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I am a professor for visual scene analysis at the University of Siegen, Germany. My main research interests include convex optimization, variational methods, compressed sensing, and multiscale methods - particularly Bregman iteration and inverse scale space flows - with applications in image processing and computer vision. Please visit my publication page to find out more about my research! 

In case you are a student from Siegen please visit my teaching page and feel free to contact me under michael(dot)moeller(at)uni-siegen(dot)de for possible topics for a bachelor or master thesis, or project group!


Short CV
 09.2016 -  W2-Professor for Visual Scene Analysis at the University of Siegen.

04.2015 - 08.2016 Postdoctoral researcher in the Computer Vision Group of Prof. Dr. Daniel Cremers (http://vision.in.tum.de/) at TUM
10.2014 - 03.2015Deputy professor (W2) for optimization and data analysis, Unit M15: Applied Numerical Analysis, Department of Mathematics, TUM
04.2014 - 09.2014 Postdoctoral researcher in the Computer Vision Group of Prof. Dr. Daniel Cremers (http://vision.in.tum.de/) at TUM
09.2012 - 03.2014  Researcher in the image science group at the Arnold & Richter Cine Technik GmbH & Co. Betriebs KG (ARRI, www.arri.com)
07.2012 Doctoral degree in applied mathematics from the University of Muenster under the mentorship of Prof. Dr. Martin Burger (Muenster) and Prof. Stanley Osher (UCLA)
10.2009 - 05.2010 and 05.2011 - 07.2012 Ph.D. student of mathematics at the University of Muenster
05.2010 - 05.2011 Visiting researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles, UCLA
06.2009 Diploma in applied mathematics at the University of Muenster 
03.2008 - 03.2009 Visiting researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles, UCLA