Dr. rer. nat. Erik Rodner
Lehrstuhl für Digitale Bildverarbeitung
I am currently visiting PostDoc researcher at the International Computer Science Institute at UC Berkeley. However, my e-mail address is still valid and will be checked regularly.
Learning with Few Examples
Further Research Interests
- Bayesian Methods
- Object Discovery
- Object Localization
- Discrete Optimization
At the Chair for Computer Vision I am responsible for the organization of lectures and seminars including the weekly research meeting. I am also looking for bachelor, master or diploma students who like to dig into a specific research topic in the area of computer vision and machine learning. Interested students should write a short e-mail or simply knock on my office door.
- 2002-2007 Diploma in computer science at the university of Jena
- Since 2007: PhD student of Prof. Denzler
- August 2011: Submission of my PhD thesis
- Student research project: "Illumination Independent Object Tracking" (in German)
- Diploma thesis: "Segmentation with Graph Cut Methods" (in German)
- Michael Kemmler: "Using Global Image Features as Context Information for Scene and Object Recognition" (in German)
- Björn Fröhlich: "Semantic Segmentation"
- Alexander Arest: "Combination of Ensemble Methods for Visual Object Recognition" (in German language)
- Alexander Lütz: "Image based kernel functions - robust classification and semi-supervised object localization by optimization of hyperparameters" (in German)
- Paul Bodesheim: "Object Discovery - Unsupervised Learning of Object Categories"