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Maike Rees

Maike Rees

Maike Rees


Ph.D. Student


+49 (0) 6221 / 42-3542





Maike Rees retrieved her B.Sc. in Media, Communication and Computer Science from the university of applied sciences in Karlsruhe and subsequently a M.Sc. in Computer Science focused on cognitive systems and software engineering from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Starting with her bachelor's thesis at the VW Research Lab in Silicon Valley in California she worked on research on autonomous driving at Porsche during her masters before turning to the field of medical computer science with her Master's thesis about Deep Learning for inverse problems in electrocardiography. During her PhD at the DKFZ she is diving into the area of Biophotonics, focusing on solving inverse problems in spectral imaging and data-driven improvement of simulations.

In her free time, Maike volunteers at the German live saving organization (DLRG), teaching kids how to swim, adults how to lifeguard, and coaches how to teach swimming and rescuing. She loves to swim, is a passionate salsa dancer and tries to take good care of her house- (and office) plants.


  • Machine and Deep Learning
  • Spectral Imaging
  • Software Development


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