Qian Liu is a research associate at the Weizenbaum Institute and at Fraunhofer FOKUS. Before joining the research group, he was working on the DFG project PROVDS in the Open Distributed Systems (ODS) group at TU Berlin.
His research interests include: incomplete provenance graph recovery, image provenance analysis, missing data handling methods, deep convolutional autoencoders with attention mechanisms/dynamic structures, deep generative models, representation learning, time series data analysis, sequential data analysis, and online learning.
Before pursuing his PhD, Qian obtained two MSc. degrees: Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at University of Bern and Management, Economics and Technology at ETH Zurich. Moreover, he has more than 10 years of industrial experience as a software engineer on projects for Swisscom, ChinaTelecom, SAP, Bekaert, and DaXing International Airport.
Positions at Weizenbaum Institut
Research Group „Digitalisation and Opening Up Science“