Christoph Lippert

Hasso Plattner Institute

Names

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Christoph Lippert

Emails

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****@gmail.com
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****@mdc-berlin.de
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****@humanlongevity.com
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****@hpi.de

Education & Career History

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Full Professor
Hasso Plattner Institute (hpi.de)
2018Present
 
Assistant Professor
Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (mdc-berlin.de)
20172018
 
Data Scientist
Human Longevity, Inc. (humanlongevity.com)
20152017
 
Researcher
Microsoft (microsoft.com)
20122015
 
PhD student
Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (tuebingen.mpg.de)
20082014
 
MS student
Siemens (siemens.de)
20072008
 
Undergrad student
Technical University Munich (tum.de)
20012007
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Manager
Amalio Telenti
****@scripps.edu
20162017
 
Manager
David Heckerman
****@hotmail.com
20122017
 
Manager
Franz Och
****@gmail.com
20152016
 
PhD Advisor
Karsten Borgwardt
****@bsse.ethz.ch
20082014
 
MS Advisor
Volker Tresp
****@siemens.com
20072008
 

Expertise

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Medical Imaging
2017Present
 
Deep Learning
2016Present
 
Representation Learning
2016Present
 
Sparse Regression
2011Present
 
Multivariate Regression
2010Present
 
Genetics
2009Present
 
Gaussian Processes
2009Present
 
Kernels
2008Present
 
Matrix Factorization
2007Present
 
Machine Learning
2007Present
 
Relational Learning
20072009
 
Recommender Systems
20072008