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Thomas Heitzinger

Thomas Heitzinger is a research assistant and PhD student at the Computer Vision Lab (CVL) at TU Wien. His research interests are 3D scene understanding and human behavior analysis using depth sensors and other non-RGB based visual sensors, as well as computer vision in the absence of strong textural information. At the moment he is … Continue reading Thomas Heitzinger

Theodor Mittermair

Theodor Mittermair studies Computer Engineering bachelor and plans to continue with the Embedded Systems master program. He currently is responsible for part of the institutes IT infrastructure. His areas of interest span a wide area, such as microcontrollers, low-level programming, server hardware and software, audio and video equipment, etc.

Jennifer Lumetzberger

My name is Jennifer Lumetzberger and I am a project assistant at the Computer Vision Lab (CVL) at TU Wien.  My research focusses on Active Assisted Living (AAL) and Fairness/Transparency in Algorithms. I received my Msc (Dipl.-Ing.) degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2019 and my Bsc in Medical Engineering in 2016. Currently I am working … Continue reading Jennifer Lumetzberger

Matthias Wödlinger

My name is Matthias Wödlinger and since 2019 I am a research assistant at the Computer Vision Lab (CVL) at TU Wien. I received my MSc (Dipl.-Ing.) degrees in Technical Mathematics and Technical Physics in 2018. Currently, I am working on the aistream project, where domain-specific methods for image compression, based on learned methods, are … Continue reading Matthias Wödlinger

Margrit Gelautz

I am a professor at TU Wien, leading the Image and Video Analysis & Synthesis (IVAS) group at Computer Vision Lab. My research in the field of computer vision  focuses on 3D scene reconstruction (especially, stereo analysis), video object segmentation, image matting and motion estimation. Please see my homepage at TU Informatics for more information … Continue reading Margrit Gelautz

Simon Brenner

Current Position Simon Brenner is a research assistant and PhD student at the Computer Vision Lab, Institute or Visual Computing & Human-Centered Technology, TU Wien, Austria. Research interests: multispectral imaging, cultural heritage conservation, analysis of historical aerial images. Education & former positions 2013 – 2015 MSc. TU Wien, Visual Computing. Thesis title: Projector-Based Textures for … Continue reading Simon Brenner

Roman Pflugfelder

I am a lecturer and offer supervision to master’s thesis students. I am also working as a postdoc fellow at TUM, Munich and the Technion, Israel. I am a Scientist currently on leave at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology. My scientific interest is the problem of occlusion in vision. I am also interested in … Continue reading Roman Pflugfelder

Florian Kleber

 Current Position Florian Kleber is currently a senior scientist at the Computer Vision Lab, Institute of Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology, TU Wien, Austria. He gained experience as a project collaborator/leader in several projects at the Computer Vision Lab, VUT, dealing with, amongst others, multi-spectral acquisition and restoration of ancient manuscripts. Additionally, he is involved … Continue reading Florian Kleber

Georg Langs

Address: Medical University of Vienna Department of Radiology CIR lab Waehringer Guertel 18-20 A-1090 Vienna Austria Description Currently Georg Langs is a Research Scientist at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Cambridge Massachusetts, USA: new website Teaching In the summer semester I give the lecture Medizinische Bildverarbeitung at CVL. Exams for the lecture in … Continue reading Georg Langs

Martin Kampel

Dr. Kampel received the B.Sc. in Data Technologies and Computer Science, the M.Sc. degree (Diplomingenieur) in Computer Science (Computer Graphics, Pattern Recognition & Image Processing) in 1999, the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science in 2003, and the “venia docendi” (Habilitation) in Applied Computer Science in 2009, all from the Vienna University of Technology. Today, he … Continue reading Martin Kampel