Marie DeckerM. Sc.
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Marie Decker is a Research Associate and PhD student at GDI since April 2021. Her research interests are in fair and inclusive applications of Data Science and Machine Learning applications. Her teaching activities include topics of social responsibility and sustainability, as well as integrating concepts of scientific integrity in higher education.
Marie Decker studied mathematics with a focus on data science and machine learning applications at RWTH Aachen University and is studying economics as a second degree at RWTH. She worked as a tutor for medical statistics and as a research assistant at the Institute of Applied Medical Technology in the Science Management group from November 2019 to April 2020. She got to know the GDI by giving a guest lecture in the lecture "Engineering Sciences and Society" with her organization Studieren Ohne Grenzen. From October 2018 to April 2021, she worked as a research assistant at the GDI.
- Acquiring Competencies in Engineering Studies - The Role of Ingenieure ohne Grenzen e. V. in the Acquisition of Competencies Necessary for Engineers (2021)
Flipped Classroom Concept for Initiating a Reflection Process among Engineering Students in Large and Mandatory Courses
13th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, online, 05-06 July, 2021
On the importance of reflecting on algorithmic bias with regard to gender and diversity.
VDI Conference: 19th VDI Congress Women in Engineering, online, 12 June, 2021
|Flipped Classroom Concept for Initiating a Reflection Process among Engineering Students in Large and Mandatory Courses|
Contribution to a conference proceedings (2021)
|Decker, Marie Christin|