Bernhard Jaeger

University of Tübingen, IMPRS-IS

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I am a PhD student at the university of Tübingen, where I am part of the Autonomous Vision Group led by Prof. Andreas Geiger. I am part of the International Max Plank Research School for Intelligent Systems.

Research: I am currently interested in solving the problem of autonomous driving. My work currently focuses on end-to-end driving approaches. I like to think about autonomous driving from a holistic perspective and evaluate entire systems closed-loop.

Biography: I studied B.Sc. Informatics: Games Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. Following that I worked for 1 year as a software developer at FERCHAU where I developed the graphics software for a digital light technology. Afterwards I did a M.Sc. in Computer Science at the University of Tübingen. I started my PhD at the Autonomous Vision Group in April 2022.

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news

Aug 27, 2022 Our paper TransFuser: Imitation with Transformer-Based Sensor Fusion for Autonomous Driving was accepted to the IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence.
Apr 1, 2022 I joined the University of Tübingen as a PhD student.
Nov 22, 2021 Our team placed 2nd in the NeurIPS 2021 CARLA Autonomous Driving Challenge.

selected publications

  1. TransFuser: Imitation with Transformer-Based Sensor Fusion for Autonomous Driving
    IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis & Machine Intelligence 2022