Materials for my DHBW lecture on Digital Image Processing can be found here:
Currently, I am working at
the Daimler Research Institute Boeblingen on Image
Processing for Driver Assistance. Most of my work deals with stereo vision and
its fusion with motion, called 6D-Vision. In 2000, I completed my PhD thesis
at the University of Tuebingen. My advisor was Prof.
Ruder from the Computational Physics Department at the University of Tuebingen. The research was about scene understanding for
an autonomous car using stereo vision. A pdf-version of my dissertation can be
At Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, I completed my master's studies in High Energy Physics. I worked on the BaBar experiment at SLAC.
In 2002, I also started giving lectures on Image Processing at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Stuttgart (see top).
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