Shpresim Sadiku

researcher at ZIB since September 2020
doctoral candidate at TUB

📬 Contact

office Room 3027 at ZIB
e-mail sadiku (at)
languages Albanian, English, German, and Serbian

🎓 Academic Background

May 2020 M.Sc. in Mathematics in Data Science at TUM
Jul 2017 B.Sc. in Mathematics at UNITIR

🔬 Research

I am interested in the theory and applications of 2D Computer Vision and Optimization. Currently, I am using first-order optimization methods to generate sparse adversarial attacks of high visual quality.


  1. Sadiku, S., Wagner, M., and Pokutta, S. (2023). Group-wise Sparse and Explainable Adversarial Attacks. [arXiv]
      archiveprefix = {arXiv},
      eprint = {2311.17434},
      primaryclass = {cs.CV},
      year = {2023},
      author = {Sadiku, Shpresim and Wagner, Moritz and Pokutta, Sebastian},
      title = {Group-wise Sparse and Explainable Adversarial Attacks}

💬 Talks and posters

Conference and workshop talks

Sep 2022
3rd BMS-BGSMath Junior Meeting, Barcelona [PDF]
Mar 2021
BMS Conference [PDF]

Research seminar talks

Feb 2023
"What Is ...?" Seminar, Berlin [PDF]

Poster presentations

👨‍🏫 Teaching

summer 2019
Tutor for Computational Statistics at TUM

📝 Organization

Assisted in the organisation of the IOL-DISCOGA Seminar in Berlin