General Information

Computer Vision - Dpt. Computer Science

Contact Information:

Phone    

Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg
Professur für Mustererkennung und Bildverarbeitung
Georges-Köhler-Allee 101, Gebäude 052
79110 Freiburg im Breisgau
Germany

Phone    

+49 761 203-8260

Fax

+49 761 203-8262

E-Mail

sekr.lmb@informatik.uni-freiburg.de

By train: 
ICE and InterCity trains run hourly on the railway line Basel – Freiburg – Offenburg – Karlsruhe – Mannheim – Frankfurt. Take a train to Hauptbahnhof Freiburg. At Hauptbahnhof Freiburg, take the tram or S-Bahn.
By tram:
From the Hauptbahnhof (central station), you can take the tram No. 4 (magenta colored) heading for "Messe" alighting at the current terminal station "Technische Fakultät".
By S-Bahn (suburban train):
From the Hauptbahnhof (central station), take the Breisgau-S-Bahn to Breisach. Alight at "FR-Neue Messe/Universität".
By Bus:
From Paduaallee or Gundelfinger Straße take bus line 10 alighting at the station "Technische Fakultät".

By car:
From the A5:
Take the autobahn exit "Freiburg Mitte", towards Freiburg. Leave the B31a at the turn-off marked "Uni-Kliniken". This will take you onto the Berliner Allee, heading towards the "Messe". The campus is located on the left, just before the Messe (Trade Fair Hall).
From the city center:
Follow the B31a heading out of the city, leaving it at the turn-off marked "Uni-Kliniken". This will take you onto the Berliner Allee, heading towards the "Messe". The campus is located on the left, just before the Messe (Trade Fair Hall).
Parking:
The Campus of the Faculty of Engineering maintains a central parking lot. Members of the faculty and afiliated persons have to purchase a parking permit or use a special permit for official purposes. External guests are parking for free but have to use a guest parking permit. Please contact the office of the institution you want to visit beforehand to obtain this guest parking permit.

By airplane:
Approx. 1 hour bus ride from the undefinedEuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg or 2 to 3 hours by train or car from Frankfurt, Stuttgart or Zuerich airports.

Computer Vision Group - Dpt. of Computer Science

 

We are involved in the Centre for Biological Signalling Studies (BIOSS), funded by the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal and State Governments (EXC 294).

We are also involved in the Cluster of Excellence BrainLinks BrainTools, funded by the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal and State Governments (EXC 1086).

The Computer Vision Group was supported by an ERC Starting Grant

 

Computer Vision Research:

Visit our undefinedYoutube channel for latest demonstrations of our research.

undefinedConvNets Deep Learning ERC Initially funded by ERC Starting Grant "Videolearn, Video and 3D analysis for visual learning"

undefinedMotion estimation Motion Estimation and Optical Flow Segmentation

undefinedImage and Video Segmentation DFG Partially funded by DFG project BR 3815/5-1 "Object segmentation in videos by analysing point trajectories" Segmentation

undefined3D Reconstruction EU Partially funded by EU Project TrimBot2020 A gardening robot for rose, hedge and topiary trimming

 

Funded Projects:

undefined ERC EU Project: Trimbot - a gardening robot for rose, hedge and topiary trimming

undefinedDFG Video superresolution with combinatorial and variational optimization

undefinedDFG Object segmentation in videos by analyzing point trajectories

undefinedDFG SPP 1527 Autonomous Learning: Automatic structure optimization on big datasets

undefinedDFG CRC 1140 KIDGEM: Spatio-temporal analysis of confocal microscopic kidney data

undefinedBIOSS Excellence cluster BIOSS: Deep learning for automated image analysis

undefined BrainLinks-BrainTools Excellence cluster BrainLinks-BrainTools: NeuroBots

undefinedBW-Stiftung BW Stiftung: ROTAH - Robot task learning by active tracking of hands