About us

About us

TU Darmstadt downtown campus (Photo: Nikolaus Heiss) – © Nikolaus Heiss
TU Darmstadt downtown campus (Photo: Nikolaus Heiss)

The Visual Inference group was founded in 2007 by Prof. Stefan Roth and is part of the Department of Computer Science at TU Darmstadt in Darmstadt, Germany.

TU Darmstadt is one of the leading technical universities in Germany. Its Computer Science department consistently ranks among the top 5 in Germany. TU Darmstadt offers a quite unique environment for research in computer vision, with 3 full-time faculty and 4 adjunct faculty in visual computing at large, 4 full-time faculty in robotics and learning, as well as ample interaction across the group boundaries.

Our group page lists all present members, past members are shown on our alumni page. Please see our job listings if you are interested in working with us.

Research

We conduct research in several areas of computer vision with an emphasis on statistical methods and machine learning. Recent projects include probabilistic models of low-level vision, image processing, image motion analysis, human detection and tracking, as well as object detection. Our group members have received several awards for their research.

Please see our research page or the list of publications for more information.

Teaching

We regularly teach courses as well as seminars and labs on topics in computer vision and machine learning. Furthermore, we offer term projects and Bachelors and Masters thesis projects in these areas.

Location

Mathildenhöhe (Photo: Ikar.us, CC BY 3.0 de) – © Ikar.us, CC BY 3.0 de
Mathildenhöhe (Photo: Ikar.us, CC BY 3.0 de)

Our group is located in the Robert Piloty building, the main building of the Department of Computer Science. Please visit the directions page to find out how to get to us.

Darmstadt is a very livable medium-size city in the Rhein-Main metropolitan area very close to Frankfurt.