We made it into Communications of the ACM. I was asked how my team and I let computer vision systems work even under the worst of weather conditions, think fog... A real challenge for autonomous cars! The full article can be found here.
Today, Alex and I were happy and excited to kick off our first lecture on Deep Learning for Autonomous Driving (DLAD).
The lecture received a lot of attention among students and it is an honor for us to teach almost 100 students in the first edition of this course.
DLAD is a yearly recurring course and already now, we are actively working towards a solution to teach even more students in the years to come.
The Autonomous Driving Workshop at ICCV 2019 has been successfully taken place on Oct. 28 in Seoul. Thank you to all the invited speakers, authors, presenters and the audience. We are looking forward to meeting you again next time.
Yesterday, on July 31st, we welcomed an honorable visitor at our lab, Fisher Yu.
After he gave an inspiring talk about his current work at Berkley DeepDrive, we gave him demos of what we are working on.
Everybody here is excited about him joining the lab as Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Computer Vision towards the end of 2020.
Two weeks ago, on July 1st, part of our team and I had a fun and memorable trip to Leuven for the yearly TRACE workshop. We had great discussions with people from other project partners, and enjoyed fantastic Belgian beer and food.