Team and License

Team and Contributors

intro2ml Team
  • Bernd Bischl wrote the initial version of most of the course material, and teaches various master courses in ML and DL at the LMU for stats and data science.
  • Fabian Scheipl joined the team in fall 2018 and contributed to the slides, videos and code demos.
  • Heidi Seibold joined the team in fall 2019 and was in charge of the classes held in spring 2020 at LMU Munich and University of Bielefeld and the Helmholtz Virtual ML Summer School 2020.
  • Ludwig Bothmann joined the team in summer 2020 and is in charge of the class held in winter 2020/21 at LMU Munich.
  • Daniel Schalk is a PhD at Bernd’s group and organized the second round of the inverted classroom in spring 2019; he also provided the digital platform for videos, quizzes and exercises.
  • Christoph Molnar is a PhD at Bernd’s group and organized the first round of the inverted classroom in spring 2018, including the first round of videos.
  • Tobias Pielok is a PhD at Bernd’s group and contributed to the code demos and exercises; he also presented the code demos at the classes held in spring 2020.

Student Assistants

  • Omid Charrakh
  • Rifat Mehreen Amin
  • Katharina Ring
  • Carolin Becker
  • Lisa Wimmer

Help is appreciated and welcome!

We hope to continously improve and expand this course over the coming years. We strongly believe in open source and collaborative work. Please contact us if you think likewise and would like to contribute. See also our contributing guidelines

  • Are you an ML expert and like the course, but have some feedback or consider extending it? Write an email to Bernd and Fabian or Open an issue.
  • Are you a student taking the lecture - either at the LMU or online - and you spotted a typo, think we should rephrase something be or even would like to provide a new quiz question or coding example? Please consider providing a pull request. Writing an e-mail or opening an issue with suggested improvements is obviously very welcome as well!
  • You are none of the above but would like to contribute, get in touch / open issues / create pull requests! We are happy about any help.


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We are developing the course on GitHub

We would appreciate if you contact us in case you are re-using our course. Knowing this helps us to keep the project alive. Thank you!