Sebastian Dalleiger

Machine Learning Researcher
Ph.D. Candidate


Welcome to my website. I am a final-year PhD candidate in the Exploratory Data Analysis group at the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security and a guest researcher in the department for Algorithms & Complexity at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics.
I am broadly interested in topics related to machine learning, data mining, and optimization, where I seek to develop methods that are theoretically sound yet practically useful, especially for the natural sciences. My Ph.D. research focuses on identifying and characterizing groups in scientific datasets and networks. Recently, I have worked on statistically significant pattern mining, graph analysis, matrix factorization, and hypergraph curvature. Apart from doing science, I enjoy hiking, music, and apple pie.
I will be on the job market soon.

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