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New Student Talk announced for 22.11.2021

We invite you to join our next Student Talk! Students and research staff present their master and PhD thesis about anomaly detection, 3D surface…

Thesis Offering: Development of an iOS App using Depth Data for AI-based Diagnosis and Monitoring of Infant Head Deformation

In cooperation with our project partners inovex and Varilag, we are currently looking for a student to support our research in the form of a master…

DATA MINING CUP 2019

Master Degree Students from HsKA’s Computer Science Faculty achieve an excellent sixth place in international competition.

HiWi and PHD-Positions


HiWi positions: We are offering frequently HiWi positions in our group to support us in our projects. If you are interested, please contact Anita Bender.

PHD positions: From time to time we have vacancies for research assistants.
If you are interested, please contact isrgspam prevention@h-ka.de.

Student Projects and Thesis

For our students, we offer project and seminar topics as well as thesis projects that are related to our research topics. Some of them are carried out in the Machine Learning Lab (LfM).

If you are interested, please contact us.

Thesis seminar: Students whose theses we supervise are invited every other week to meet, share ideas, brainstorm and discuss. These meetings are moderated by members of the ISRG.

Student Talks

The ISRG organizes student talks on specific topics at irregular intervals. The aim of these talks is to give students the opportunity to present their scientific work in front of a broad audience made up of other students, business people and scientists.

Selected Student Projects

TF-AtlasNetV2

Deep learning for creation and adjustment of 3D shapes
 

Projektarbeit SS 20:
Robin Baumann

Supervisor:
Prof. Dr. Astrid Laubenheimer

GitHub

Gesture Recognition

Real-time classification of movements using time-convolution networks based on joint detection with Tf-Pose

Projektarbeit WS 19/20:
Pol Zeimet

Supervisor:
Prof. Dr. Norbert Link

GitHub

3D-GANs

Evaluation of 3D Generative Adversarial Networks

Projektarbeit WS 18/19:
Alexander Melde, M.Sc.
Jonas Harlacher

Supervisor:
Prof. Dr. Astrid Laubenheimer

GitHub

Teaching

The group members give lectures in several Bachelor and Master programms.

Bachelor Programms

Analysis

Lecturer:
Prof. Astrid Laubenheimer
Bachelor Programms:
Computer Science (INFB)
Media Informatics (MINB)
 

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Computer Vision

Lecturer:
Prof. Astrid Laubenheimer
Bachelor Programms:
Computer Science (INFB elective)
Media Informatics (MINB)
Other progamms on request

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Computer Vision Lab

Lecturer:
Prof. Astrid Laubenheimer
Bachelor Programms:
Computer Science (INFB elective)
Media Informatics (MINB elective)
 

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Autonomous Systems Lab

Lecturer:
Prof. Norbert Link
Bachelor Programms:
Computer Science (INFB elective)
Media Informatics (MINB elective)

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Information Theory and Coding

Lecturer:
Prof. Franz Quint
Bachelor Programms:
Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (EITB)

Spectral Communications

Lecturer:
Prof. Franz Quint
Bachelor Programms:
Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (EITB)

Master Programms

Machine Learning

Lecturer:
Prof. Astrid Laubenheimer
Prof. Norbert Link
Tarek Iraki, M.Sc.​​​​​​​ (Practice INFM)
Master Programms:
Computer Science (INFM elective)
Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (EITM elective)
Other progamms on request

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Optimization

Lecturer:
Prof. Astrid Laubenheimer
Samuel Zeitvogel, M.Sc. (Practice)
Master Programm:
Computer Science (INFM elective)

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Digital Communications

Lecturer:
Prof. Franz Quint
Master Programm:
Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (EITM)

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