Anne Driemel is a Bonn Junior Fellow at the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics and professor at the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Bonn. After her diploma in computer science at the FU Berlin in 2009, Anne Driemel received her Ph.D. from Utrecht University in 2013. She then worked for six months as a postdoctoral fellow at TU Dortmund University before moving to TU Eindhoven in April 2014, first as a postdoctoral researcher and from 2015 as an assistant professor. Anne Driemel works in the area of computational geometry – a part of theoretical computer science with strong ties to discrete and combinatorial geometry. Her work is motivated by open problems in Machine Learning, involving trajectory data. Her primary goal is to design algorithms and data structures that are both practical and have provable performance. To this end, she combines classical worst-case analysis with approximation and randomization techniques with realistic input models.