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The paper „AR in VR: Augmented Reality Cues in 360-Degree Stereoscopic Telepresence for Remote Collaboration and Maintenance“ co-authored by Furkan Kaynar, Markus Hofbauer, Asa MacWilliams, Joseph Newman, Andreas Hutter and Eckehard Steinbach, has received the Outstanding Paper Award at the 16th…

The paper „Evaluation of Video Coding for Machines without Ground Truth“ co-authored by Kristian Fischer, Markus Hofbauer, Christopher Kuhn, Eckehard Steinbach, and Andre Kaup, has received the Joint Research Incubator Award 2022 at the 7th ITG/VDE Graduate Summer School on Video Compression and…

This talk is about the investigation of the effect of prior training of neural implicit networks on the task of semantic segmentation of room-scale scenes.

We are looking for two PhD candidates in the area of haptics. If you are interested, please contact either Dr. Xiao Xu or Prof. Eckehard Steinbach.

Herr Lukas Habermayr wurde am 24.11.2021 im Bayerischen Innenministerium mit dem Förderpreis der Joseph und Sonja Ströbl Stiftung ausgezeichnet.

Christopher Kuhn and Markus Hofbauer have received the TMI Educational Video Competition Excellent Award for their video “Predicting Failures in Autonomous Driving”.  Details about the TMI (Transdisciplinary Mobility Innovation) competition which was held in conjunction with the 32nd IEEE…

A team of researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has developed a new early warning system for vehicles that uses artificial intelligence to learn from thousands of real traffic situations. A study of the system was carried out in cooperation with the BMW Group. The results show…

Prof. Steinbach receives the Technical Contribution Award of the IEEE Tactile Internet Technical Committee (IEEE ComSoc) for “distinguished contributions to the Haptic Codecs, which is an essential part of the Tactile Internet and his active contribution to and chairing the IEEE P1918.1.1 group on…

The paper „Better Look Twice - Improving Visual Scene Perception Using a Two-Stage Approach“ co-authored by Christopher Kuhn, Markus Hofbauer, Goran Petrovic, and Eckehard Steinbach, has received the best student paper award at the IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM) 2020.