Andreas Geiger


I am a professor of computer science heading the Autonomous Vision Group (AVG). My group is part of the University of Tübingen and the MPI for Intelligent Systems located in Tübingen, Germany.

I am interested in 3D scene understanding, reconstruction, motion estimation, generative modeling and sensori-motor control in the context of autonomous systems. My goal is to make artificial intelligent systems such as self-driving cars or household robots more autonomous, efficient, robust and safe.

On this website I maintain a list of news, publications and people I work with as well as links to older projects. More information can be found here:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Geiger
Autonomous Vision Group
Department of Computer Science, University of Tübingen
Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
Room S2.016 Tel: +49 7071 601 1830
Max-Planck-Ring 4 Email:
72076 Tübingen Website:

Assistant: Kerstin McGaughey
Room S1.014 Tel: +49 7071 601 1911
Max-Planck-Ring 4 Email:
72076 Tübingen Website:
The Autonomous Vision Group has several new openings for ERC and state-funded PhD students and PostDocs who like to join us in 2020 to work on cutting edge curiosity-driven research at the intersection of computer vision, machine learning and robotics. Research topics include (but are not limited to) generative models, differentiable rendering, image synthesis, self-supervised learning, 3D/4D reconstruction, material estimation, sensori-motor control and self-driving. If you are interested to join us as a PhD student, please apply to our international graduate school IMPRS (deadline: 6.11.2019). If you are interested to join as a PostDoc, please directly send your application materials via this link.


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