Hendrik Möller is a doctorate student in computer science at the University Hospital rechts der Isar at TUM. He works in an EU-funded project around the NAKO (transl. national cohort) dataset, a large MRI cohort representing the german population. He develops machine learning methods to label and segment these scans with a practical orientation. Before that, he finished his Master’s in Robotics, Cognition, and Intelligence at the Technical University of Munich.


  • MRI Segmentation
  • MRI Vertebrae Detection and Labeling
  • Transitional Vertebrae


  • Robotics, Cognition, and Intelligence (M.Sc.), 2022

    Technical University of Munich, Germany

  • Informatics - Games Engineering (B.Sc.), 2019

    Technical University of Munich, Germany