My name is Daniel Helm and I am a project assistant and Ph.D. student at TU Wien in the Institute of Visual Computing & Human-Centered Technology. In the 4-year EU-funded Horizon 2020 innovation action ”Visual History of the Holocaust: Rethinking Curation in the Digital Age” (https://www.vhh-project.eu), I am responsible for the development and implementation of … Continue reading Daniel Helm →
Artificial Intelligence | Machine Vision Machine learning algorithms in data & image analysis. Object recognition and anomaly detection in industry, biomedical and cultural heritage tasks. Projects & affiliation: Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence (Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics). Machine Learning Methods in Computer Vision (Technische Universität Wien). Deep Learning in High-Performance Vision (Austrian Institute of … Continue reading Karel Horak →
Previous Position Stefan Spelitz was a project assistant at the Computer Vision Lab between 2017/02 and 2018/06. He was working together with the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). The shared project ODEEG, part of the ‘go-digital’ initiative, aimed at creating a digital catalog to study manufacturing and additional properties of antique vessels. Publications Spelitz, S … Continue reading Stefan Spelitz →
Thomas Lang attended the Technical High School (HTL) Ottakring, where he graduated in 2009. Since 2010, he was a student of computer science at the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), where he received his master’s degree in 2018. He is currently employed at the Computer Vision Lab.
Current Position Stefan Schurischuster is a research assistant at the Computer Vision Lab, Institute of Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology at the TU Wien, Austria. His research interests are: Computer Vision, AI and Machine Learning. Projects SYMETRIC: Visual Odometry, Camera Calibration, Stereo Vision YATTA – Augmented Reality, 3D Reconstruction MIC-Cam: Object Detection, Image Classification, Deep … Continue reading Stefan Schurischuster →
DI Christoph Spörk attended the HTBLVA Spengergasse for information technology in the years 2002-2007. He continued his education by finishing his Bachelor in Software & Information Engineering at the Vienna University of Technology in 2011. In 2015 he received his Master’s degree in Computational Intelligence. Since 2015 he is working as project assistant at the Computer Vision Lab.