Maximilian Zipfl studied electrical engineering and information technology at Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences until 2019. During his master's studies, he dealt with the theoretical fundamentals of sensor technology Since August 2019, Maximilian Zipfl has been working as a research assistant at the FZI Research Center for Information Technology in the TKS department.
His research activities focus on the validation of autonomous driving. He is investigating the description of traffic scenes and traffic scenarios with regard to the context-related behavior of traffic participants.
Open HIWI Positions and Theses
Are you interested in finding a HIWI-Job and/or a BA-/MA-Thesis? Contact me for more information by sending a mail to zipfl∂fzi.de with the following information: CV, completed and upcoming university courses (grades), 1-2 sentences with your research interests. If you don't find any position that fit's your scope, feel free to send me an initiative application with a short description of your interest!
Open BA/MA Positions
Open Hiwi Positions
1. Postprocessing, Tracking and Labeling Assistant in the Context of the "Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg (TAF-BW)".