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Tim Ruhe

The sky is not the limit -- Machine Learning Applications in Astroparticle Physics
Tim Ruhe has been at the forefront of digitization in astroparticle physics ever since he started his PhD at TU Dortmund University. After obtaining his doctoral degree in 2013 he joined the CRC 876 as principal investigator only two years later. He looks back at eight years of highly interdisciplinary research experience in the CRC, more than 10 years of experience in astroparticle physics and was selected as a member to the highly competitive and cross disciplinary Global Young Faculty VI. Within the German physical society he is the spokesperson for the Working Group on Physics, Modern IT and Artificial Intelligence and elected representative to the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). He further serves as Co-lead of the topic group User Interface within DIG-UM (Digitization in Research on Universe and Matter). His research interests focus on neutrinos at all energies, with a special interest on atmospheric lepton spectra. Tim Ruhe is a renowned expert for the muli-variate analysis of neutrino energy spectra and is currently setting out for a precision measurement of small scale structures in neutrino energy spectra.
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