I was a post-doctoral fellow in the
Vision Group at the
California Institute of Technology until May 1997.
Currently I'm employed at Vision Technology Center of Autodesk, Inc.
I've have also been working with the
Visualization and Virtual Reality Group (FhG IGD-A4) and
ZGDV Computer Graphics Center,
as well as research staff in the
User Interaction and
Visualisation Group at
ECRC since October 1994.
Before that time I've been
a post doctoral researcher in Computer Vision at the
Robotics Group of the
University of California at Berkeley .
For further information check out my Education
and Employment Page, or pick my one-page
resume ( PostScript/ PDF),
or my four-page resume ( PostScript/ PDF).
Topics in this Page
Research and other Interests
Visual Tracking in Augmented Reality Applications
Model-Based Object Tracking in Road Traffic Scenes
Machine Vision Based Traffic Surveillance
Binocular Stereopsis for Vehicle Navigation
Collecting and Listening to Old Classical Records (the black ones)
Travel Photography (35mm is just OK)
Real-time Vision-Based Camera Tracking for Augmented Reality Applications.
- D. Koller, G. Klinker, E. Rose, D. Breen, R. Whitaker, M. Tuceryan.
In Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality
Software and Technology (VRST-97), Lausanne, Switzerland,
September 15-17, 1997, pp. 87-94.
Using Binocular Stereopsis for Vision-based Vehicle Control.
- D. Koller, Q.-T. Luong, J. Malik.
In Proc. of the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, pp. 237-242, Paris, France,
October 24-26, 1994.
Towards Robust Automatic Traffic Scene Analysis in Real-Time.
- D. Koller, J. Weber, T. Huang, J. Malik, G. Ogasawara, B. Rao,
and S. Russell.
In Proc. of the 12th Int'l Conference on Pattern Recognition, pp. 126-131,
Jerusalem, Israel, October 9-13, 1994
Robust Multiple Car Tracking with Occlusion Reasoning.
- D. Koller, J. Weber, J. Malik.
In Proc. Third European Conference on Computer
Vision, pp. 186-196, May 2-6, 1994, LNCS 800, Springer-Verlag, 1994.
Moving Object Recognition and Classification based on Recursive Shape
- D. Koller.
In Proc. 12th Israel Conference on Artificial Intelligence,
Computer Vision, pp. 359-368, Ramat Gan, Israel, December 27-28, 1993.
Model-Based Object Tracking in Monocular Image Sequences of Road Traffic
- D. Koller, K. Daniilidis, H.-H. Nagel.
International Journal of Computer Vision 10:3 (1993) 257--281.
Check out the detailed publications list
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