Dr. Holger Caesar, Assistant Professor
Autonomous vehicles (AVs) have come a long way in the past two decades. Yet they are nowhere close to safely carrying our children to an arbitrary location. Until AVs become a net provider of safety, comfort and reduced carbon emissions, a lot of work remains to be done. The real world is full of challenging corner-cases and unexpected behavior. My research focuses on finding more scalable approaches to address these corner cases by collecting, mining, labeling, training from and evaluating sensor data more cleverly.
07/2023: Our HiLo paper for panoptic scene graph generation was accepted to ICCV 2023.
07/2023: Holger gives a keynotes speech at the Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee Summer Meeting.
05/2023: Our proposal to equip a bicycle with automotive sensors receives the "Climate Action Research and Education Seed Call" award for 30k EUR.
05/2023: LaneLet2 for nuScenes accepted as a CVPR workshop paper.
03/2023: A preprint of our HiLo paper for panoptic scene graph generation is now available.
03/2023: Our SliceMatch method for cross-view pose estimation was accepted at CVPR 2023.
11/2022: Our ICLR 2023 workshop proposal "Scene Representations for Autonomous Driving" was accepted.
11/2022: Holger becomes an ELLIS member.
11/2022: Awarded a TKI grant for 502k EUR, co-sponsored by Motional and the top sector High Tech Systems and Materials.
10/2022: Keynote at the "Workshop on Learning from Limited and Imperfect Data" at ECCV 2022 in Tel Aviv.
07/2022: One PhD position available. Update: Position closed!
05/2022: One paper published at the 2022 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).
04/2022: Started as Assistant Professor at TU Delft.