We are always looking for excellent and motivated students and postdocs who are interested in working on problems at the forefront of computer vision and machine learning. Below we have compiled some information for prospective students. Please be sure to have read this before inquiring and/or applying!
Even if there are no formal postdoc openings posted, we still invite recent or soon-to-be PhD graduates with similar research interests to apply. A strong publication record in the top vision and/or learning conferences (CVPR, ICCV, ECCV, NIPS, ICML, UAI) is a prerequisite.
In general, we are looking for PhD students with excellent analytical skills that are highly-motivated, curious, and creative. PhD applicants should have a Master's degree (or equivalent) in computer science, mathematics, or a closely related field with an outstanding academic record. Prior research experience as well as a background in computer vision and/or machine learning are a plus, but general aptitude including solid mathematical and programming skills are more important. A good working knowledge of probability and statistics is a further plus. We do not require knowledge of German, but expect strong English skills.
Even if there are no formal openings posted, we still encourage strong applicants to apply. However, we expect sincere applicants to have looked at our group's research & publications prior to applying.
If you are interested in joining TU Darmstadt for a Masters degree, please do not contact us, but rather apply directly after having informed yourself about the admissions criteria. If you are interested in focusing on computer vision and machine learning, you should consider the focused Masters program in Visual Computing or the general Computer Science program. Note that TU Darmstadt does not offer funding for Masters students and that both programs currently require fluency in German.
Masters or Bachelor Theses
(for TU Darmstadt students only)
If you are already enrolled in a Bachelors or Masters program at TU Darmstadt and would like to work on a thesis project in computer vision or machine learning with us, please come to the office hours of Prof. Stefan Roth, or set up an appointment through Nicole Schätzle, our administrative assistant. We currently do not maintain a list of open topics, but our group often has various open topics. Since most topics require prior knowledge of vision and learning, we strongly encourage interested students to take at least some of the relevant computer vision and machine learning classes at TU Darmstadt.
HiWi (Student Assistantships)
(for Darmstadt area students only)
If you are interested in a student assistant (HiWi) position, please get in touch by email or come to Prof. Stefan Roth's office hours. Since most topics require prior knowledge of vision and learning, interested students should have taken at least some of the relevant computer vision and machine learning classes at TU Darmstadt.
We do not offer paid or unpaid short-term internships (1-3 months). Please do not contact us regarding internship opportunities in our group; unfortunately, we are unable to reply to such requests.