Anneliese Riess is a PhD student at the Institute of Machine Learning for Biomedical Imaging (IML) at Helmholtz Center Munich and Technical University Munich (TUM). She received her B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Mathematics at TUM and devoted a substantial part of her studies to the field of probability theory. In her Master’s thesis she investigated Majority Voting Processes, a class of interacting particle systems. The main focus of the thesis was the equilibrium behaviour of such stochastic models. Prior to her PhD, she worked on two different projects at the university in her final year of her Master’s degree. In the first project, she worked on creating a model that describes the behaviour of DNA methylation. The second project involved modelling and analysing the propagation of underground water. Her research interests lie in the mathematical foundations of privacy-preserving artificial intelligence.
M.Sc. in Mathematics, 2023
B.Sc. in Mathematics, 2019