The goal is to research different approaches for autonomous driving in the CARLA simulator. Publicly available models should be implemented and compared with regards to the errors the models make. [more]

At the current stage of autonomous driving, failures in complex situations are inevitable. A learning-based method to predict such failures could prevent dangerous situations or crashes. However, collecting real-life training data of crashes caused by autonomous vehicles is not... [more]

Speaker: Fuqi Guan Room: 1967 For fully immersive telepresence within a vehicle a 360° Field of View is required. As the human FoV is significantly smaller than 360°, just a slice of the surround view has to be transmitted to the operator. Within the operator’s current Field of... [more]

Speaker: Ibrahim Ben Ahmed Room: 1967 In the near future, urban transport will also be extended to include the third dimension. This includes UAVs, that will help to ship goods and move people. Here we find two approaches: the all in one concept and the modularity concept. This... [more]

Speaker: Qiuhai Guo Room: 0406 Stereo images can provide users with immersive watching and gaming experiences. However, they also bring higher transmission and storage costs compared to single-view images. Using different compression ratios on the two views is a potential... [more]

Speaker: Melek Khalfallah Date: 14.11.2019, 13:15 Room: 0406 [more]

Speaker: Fengze Han Date: 14.11.2019, 13:15 Room: 0406 Taking the advantages of all-weather robustness, various applications with the radar sensors are found in the automotive industry, especially in the area of advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving systems.... [more]

Tamay Aykut received the Kurt-Fischer Award (2019) for his PhD thesis "Towards Immersive Telepresence: Stereoscopic 360-degree Vision in Realtime". [more]

Prof. Steinbach received the Supervisory Award 2019 from the Faculty Graduate Center Electrical and Computer Engineering (Fakultätsgraduiertenzentrum Elektro- und Informationstechnik) for the exemplary supervision of his PhD candidates. The price has been handed over at the yearly... [more]

The paper “Efficient Panorama Database Indexing for Indoor Localization” co-authored by Jean-Baptiste Boin (Stanford University), Dmytro Bobkov (LMT), Eckehard Steinbach (LMT), and Bernd Girod (Stanford University) has been nominated for the best paper award at the Int.... [more]