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Keno März

Keno März

Keno März




+49 (0) 6221 / 42- 3558


+49 (0) 6221 / 42- 2345





Dr. Keno März obtained his PhD in surgical knowledge and data models. Early in his journey, he recognized that the effective use of AI requires the creation of standardized workflows and platforms. These foundations support the comprehensive process of developing, training, evaluating, and ultimately integrating AI models into everyday clinical routines. Since 2016, he served as a deputy to Lena Maier-Hein and took the lead of the subgroup Intelligent Systems in Surgical Oncology in 2019. In 2023, he embraced his new role as the Head of Digital Oncology at NCT Heidelberg, aiming to systematically facilitate the integration of AI into clinical practice over the long term. He retains a part-time position at IMSY to remain up-to-date in the world of medical AI.

Outside of his professional realm, Dr. März is an avid music enthusiast, both collecting and listening to tracks, and even spinning them as a DJ in his off-the-record identity. He also relishes spending an entire day cooking for his family or crafting furniture and toys at the CoMakingSpace Heidelberg.


  • Applied AI in onclology
  • Medical data models
  • Graph based data representations and ontologies


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