Georgios Kaissis

Technical University of Munich - Helmholtz Munich - Imperial College London


I am a senior lecturer at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), where I lead the Privacy-Preserving and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence research group at the Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. I also lead the Reliable AI research group at Helmholtz Munich.

I completed my post-doc in Artificial Intelligence with Professor Daniel Rueckert at the Department of Computing at Imperial College London, where I remain as a visiting researcher.
Before dedicating myself to full-time AI research, I obtained my specialist diagnostic radiologist  board certification at the Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at TUM, my medical degree from LMU Munich and my Master's Degree in Health Business Administration from FAU Nuremberg.

My group's research broadly focuses on the following topics:
  • Privacy-preserving AI with a focus on Differential Privacy and its applications to deep learning
  • AI security and attacks against machine learning models
  • Memorisation and training dynamics of neural networks
  • Trustworthy AI (Explainability, Fairness, Alignment)
  • Probabilistic machine learning techniques
  • Federated learning
  • Geometric deep learning and graph neural networks
  • Biomedical applications and deployments, especially in medical imaging