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-In January 2013, I'​ve ​moved to the [[http://​ai.uni-bremen.de/​|Institute for Artificial Intelligence]] at the University of Bremen. My new web site can be found [[https://​ai.uni-bremen.de/​team/​moritz_tenorth|here]].+In January 2013, I moved to the [[http://​ai.uni-bremen.de/​|Institute for Artificial Intelligence]] at the University of Bremen. My new web site can be found [[https://​ai.uni-bremen.de/​team/​moritz_tenorth|here]].
  
 I obtained the Doctor in computer science from TUM in November 2011 for my thesis titled [[http://​nbn-resolving.de/​urn/​resolver.pl?​urn:​nbn:​de:​bvb:​91-diss-20111125-1079930-1-7|Knowledge Processing for Autonomous Robots]]. Previously, I studied Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the RWTH Aachen, Germany, and Robotics and Embedded Systems at the ENSTA in Paris, France. I spent one year as an intern at the Accenture Technology Labs in Sophia Antipolis, France, where I worked on visual localization and mapping. From February to May 2009, I was a visiting scholar in the [[http://​humansensing.cs.cmu.edu/​|Human Sensing Lab]] at Carnegie Mellon University where I worked with Fernando De la Torre on models of human everyday activities. I obtained the Doctor in computer science from TUM in November 2011 for my thesis titled [[http://​nbn-resolving.de/​urn/​resolver.pl?​urn:​nbn:​de:​bvb:​91-diss-20111125-1079930-1-7|Knowledge Processing for Autonomous Robots]]. Previously, I studied Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the RWTH Aachen, Germany, and Robotics and Embedded Systems at the ENSTA in Paris, France. I spent one year as an intern at the Accenture Technology Labs in Sophia Antipolis, France, where I worked on visual localization and mapping. From February to May 2009, I was a visiting scholar in the [[http://​humansensing.cs.cmu.edu/​|Human Sensing Lab]] at Carnegie Mellon University where I worked with Fernando De la Torre on models of human everyday activities.
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