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Marco Hübner

Marco Hübner

Marco Hübner


PhD Student




Open Space

Marco Hübner received his MSc degree in Physics from Heidelberg University in 2021. He is currently pursuing his PhD at IMSY and specializes in quantitative spectral imaging, investigating the limits of theoretical radiative transfer solutions and enhancing biomedical simulations with the goal of robust clinical usability. In his spare time, he is up for any kind of team sport and enjoys skiing in the winter.


  • Deep Learning for (ground truth) data generation
  • Physics-based and physics-informed modelling
  • Spectral image quality assessment

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