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
My name is Dominik Schörkhuber, I am a research assistant and PhD student at the Computer Vision Lab (CVL), Institute of Visual Computing & Human-Centered Technology, TU Wien, Austria. My research focus is on Computer Vision algorithms for assisted and autonomous driving. Currently I am working on the SmartProtect research project.
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.
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
Darja Stoeva is an interdisciplinary researcher with interests spanning topics in social robots, human-robot interaction, human perception and machine perception (computer vision), body and mind, arts and science. She is a PhD student with a focus on body motion in human-robot interaction, as part of the TrustRobots Doctoral College at TU Wien. The main project … Continue reading Darja Stoeva
Personal Information Born: 1983 Citizenship: Austria Description Fabian Hollaus was born in Mittersill in 1983. He received his MSc. (Dipl.-Ing.) in Visual Computing in 2011. He has worked since 2011 in the ‘The Enigma of the Sinaitic Glagolitic Tradition’ project at the Computer Vision Lab, Institute of Computer Aided Automation, Vienna University of Technology. Currently … Continue reading Fabian Hollaus
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