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Sascha Hauck

PhD student


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Work S3/06 228
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64283 Darmstadt

Sascha Hauck joined the Lab as a PhD student in January 2022 and is part of the FlowForLife project funded by Hesse's research promotion programme LOEWE. The general Goal of said project is to develop organ-like three-dimensional cell aggregates represent versatile cellular models for drug development and toxicology assessment. There, he is interested in applying deep learning methods in combination with complex triangulated cell models to analyse the structure and growth of brain and liver tissue.

Prior to that, he received his M.Sc. degree in Theoretical Physics with focus on Quantum Computation and Quantum Inormation Processing from Technische Universität Darmstadt in 2021. His Masters Thesis was focusing on a novel method for optimal transport of atoms confined by a laser trap with non-trivial geometry.

His research topics includes supervised learning with deep neural networks, image analysis, growing neural networks, building realistic cell-models, simulation of heterogene cell aggregates in complex geometries and self-organising systems like the tile assembly model.

Possible Student Projects you can find here.

Current Student Projects

Roman Frels
(Master Thesis)
Combining Degenerative and Regenerative Methods for Convolutional Neural Networks since 05/22

Jonas Kahl
(Project Seminar)
GradMax Approach: Generalization for 3D Convolutional Neural Networks since 05/22
Simon Schmidt
(Bachelor Thesis)
Optimal Timing for Neuronal Growth within Artificial Neural Networks since 05/22
Meng Yao
(Master Thesis)
Chiral Active Matter with Nematic Order since 06/22