We released the source code for our paper "EM-Fusion: Dynamic Object-Level SLAM With Probabilistic Data Association" (ICCV 2019) and "Where Does It End? - Reasoning About Hidden Surfaces by Object Intersection Constraints" (CVPR 2020).
for our paper Learning to Identify Physical Parameters from Video Using Differentiable Physics
We received a honorable mention at this year's DAGM GCPR 2020 for our paper Learning to Identify Physical Parameters from Video Using Differentiable Physics by R. Kandukuri, J. Achterhold, M. Moeller and J. Stueckler
We released the source code for our paper "Planning from Images with Deep Latent Gaussian Process Dynamics" by Nathanael Bosch, Jan Achterhold, Laura Leal-Taixé, and Joerg Stueckler
Cathrin Elich received this year's DAGM Best Master thesis award at the GCPR 2019 conference for her thesis "3D Birds-Eye-View Instance Segmentation" which she wrote at RWTH Aachen University.
The Perceiving Systems Department, the Embodied Vision Group and the Autonomous Vision Group at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems are well represented at one of the world’s leading computer vision conferences taking place in Seoul in October.
Michael Strecke received the DAGM Best Master's Thesis Award at this year's GCPR conference for his thesis "Sublabel-accurate Convex Relaxation with Total Generalized Variation Regularization" which he wrote at Universität Konstanz.
Research cooperation in the field of Intelligent Systems gains momentum