Marco Rudolph studied computer science at the Leibniz University Hannover. In 2016 he was awarded by the university the 'Preis des Präsidiums' for his special academic archievements. He attained the master degree in October 2018. In his thesis 'Coding of Human Body Shapes using Neural Networks' he dealt with autoencoders on body meshes.
In November 2018 he started at the TNT to work towards his PhD. His research topics are data science, especially dimensionality reduction, and human motion capturing.