First Heidelberg Machine Learning Networking Event — 28.11.2018

We are excited to organize the first Heidelberg Machine Learning Networking Event on 28.11, together with Klaus Maier-Hein’s team from DKFZ. If you want to actively participate please contact me: Carsten Rother . More information about the event can be found here: http://heidelberg.ai/network

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New paper in IJCV: “Augmented Reality Meets Computer Vision”

Our new paper “Augmented Reality Meets Computer Vision: Efficient Data Generation for Urban Driving Scenes” was accepted in International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV). [paper] [pdf]  

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Robust Vision Challenge at CVPR 2018

We are happy to be involved in the organization of the Robust Vision Challenge at CVPR 2018 together with Andreas Geiger and a great team from MPI Tübingen, ETH Zurich and TU Munich. Visit http://www.robustvision.net for more information and stay tuned for details on how to participate with your stereo, flow, multi-view or segmentation algorithm!

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DSAC – Differentiable RANSAC for Camera Localization

Ever wondered how to train a computer vision pipeline, which contains RANSAC, in an end-to-end fashion? See our project page or  arXiv.

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Best Science Paper Award at BMVC 16!

Best Science Paper Award at BMVC 16!  For our joint work with Gene Myers team about Mapping Random Forests to Deep, sparse CNNs. Please find the paper in publications.

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Accepted DFG Grant for Bogdan Savchynskyy as PI

Bogdan Savchynskyy got a 3-year DFG Grant accepted on the topic of exact and efficient inference in challenging Random Fields Models

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CVPR 16 pose estimation code now online

You can download the code of our CVPR 16 paper on pose estimation and camera localization here.

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New Papers accepted (NIPS, BMVC, ACCV, IROS)

New papers accepted to NIPS (on MRF diversity), BMVC (on stacked RF to CNN mapping; oral), ACCV (on new learning for CNN-CRF), and IROS (on Road Hazard detection). Please find papers in publication section.

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Congratulations to Dr. Michael Yang

On June 1st 2016, Michael will join ITC faculty of University of Twente in the Netherlands as Assistant Prof. ITC is recognized worldwide in the field of geo-information science and earth observation. Congratulations!

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