Tobias Hille
Raum 0443
Universität Kassel
Fachbereich Elektrotechnik/Informatik
Fachgebiet Wissensverarbeitung
Wilhelmshöher Allee 73
34121 Kassel
Tel.: +49 561 804-6350
Fax.: +49 561 804-6259

About Me

I am a German researcher who is interested in the theory of geometric measures and dimensionality.

Publications and Preprints

  • 1.
    Hanika, T., Hille, T.: What is the $\textit{intrinsic}$ dimension of your binary data? -- and how to compute it quickly, (2024).
  • 1.
    Stubbemann, M., Hille, T., Hanika, T.: Selecting Features by their Resilience to the Curse of Dimensionality. (2023).


ICFCA 2023, University of Kassel, Kassel, Germany Local Organizer


CONCEPTS,  September 9th-13th, 2024, Cádiz, Spain Subreviewer
ISWC,  October 23th-27th, 2022,  Hangzhou, China Subreviewer
ECML PKDD,  September 19th–23th, 2022,  Grenoble, France Subreviewer


Summer Term 2024 Databases (Exercises)
Winter Term 2023/24 Knowledge Discovery (Exercises, Lab)
Summer Term 2023 Databases (Exercises)
Winter Term 2022/23 Discrete Structures of Artifical Intelligence (Lab)


Dimension Curse Detector (2022 — today)

This project is led by Dr. Tom Hanika within the Loewe Exploration program. In this project, we investigate to which extent machine learning is influenced by the intrinsic dimensionality of data. For this, we quantify the Curse of Dimensionality which is strongly connected to the phenomenon of measure concentration. Within the project, we develop methods that allow to efficiently compute the intrinsic dimension of modern large-scale datasets.

Extracurricular Activities

Supervision of Student Internships

I supervise an annual two-week student internship at the University of Kassel
on analyzing the emerging mastodon social network (2022 — today).