Caroline Magg received her bachelor’s degree in Technical Mathematics and both her master’s degrees Biomedical Engineering and Visual Computing at the TU Vienna, Austria. In her first master thesis, she developed an automatic algorithm for ECG annotations in mice at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna. In her second master thesis, she developed domain adaptation approaches for cross-modal brain tumor segmentation in MRI scans and she designed and implemented an interactive visual analytics application for outcome assessment and multi-model comparison.
In 2022, Caroline joined the qurAI group as PhD candidate. She is working on AI-based prediction of knee implant loosening, under supervision of Clarisa Sánchez. For the project she is working closely together with the orthopaedics department at the Amsterdam UMC – location AMC.