Engineering Manager & Robotics Team Lead at Algolux
Computer Vision Researcher at Algolux
Munich, Germany / Montreal, Canada
Senior Software Engineer at TomTom
Amsterdam / Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Graduate Student Researcher at DFKI
Student Software Engineer at Rovsing
I work at the intersection of mobile robotics and machine learning, and specialize in applications within autonomous driving.
I'm currently a Staff Machine Learning Engineer and serve as a lead architect for all ML-based prediction & planning software at Torc Robotics,
which makes self-driving trucks and is a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks, the world's larget truck manufacturer.
I've published two papers within autonomous driving at top AI conferences: one at CVPR 2023
on multimodal automotive scene understanding using sound to augment vision
and another at ICLR 2022
(spotlight paper; 176 selected of 3391)
on interaction-aware motion prediction of traffic.
I have a master's in electrical engineering, robotics, and machine learning from Technical University of Denmark, Nanyang Technological University, and the German Research Center for Artificial Inteligence. My master's thesis focuses on autonomous navigation of a rover in featureless extraterrestrial environments like that on Mars using just a Lidar sensor. It was concluded in August 2016 at DFKI in Bremen, Germany.