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Selected Topics in Active Assisted Living in collaboration with a company

The following topics are part of our collaboration with Cogvis Gmbh, For processing deep learning networks, Cogvis as well as CVL have powerful hardware available which can be used. All Master students get an internal company supervisor who is responsible for the topic and the guidance of the students. A renumeration and/working place is possible. … Continue reading Selected Topics in Active Assisted Living in collaboration with a company

Vehicle Detection in a Sequence of SAT Images

Problem Statement Object detection is a very important and still unsolved problem in object recognition. For example, the problem becomes challenging in aerial imaging and remote sensing as the scenes and the data differ significantly from the case usually considered in computer vision. The aim of this thesis is to study vehicle detection for a … Continue reading Vehicle Detection in a Sequence of SAT Images

Evaluating different transformer architectures for cell classification in Flow Cytometry Data 

Supervisor: Michael Reiter  Background  Flow Cytometry is a laser-based technique to measure antigen expression levels of blood cells. It is used in research as well as in daily clinical routines for immunophenotyping and for monitoring residual numbers of cancer cells during chemotherapy. One patient’s sample contains approximately 50-300k cells (also called events) with up to … Continue reading Evaluating different transformer architectures for cell classification in Flow Cytometry Data 

Multi-step classification of flow cytometry cell data with set transformers 

Supervisors: Michael Reiter, Matthias Wödlinger, Florian Kowarsch Background  Flow Cytometry is a laser-based technique to measure antigen expression levels of blood cells. It is used in research as well as in daily clinical routines for immunophenotyping and for monitoring residual numbers of cancer cells during chemotherapy. One patient’s sample contains approximately 50-300k cells (also called … Continue reading Multi-step classification of flow cytometry cell data with set transformers 

CNN based classification of Flow Cytometry Data

Supervisor: Michael Reiter, Florian Kowarsch Background  Flow Cytometry is a laser-based technique to measure antigen expression levels of blood cells. It is used in research as well as in daily clinical routines for immunophenotyping and for monitoring residual numbers of cancer cells during chemotherapy. One patient’s sample contains approximately 50-300k cells (also called events) with … Continue reading CNN based classification of Flow Cytometry Data

Document image classification of historic book pages

Status: available Supervisors: Michael Reiter, Matthias Wödlinger Why? The target dataset is the enormous digitised collection of historical printed publications at Austrian National Library. In particular, Austrian Books Online (digitised over the last years in a large-scale cooperation with Google) and Austrian Newspapers Online from 16th to 19th century, which rank among the most important … Continue reading Document image classification of historic book pages

Table Structure Recognition

Supervisor: Florian Kleber Start: as soon as possible Problem Statement Document Image Analysis (DIA) deals with the analysis and recognition of document images. Tasks range from skew estimation, layout analysis to Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR). Tables in documents contain structured information which can allow a deeper insight into specific data. Table Structure Recognition (TSR) deals … Continue reading Table Structure Recognition

Table Detection

Supervisor: Florian Kleber Start: as soon as possible Problem Statement Document Image Analysis (DIA) deals with the analysis and recognition of document images. Tasks range from skew estimation, layout analysis to Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR). Tables in documents contain structured information which can allow a deeper insight into specific data. During layout analysis, one task … Continue reading Table Detection

3D Reconstruction of Ancient Bronze Mirrors

Contact: Simon Brenner With over 3000 known examples, Etruscan mirrors form one of the largest object groups in Etruscan art. The majority are metal (mostly bronze) discs with handles whose polished obverse served as a mirror while the reverse was often embellished with engraved and/or chased figures. The old-fashioned way of documenting these objects is … Continue reading 3D Reconstruction of Ancient Bronze Mirrors

Verbesserung der CAR-T-Zellen Therapie durch Datenanalyse

Supervisor: Michael Reiter (CVL), Manfred Lehner (CCRI) Praktikum/Bachelorarbeit mit Möglichkeit zur Fortführung im Rahmen einer Diplomarbeit in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Christian Doppler Laborator für CAR-T-Zellen der nächsten Generation Dieses CD Labor an der St. Anna Kinderkrebsforschung arbeitet an molekularen Werkzeugen zur Verbesserung der sogenannten CAR-T-Zell-Therapie, einer Krebstherapie, welche auf der Verabreichung von genetisch veränderten Immunzellen beruht. … Continue reading Verbesserung der CAR-T-Zellen Therapie durch Datenanalyse