Homepage of Thomas Deselaers
Welcome to the homepage of Thomas Deselaers.
Currently I am a research and teaching assistant and PhD-student at the Human Language Technology and Pattern Recognition Group of the RWTH Aachen University.
The main research topics of the chair are
- Pattern Recognition
- Natural Language Processing
- Image Processing
My personal research interests are content-based image
retrieval, complex-scene recognition, image object
recognition, and pattern recognition.
I am developer of the content-based image retrieval system.
More detailed information on the current topics in our computer vision and pattern recognition group is available here.
Tel.: +49 241 80 21613
Thomas Deselaers received the Dipl. degree in computer science (with honors) in 2004 from RWTH Aachen University, Germany. Since March 2004 he has been a Research Assistant and PhD student with the Department of Computer Science of the RWTH Aachen University, where he has been head of the image processing and understanding group at the Human Language Technology and Pattern Recognition Chair since 2005. In 2002 he was a visiting student researcher at the Instituto Tecnológico de Informática at the Unversidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain and a research intern at Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK in 2006. Thomas is vice chair of the IAPR technical committee 5 and Co-organizer of the ImageCLEF image retrieval evaluation. His research interests are object classification and detection in complex scenes, content-based image retrieval, and pattern recognition.
2008-03-08 Our Video Zooming paper was accepted at CVPR 2008
2007-09-25 ImageCLEF has a new home.
2007-08-31 Our paper on Speech Recognition Techniques for a Sign Language Recognition System received the ISCA Award for the best student paper of Interspeech 2007.older news
Last modified: Thu Mar 6 14:11:25 CET 2008