I am Mario Wieser and I received my bachelor degree in computer science from HFU Furtwangen in 2012. From 2012 to 2013, I was a research assistant in the Smart Grids group at Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) in Freiburg. In 2015, I obtained the master degree in computer science with a focus on software engineering and cognitive systems from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Subsequently, I joined the Biomedical Data Analysis group at University of Basel to work towards the PhD degree. I am part of the SystemsX.ch HIV-X project and my research interests include both Bayesian and Bayesian non-parametrics for probabilistic modeling and inference in order to solve high-dimensional biomedical problems. Apart from research, I enjoy traveling and playing football.
University of Basel
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
CH - 4051 Basel, Switzerland
E-mail: mario dot wieser at unibas dot ch
Phone: + 41 61 207 0542
List of Publications
Mario Wieser*; Aleksander Wieczorek*; Damian Murezzan and Volker Roth: Learning Sparse Latent Representations with the Deep Copula Information Bottleneck, International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR) (to appear), 2018, Vancouver, Canada. (*equal contribution)
Aleksander Wieczorek*; Mario Wieser*; Damian Murezzan and Volker Roth: Deep Copula Information Bottleneck, NIPS Bayesian Deep Learning Workshop 2018, Long Beach, USA. (*equal contribution)
Jan Clement; Mario Wieser; Pascal Benoit; Robert Kohrs; Christof Wittwer: A Modular Prototyping Hard- and Software Platform for Faster Development of Intelligent Charging Infrastructures of Electric Vehicles, IEEE International Conference on Power Engineering, Energy and Electrical Devices (POWERENG 2013), May 13-17, Istanbul, Turkey.