Sebastian Bieringer

Universität Hamburg
Luruper Chaussee 149 (Building 68)
22761 Hamburg
Room: 112



Supervisors: Prof. Gregor Kasieczka (UHH), Prof. Mathias Trabs (formerly UHH)

Sebastian studied physics in Heidelberg and Helsinki. In 2021 he obtained his M.Sc. from the University of Heidelberg, where he investigated the use of conditional normalizing flows for inference on particle physics simulations in the group of Prof. Tilman Plehn.
Meanwhile, he is still working on machine learning applications for high energy physics (HEP) in Hamburg. His current research explores the statistics of generative machine models in principal, as well as in HEP, use. To answer how machine learning methods can improve quality and multiplicity of simulated data, he is working closely with colleagues in Mathematics and Physics.