From 2016 to 2021, he was the leader of TRACE-Zurich.
His research interests lie in autonomous driving, robust perception in adverse weather and illumination conditions, automotive sensors
and computer vision under limited supervision. In 2016, he obtained his PhD in Computer Vision at ETH Zurich.
He has organized a CVPR'19 Workshop on Vision for All Seasons: Bad Weather and Nighttime ,
and is organizing an ICCV'19 workshop on Autonomous Driving. He has been a program committee member of
several major computer vision conferences and received multiple outstanding reviewer awards. He is a guest editor for the IJCV special issue
Vision for All Seasons and is an area chair for WACV 2020.