Yale Hartmann, M. sc.
Yale Hartmann finished his master’s in computer science in 2020 at the University of Bremen. His interests span everything that includes Humans, Biosignals, Sports, Games or Music. The first three also happen to make up his field of research, in which Yale focuses on Human Activity Recognition. In his spare time Yale plays Sports such as Quidditch, Rugby or Ultimate Frisbee and wonders what movement patterns can be found in them.
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I do supervise Bachelor- or Masthertheses on the Topic of Motion and Activity Recognition. Drop me an Email if you have general interest, a topic of your own or are interested in a topic from the list below!
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Bremen Big Data Challenge
Yale Hartmann is a co-organizer of the Bremen Big Data Challenge by the Cognitive Systems Lab, since 2021.
The BBDC is an annual competition on data analytics organized by the CSL since 2015. Students from Bremen and the surrounding area can compete.
More information: Bremen Big Data Challenge