Christopher Blöcker started his Ph.D. studies at Umeå University in 2018. His research is focused on network science, specifically community detection, and autonomous systems. He is interested in combining results from network science and autonomous systems research for application in logistics. He is also part of WASP, the Wallenberg A.I., Autonomous Systems, and Software graduate program.
Christopher received his bachelor’s and master’s degree in computer science from FH Wedel, University of Applied Sciences in Wedel, Germany. After finishing his master studies in 2015, he moved to Singapore and worked at Duke-NUS Medical School where he applied machine learning for metastasis prediction in cancer patients.
In his free time, Christopher likes to travel, cook, and dance West Coast Swing. Depending on the weather, he likes to go out and bike. His favourite programming language is Haskell.