Dr. Maria Kalweit currently serves as the Head of Applied AI at CRIION while also holding a PostDoctoral position at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Freiburg. Her work in applied artificial intelligence, particularly in medical contexts, is grounded in a methodical approach to developing machine learning models that maintain functionality under resource constraints and with varied data inputs. The scope of her work encompasses the entire development pipeline, extending from model formulation to web and interface refinement, along with continuous integration and the creation of interpretation tools. Dr. Kalweit has actively contributed to the development of a digital biomarker and advanced her work towards four distinct patents. Her research has earned her a Best Paper Award for her ultra-low powered seizure detection device and the Wolfgang-Gentner-Award for her doctoral thesis. Through her roles at CRIION and the University of Freiburg, she contributes to the progress of applied AI in the medical field, focusing on creating accessible and reliable tools for use in diverse and challenging environments.