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Matthias has been leading Bühler’s data science program since 2017, driving innovation through a small but impactful multidisciplinary team and a strong partner ecosystem. The fundamental question the team addresses is how IoT data from connected machines, lines and plants can be used to unlock business value and ensure efficient use of natural resources for the food, feed and advanced materials industry.
Matthias is a physicist by education and holds an MS from SUNY Buffalo and a PhD from University of Basel. In his spare time he enjoys hiking in the Swiss alps, playing soccer and tennis and reading a good book. 

AMLD EPFL 2022 / Speakers

Michael Bronstein

Oxford / Twitter / IDSIA

Max Welling

Distinguished Scientist, Microsoft Research

Samy Bengio

Senior Director, AI and Machine Learning Research, Apple

Regina Barzilay

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT

Melanie Mitchell

Davis Professor, Santa Fe Institute

Thomas Wolf

Co-founder and Chief Science Officer, Hugging Face

AMLD / Global partners