Prof. Dr.-Ing. Cristóbal Curio

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Cristóbal Curio
Cristóbal Curio, Prof. Dr.-Ing.

The field of cognitive systems develops applications based on Computer-Vision, Machine-Learning and Computer-Graphics in combination with methods for modeling human cognitive rocesses. Highly controllable and realistic settings, real-world sensor data and simulations, offer the opportunity for advanced experiments and at the same time a framework to design and optimize processes in Human-Machine-Interfaces. The approach ultimately opens a new window to modern industries such as entertainment computing, communication systems (information transfer, multimedia), and individual assistance systems (medical assistance, transportation, autonomous driving, safety aspects).

 

I am affiliated with the Herman Hollerith Zentrum (Böblingen / Reutlingen). I am currently teaching courses in cognitive systems and image processing within the Computer Science Masters-Program Human-Centered Computing. Further, my research contributes to the research group CaMed (Computer Assisted Medicine).

 

NEWS: Workshop at IEEE ITSC Conference 2015

"Interaction of Automated Vehicles with other Traffic Participants"

organized together with Prof. Christoph Stiller (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, KIT)

Detailed information:

www.itsc2015.org/tutorials-workshops

 

 

cogsys.reutlingen-university.de

Gebäude 9
Raum 227

Tel. +49 7121 271 4005

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Gebäude 9 , Raum 227

Tel. +49 7121 271 4005
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Forschungsgruppe Cognitive Systems

https://cogsys.reutlingen-university.de

 

Lehrgebiete

  • Cognitive Systems
  • Human-Centered Information Processing
  • Perceiving Systems

 

Publikationen

Selected publications:

Borchers S, Martin D, Mieskes S, Rieger S, Curio C, Fäßler V (2015) Towards Audio-Based Distraction Estimation in the Car, In proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Advanced Cognitive Technologies and Applications (Cognitive 2015). IARIA, ISBN: 978-1-61208-390-2, pp. 187-190.

de la Rosa S, Choudery R, Curio C, Ullman S, Assif L und Bülthoff HH (2014) Visual categorization of social interactions. Visual Cognition, Vol. 22, Iss. 9-10, 2014

de la Rosa S, Streuber S, Giese MA, Bülthoff HH und Curio C  (2014) Putting Actions in Context: Visual Action Adaptation Aftereffects Are Modulated by Social Contexts PLoS ONE 9(1) 1-10.

Engel D und Curio C  (2013) Detectability Prediction for Increased Scene Awareness. IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine 5(4) 146-157.

Breidt M, Bülthoff HH und Curio C (2013) Accurate and marker-less head tracking using depth sensors. In: Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics 2013, 11th Conference on Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics (TP.CG.2013), Eurographics Association, Aire-la-Ville, Switzerland, 41-48.

Herdtweck C und Curio C (2013) Monocular Car Viewpoint Estimation with Circular Regression Forests. IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV 2013), IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 403-410.

Herdtweck C und Curio C (2012) Monocular Heading Estimation in Non-stationary Urban Environment. IEEE International Conference on Multisensor Fusion and Information Integration (MFI 2012), IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 244-250.

Curio C, Bülthoff HH, Giese MA und Poggio TA (2010) Dynamic Faces: Insights from Experiments and Computation, 288, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA. ISBN: 978-0-262-01453-3.

Bücher T, Curio C, Edelbrunner J, Igel C, Kastrup D, Leefken I, Lorenz G, Steinhage A und von Seelen W (2003) Image Processing and Behaviour Planning for Intelligent Vehicles. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 90(1) 62-75.

Curio C, Edelbrunner J, Kalinke T, Tzomakas C und von Seelen W (2000) Walking Pedestrian Recognition. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 1(3) 155-163.

Engel D, Herdtweck C, Browatzki B und Curio C (2011) Image Retrieval with Semantic Sketches In: Human-Computer Interaction: INTERACT 2011, 13th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Springer, Berlin, Germany, 412-425.

Curio C und Giese M (2005) Combining View-based and Model-based Tracking of Articulated Human Movements. IEEE Computer Society Workshop on Motion and Vision Computing (MOTION 2005), IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, CA, USA, 261-268.

von Seelen W, Curio C, Gayko J, Handmann U und Kalinke T (2000) Scene analysis and organization of behavior in driver assistance systems. IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2000), IEEE Operations Center, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 524-527.

Vogt M, Curio C, Er­mert H, el Gamm­al S, Kas­par K, Hoff­mann K, Stü­cker M, Alt­mey­er P (1999) Kom­bi­nier­te Er­fas­sung von axia­lem und trans­ver­sa­lem Blut­fluß mit einem 50 MHz-Ul­tra­schall-B-Bild-Sys­tem für die Der­ma­to­lo­gie. - Zeit­schrift für Me­di­zi­ni­sche Phy­sik, Nr. 1, S. 30-36.

Recent Talks:

Curio C (May-05-2014) Invited Lecture: Perceptual Driver Assistance through Human-Centered Visual Modeling, Marcus Evans, Autonomous Driving Technology Conference, Wiesbaden.

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