Philipp Kopper

About

I am a PhD student and research associate at the Chair of Statistical Learning and Data Science since spring 2020 at the Ludwig Maximilian University Munich.

I obtained a Bachelor's degree (B.Sc.) in Economics and a Master's degree (M.Sc.) in Statistics from the Ludwig Maximilian University Munich. My research interest is in the intersection of machine learning and statistics. I am particularly interested in deep learning and survival analysis at the moment.

Contact

Institut für Statistik

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Ludwigstraße 33

D-80539 München

philipp.kopper [at] stat.uni-muenchen.de

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References

  1. Kopper P, Wiegrebe S, Bischl B, Bender A, Rügamer D (2022) DeepPAMM: Deep Piecewise Exponential Additive Mixed Models for Complex Hazard Structures in Survival Analysis Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, pp. 249–261. Springer International Publishing.
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  2. Hartl WH, Kopper P, Bender A et al. (2022) Protein intake and outcome of critically ill patients: analysis of a large international database using piece-wise exponential additive mixed models. Critical Care 26, 7.
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  3. Seibold H, Nalenz M, Kopper P et al. (2021) A computational reproducibility study of PLOS ONE articles featuring longitudinal data analyses. PLOS ONE 16, e0251194.
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  4. Kopper P, Pölsterl S, Wachinger C, Bischl B, Bender A, Rügamer D (2021) Semi-Structured Deep Piecewise Exponential Models Proceedings of AAAI Spring Symposium on Survival Prediction - Algorithms, Challenges, and Applications 2021, pp. 40–53. PMLR.
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  5. Kopper P (2019) Lime and neighborhood. In: In: Molnar C (ed) Limitations of Interpretable Machine Learning Methods,
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