fall 2019, on any topic that is related to our work in learning theory. To apply, please follow the instructions posted here.

Teaching. For all questions concerning teaching please visit our teaching page (also includes consultation hour times, topics for Bachelor / Master theses, comments about taking exams).

In the context of the Cyber Valley Discussion in Tübingen, we are running a big university seminar in the summer term: KI, Wissenschaft, Gesellschaft und Verantwortung: Ein interaktives Seminar zur Meinungsbildung. It is going to involve professors from computer science, political science, the school of law, economics, philosophy and ethics.

Things I currently do: Things I did in the past.

Code and data sets (in particular, our peer grading data) ... here.

Job applications (interns, PhD students, Postdocs) see here.

Some of my funding comes from: