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Welcome to my page at the Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group. I am a doctoral student currently composing my dissertation on “Appearance Modeling for Multi-View Pedestrian Tracking” under the supervision of Prof. Radig.

Past work: From 07/2009 till 09/2013, I was involved in the cluster of excellence for Cognition in Technical Systems (CoTeSys), where I was responsible for the integration and further development of the Multi-Joint Vision (MuJoVision) project. The project is aimed at obtaining and processing image data in real-time from a large set of cameras simultaneously to facilitate human-robot interaction within a surveyed area, using Computer Vision techniques to extract information about humans and objects within the surveyed scene, examples including person tracking and gesture recognition.

Further research: Other research interests are located within the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Particular interest is the interpretation of human visual communication channels such as Facial Expression Recognition and Gesture Recognition.

Bio: I recieved a Diploma - Dipl.-Inf. (Univ.) - degree from TU München in 06/2009. My diploma thesis topic was “Cross-Database Facial Expression Classification Using Three-Dimensional Geometrically Deformable Models”.

Research Topics

  • Multi-Camera Systems
  • Real-time Distributed Computer Vision
  • Smart Surveillance
  • Model-Based Image Interpretation
  • Human Motion Capture, Tracking and Analysis
  • Face Detection
  • Face Model Fitting
  • Head Tracking
  • Facial Expression Recognition
  • Emotion Recognition

2010
Conference and Workshop Papers
A Distributed Many-Camera System for Multi-Person Tracking (C. Lenz, T. Röder, M. Eggers, S. Amin, T. Kisler, B. Radig, G. Panin, A. Knoll), In Proceedings of the First International Joint Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AmI 2010) (R. Wichert, B. de Ruyter, eds.), Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2010. [bib]
Other Publications
Multi Joint Action in CoTeSys --- Setup and Challenges (D. Br\vs\vci\'c, M. Eggers, F. Rohrmüller, O. Kourakos, S. Sosnowski, D. Althoff, M. Lawitzky, A. Mörtl, M. Rambow, V. Koropouli, J.R. Medina Hernández, X. Zang, W. Wang, D. Wollherr, K. Kühnlenz, C. Mayer, T. Kruse, A. Kirsch, J. Blume, A. Bannat, T. Rehrl, F. Wallhoff, T. Lorenz, P. Basili, C. Lenz, T. Röder, G. Panin, W. Maier, S. Hirche, M. Buss, M. Beetz, B. Radig, A. Schubö, S. Glasauer, A. Knoll, E. Steinbach), Technical report, CoTeSys Cluster of Excelence: Technische Universität München & Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, 2010. [bib]
2009
Conference and Workshop Papers
Facial Expression Recognition with 3D Deformable Models (Christoph Mayer, Matthias Wimmer, Martin Eggers, Bernd Radig), In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Advancements Computer-Human Interaction (ACHI), Springer, volume , 2009. (Best Paper Award) [bib]
2008
Conference and Workshop Papers
Interpreting the Dynamics of Facial Expressions in Real Time Using Model-based Techniques (Christoph Mayer, Matthias Wimmer, Freek Stulp, Zahid Riaz, Anton Roth, Martin Eggers, Bernd Radig), In Proceedings of the 3\textsuperscriptrd Workshop on Emotion and Computing: Current Research and Future Impact, 2008. [bib]
Are You Happy with Your First Name? (Matthias Wimmer, Christoph Mayer, Martin Eggers, Bernd Radig), In Proceedings of the 3\textsuperscriptrd Workshop on Emotion and Computing: Current Research and Future Impact, 2008. [bib]
A Real Time System for Model-based Interpretation of the Dynamics of Facial Expressions (Christoph Mayer, Matthias Wimmer, Freek Stulp, Zahid Riaz, Anton Roth, Martin Eggers, Bernd Radig), In Proc. of the International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FGR08), 2008. [bib] [pdf]
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