40 min

Prof. Dr. Daniel Cremers (Head of the Chair of Computer Vision & Artificial Intelligence at the Technical University of Munich‪)‬ Fulbright PULSE

    • Gesellschaft und Kultur

In this episode, we hear from Prof. Daniel Cremers, Head of the Chair of Computer Vision & Artificial Intelligence at the Technical University of Munich and one of the most renowned scientists in his field.
We talk about what drives him as a researcher and we hear what inspires his work. He has received numerous grants and prizes, incl. the renowned Leibniz Prize as the highest German scientific awards and multiple 7-figure European Research Council grants. 
We also talk about his start-up, artisense.ai, and technology start-ups in general.
His personal path includes education and research in Virgina, Indiana, New York, Heidelberg, Berlin, Mannheim, Los Angeles, Princeton, Bonn, Cambridge and Munich, and in this interview, we cover some these stages and decisions in his career including his experience with Fulbright in 1994 and 1995 in Indiana and New York, his time as a highly recognized post-doctoral researcher at UCLA, and as a researcher in industry at Siemens Corporate Research. 
Interviewed by Mohamed Kari (mkari.de).

In this episode, we hear from Prof. Daniel Cremers, Head of the Chair of Computer Vision & Artificial Intelligence at the Technical University of Munich and one of the most renowned scientists in his field.
We talk about what drives him as a researcher and we hear what inspires his work. He has received numerous grants and prizes, incl. the renowned Leibniz Prize as the highest German scientific awards and multiple 7-figure European Research Council grants. 
We also talk about his start-up, artisense.ai, and technology start-ups in general.
His personal path includes education and research in Virgina, Indiana, New York, Heidelberg, Berlin, Mannheim, Los Angeles, Princeton, Bonn, Cambridge and Munich, and in this interview, we cover some these stages and decisions in his career including his experience with Fulbright in 1994 and 1995 in Indiana and New York, his time as a highly recognized post-doctoral researcher at UCLA, and as a researcher in industry at Siemens Corporate Research. 
Interviewed by Mohamed Kari (mkari.de).

40 min

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