Moritz Wolter
Engineer

I am Moritz, an engineer currently finishing my doctoral thesis at the University of Bonn computer science department. This is an interactive CV. It includes a map charting the parts of the amazing world of applied mathematics I have been able to explore so far. The navigation bar above contains links to showcases of interesting projects I have done. Click on any of them to dive deeper. Source code of selected projects is available at github. An exaustive list of my research work is available at GoogleScholar.

 

Work experience
Research Engineer, PhD Candidate
2020-now
Fraunhofer Center for Machine Learning and SCAI
Researcher, PhD Candidate
2017-2020
University of Bonn

Part of the research unit "Anticipating Human Behaviour", development of novel complex domain machine learning approaches. Presentation of research results at renowned international conferences.
Teaching-assistant for the deep learning for visual recognition course, supervision of lab and thesis students on a master level.

Alternative civilian service (Zivildienst)
2009 - 2010
9 Months, Rheumatology unit, University Hospital Bonn

Social hospital work, helping patients, answering phone calls, organizing medical records, hospital in-house pick up and delivery.

Selected Publications
Complex Gated Recurrent Neural Networks
2018
M Wolter, A Yao; Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS)
Object-centered Fourier Motion Estimation and Segment-Transformation Prediction
2020
M Wolter, A Yao, S Behnke; European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning
Neural network compression via learnable wavelet transforms
2020
M Wolter, S Lin, A Yao; 29th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN)
Sequence Prediction using Spectral RNNs
2020
M Wolter, J Gall, A Yao; 29th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN)
Awards
International Computer Vision Summer School
2018
Best Presentation Award
iGEM KU Leuven , responsible for the modeling team
2015
iGEM foundation Boston

Nominated for best mathematical modelling.

Achievements section of team wiki, modeling section of team wiki.

Education
Mathematical Engineering
2014-2017
master’s degree, KU Leuven, cum laude
General Engineering Science
2010 - 2014
International bachelors degree, Hamburg University of Technology
Erasmus-exchange
2012/13
One semester, Université de Technologie de Compiègne
3 semesters in the student council
2011-2012
conception and teaching of the preparative math course, Technische Universität Hamburg- Harburg.
High school education
Abitur, focus classes on Biology and Chemistry.
2000-2009
Helmholtz-Gymnasium, Bonn
High school student exchange
2006
Half a year, Samuel Robertson-Technical Secondary School, Maple Ridge, western Canada
Language Skills
German - Mother tounge
English
107/120 points in the 2014 internet based toefl test.
French
Finished level B1 (= intermediate level) in France.
Dutch
Work in process, I am about to move on to B1.
Programming Skills
Python
Currently working with python for my thesis. I am using pytorch and tensorflow.
Java
Finished implementing a ray tracer in pure Java consisting of more then 5000 lines of code.
Fortran
I wrote about 5000 lines of fortran code for my scientific software project using a wide array of compilers such as GNU-Fortran, Intel-Fortran and NAG-fortran.
Matlab
I have used Matlab extensively for scripting. My biggest Matlab project so far was for the iGEM competition.