management sciences and technology

Events

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Monday, April 22th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering - Development of a Conversational Interface Based on Institution-Specific Documentation Through LLM Finetuning

via Zoom

The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Philip Suskin - Development of a Conversational Interface Based on Institution-Specific Documentation Through LLM Finetuning

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

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Monday, April 29th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering - Development of a Conversational Interface Based on Institution-Specific Documentation Through LLM Finetuning

via Zoom

The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Johanna Gleichauf - Sensor Fusion for the Robust Detection of Facial Regions of Neonates Using Neural Networks

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

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Monday, July 08th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering Network - An Introduction to Human-in-the-loop Machine Learning

via Zoom

The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Niklas Dieckow

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

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Monday, June 03th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering Network - Brake particle emission predictions using Deep Learning

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The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Nathanael Winter

Following the successful application of machine learning methods in order to predict brake squeal as a classification task, this contribution addresses the transfer of those methods on to particle emission data, in order to correctly predict brake particle emissions as a regression task. First results proving the transferability of those methods will be presented.

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

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Monday, June 24th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering Network - Ethics in Machine Learning

via Zoom

The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Maximilian Kiener

In this talk, I explore the role of ethics in the development of AI and advanced machine learning. I argue that ethics is deeply integrated into powerful AI systems so that one cannot easily remove it without serious impairment of other aspects of the system’s intelligence and problem-solving capacities. On this basis, I develop a novel and more radical framework for ethics by design.

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

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Monday, July 01th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering Network - Generalizability of LLMs and Feature-based Active Learning

via Zoom

The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Marius Tacke

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

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Monday, June 17th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering Network - GENO - Optimization for Classical Machine Learning Made Fast and Easy

via Zoom

The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Sören Laue

Most problems from classical machine learning can be cast as an optimization problem. I will present GENO (GENeric Optimization), a framework that lets the user specify a constrained or unconstrained optimization problem in an easy-to-read modeling language. GENO then generates a solver that can solve this class of optimization problems. The generated solver is usually as fast as hand-written, problem-specific, and well-engineered solvers. Often the solvers generated by GENO are faster by a large margin compared to recently developed solvers that are tailored to a specific problem class. I will dig into some of the algorithmic details, e.g., computing derivatives of matrix and tensor expressions, the optimization methods used in GENO, and their implementation in Python.

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

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Monday, July 15th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering Network - Sensor Fusion for the Robust Detection of Facial Regions of Neonates Using Neural Networks

via Zoom

The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Johanna Gleichauf

The monitoring of vital signs and increasing patient comfort are cornerstones of modern neonatal intensive care. Commonly used monitoring methods are based on skin contact which can cause irritations and discomfort in preterm neonates. Therefore, non-contact approaches are the subject of current research aiming to resolve this dichotomy. Robust neonatal face detection is essential for the reliable detection of heart rate, respiratory rate and body temperature. While solutions for adult face detection are established, the unique neonatal proportions require a tailored approach. Additionally, sufficient open-source data of neonates on the NICU is lacking. We set out to train neural networks with the thermal-RGB-fusion data of neonates. We propose a novel indirect fusion approach including the sensor fusion of a thermal and RGB camera based on a 3D time-of-flight (ToF) camera. Unlike other approaches, this method is tailored for close distances encountered in neonatal incubators. Two neural networks were used with the fusion data and compared to RGB and thermal networks. For the class “head” we reached average precision values of 0.9958 (RetinaNet) and 0.9455 (YOLOv3) for the fusion data. Compared with the literature, similar precision was achieved, but we are the first to train a neural network with fusion data of neonates. The advantage of this approach is in calculating the detection area directly from the fusion image for the RGB and thermal modality. This increases data efficiency by 66%. Our results will facilitate the future development of non-contact monitoring to further improve the standard of care for preterm neonates.

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

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Monday, June 10th, 2024 | 16:00 p.m.

Train Your Engineering Network - Unsupervised Learning of Threshold Trees for Sensor-Based Indoor Positioning on Microcontrollers

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The presentation series “Train your engineering network” on diverse topics of Machine Learning addresses all interested persons at TUHH, from MLE partners as well as from the Hamburg region in general and aims at promoting the exchange of information and knowledge between these persons as well as their networking in a relaxed atmosphere. Thereby, the machine learning activities within MLE, TUHH and in the wider environment shall be made more visible, cooperations shall be promoted and also interested students shall be given an insight.

Marcus Venzke 

The talk presents a new technique for unsupervised learning of repeatedly occurring process states from a suite of time series derived from preprocessed sensor data recorded from a fixed process. As a first application we consider the process of moving a good along a path in an industrial environment. The goal is to identify individual sections of the path while they are being traversed. The technique determines thresholds in time series leading to the same succession of increasing and decreasing intersections for all paths of the training data. The trained model is a so-called “threshold tree”. It consists of thresholds for the different time series splitting a path into its sections to be recognized. The execution of threshold trees has a low CPU and memory footprint allowing their use on micro-controllers, e.g. in embedded systems. Due to their intuitive comprehensibility "threshold trees" belong to the category of explainable AI.

All talks will be streamed via Zoom using https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/85203195489?pwd=K21saVMvZHc0d2NoNHd2bDZ6TmdDUT09
Meeting-ID: 852 0319 5489
Code: 827469

Institutions

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MLE Machine Learning in Engineering

MLE ist eine Initiative zur Bündelung der Kompetenzen im Bereich Machine Learning an der Technischen Universität Hamburg mit dem Ziel des Wissenstransfers in Richtung Wirtschaft und Industrie.

Universität Hamburg
Adeline Scharfenberg
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Universität Hamburg
Adeline Scharfenberg
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Universität Hamburg
Adeline Scharfenberg
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