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PhD - Data-driven Self-Assessment for Multimodal Perception in Automated Driving 27.03.2024 Bosch-Gruppe Renningen
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PhD - Data-driven Self-Assessment for Multimodal Perception in Automated Driving
Aktualität: 27.03.2024


27.03.2024, Bosch-Gruppe
PhD - Data-driven Self-Assessment for Multimodal Perception in Automated Driving
Data-driven methods are ubiquitous in today's autonomous systems. An important task of environmental perception is the detection, classification, and tracking of relevant objects in the scene. We are particularly interested in environment perception using point cloud like data (e.g. lidar) in combination with video. Today's perception algorithms are based on deep neural networks and usually are trained to equally weight errors for each object in a scene, independent of its potential effects on the driving task. However, in reality there are objects which are more and less relevant. As a result, the trained network which is considered to perform best according to the metrics, not necessarily is the best one to be deployed. The goal of this research is to 1) develop new ways of assessing the relevance for all parts of the scene, 2) and assessing the current perception performance within these regions. In particular connecting the concepts of relevance and self-assessment to improve the correlation of training metrics and real-world performance will be the main focus. You develop novel machine learning approaches for object detection and tracking based on self-supervision techniques. Furthermore, you evaluate your algorithms on public benchmark data sets and internal real-world data sets - offline and online. You contribute to the scientific community with publications on top machine learning and robotics conferences and journals (NIPS, ICML, ICLR, CVPR, ICCV, IROS or ICRA). Take on responsibility and work in an agile and diverse research team with other PhD students and with exchange across several research projects. Please submit all relevant documents (incl. curriculum vitae, motivation letter, and certificates). Social counselling and intermediary service for care services Discounts for employees
Your profile Education: degree (Master/Diploma) in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics or related field with excellent academic achievements Experience and Knowledge: profound knowledge of machine learning algorithms and principles, preferably deep learning and proven programming skills in Python Personality and Working Practice: open-minded team player who is goal-oriented and logical thinking Languages: fluent in English (written and spoken), German is a plus