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|Info=Marc Zofka studierte zwischen 2007 und 2010 Information Engineering an der Universität Konstanz. Darauf aufbauend fokussierte er am Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) innerhalb des Master-Studiengangs Informatik in den Methoden der Signalverarbeitung und Künstlichen Intelligenz für autonome, mobile Systeme und schloss 2012 mit dem M.Sc. in Computer Science ab.<br>
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|Info=Marc Zofka studied Information Engineering at the University of Konstanz between 2007 and 2010. Later, he focused on methods of signal processing and artificial intelligence for autonomous, mobile systems within the master's program in computer science at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and graduated with an M.Sc. in Computer Science in 2012.<br>
  
<br>Zwischen 2013 und 2018 arbeitete er als wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Projektleiter in der Abteilung Technisch Kognitive Systeme (TKS) am FZI. Seit 2018 leitet er die Abteilung TKS innerhalb des Forschungsbereichs Intelligent Systems and Production Engineering (ISPE).<br>
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<br>Between 2013 and 2018, he worked as a research associate and project manager in the department for Technical Cognitive Systems (TCS) at FZI. Since 2018, he's head of the department TCS within the research division Intelligent Systems and Production Engineering (ISPE) at FZI.<br>
 
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=== Forschungsschwerpunkt ===
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=== Focus of research ===
Marc Zofka forscht an Absicherungsmethoden für automatisierte Mobilitätssysteme mittels Methoden der virtuellen und augmentierten Realität für Mensch und Maschine und publiziert in diesem Kontext auf weltweiten Konferenzen. Weiterhin engagiert er sich als Reviewer für internationale Fachkonferenzen, wie z.B. IEEE IV, IEEE ITSC sowie IEEE ICRA.<br>
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Marc Zofka researches validation and verification strategies and methods for Automated Driving using Virtual and Augmented Reality for humans as well as vehicles. The principle of VR and AR systems is adapted to the sensor technologies (LiDAR, camera, etc.) of Cutomated and Connected Vehicles (cars, shuttles, ...) and evaluated on the road in real traffic in the Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg.
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The research results are published at scientific conferences of the IEEE RAS and ITS chapters world-wide. Furthermore, he is involved as a reviewer for international conferences, such as IEEE IV, IEEE ITSC as well as IEEE ICRA and IROS.<br>
 
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=== Offene Hiwi-Stellen ===
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=== Open Hiwi Positions ===
Im Bereich der Absicherung hochautomatisierter Fahrzeuge und Shuttles mittels Methoden der Virtuellen und Augmentierten Realität sind zahlreiche Hiwi-Stellen offen. Bitte bewerben Sie sich bei Interesse direkt über die angegebenen Links:
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In the area of Virtual and Augmented Reality and distributed simulation systems, numerous Hiwi positions are open. Please use the links provided directly for your application.
  
 
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<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/567/Description/1 Integration von Teleoperations- und Telemanipulationsmethoden in ein autonomes Fahrzeug]</li>  
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<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/567/Description/1 Integration of teleoperation and telemanipulation methods into an autonomous vehicle]</li>  
<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/553/Description/1 Unterstützung in der Entwicklung von Testsuites für autonome Fahrfunktionen in C++ unter Ignition Gazebo und ROS]</li>
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<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/553/Description/1 Development of test suites for autonomous driving functions in C++ using Ignition Gazebo and ROS]</li>
<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/473/Description/1 Entwicklung von Car2X/V2X-Funktionen in ROS]  </li>
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<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/473/Description/1 Development of Car2X/V2X functions in ROS]  </li>
<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/307/Description/1 (Weiter-)Entwicklung einer Virtual und Augmented Reality Simulationsumgebung für autonomes Fahren] </li>
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<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/307/Description/1 Development of a Virtual Reality simulation environment for Autonomous Driving] </li>
<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/311/Description/1 Entwicklung einer mittels Car2X-vernetzten Virtual Reality Simulation für selbstfahrende Fahrzeuge] </li>
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<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/311/Description/1 Development of a V2X-based Virtual Reality simulation] </li>
<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/649/Description/1 Wissenschaftskommunikation im Bereich Automatisiertes und Vernetztes Fahren]</li>
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<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/649/Description/1 Scientific communication in the field of Automated and Connected Driving]</li>
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<li> [https://karriere.fzi.de/Vacancies/671/Description/1 Development of pedestrian behavior models for AD Testing]</li>
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You think simulation and real vehicles cannot be merged? In our experimental setup using real sensors and electronic control units (ECU) coupled by the Robot Operating System (ROS), we prove otherwise. If you are interested, contact me!
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=== Publications ===
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Publications are listed on [https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=oKqD4OQAAAAJ&hl=en Google Scholar].
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=== Connect me! ===
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[https://de.linkedin.com/in/marc-ren%C3%A9-zofka-058411203 LinkedIn]
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=== FZI Profile ===
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[https://www.fzi.de/team/marc-zofka/ FZI Profile]
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  • M.Sc. Marc René Zofka

  • FZI-Abteilungsleiter
  • Tel.:+49 721 9654-366
  • Email: zofka∂fzi de

Marc Zofka studied Information Engineering at the University of Konstanz between 2007 and 2010. Later, he focused on methods of signal processing and artificial intelligence for autonomous, mobile systems within the master's program in computer science at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and graduated with an M.Sc. in Computer Science in 2012.


Between 2013 and 2018, he worked as a research associate and project manager in the department for Technical Cognitive Systems (TCS) at FZI. Since 2018, he's head of the department TCS within the research division Intelligent Systems and Production Engineering (ISPE) at FZI.

Focus of research

Marc Zofka researches validation and verification strategies and methods for Automated Driving using Virtual and Augmented Reality for humans as well as vehicles. The principle of VR and AR systems is adapted to the sensor technologies (LiDAR, camera, etc.) of Cutomated and Connected Vehicles (cars, shuttles, ...) and evaluated on the road in real traffic in the Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg.


The research results are published at scientific conferences of the IEEE RAS and ITS chapters world-wide. Furthermore, he is involved as a reviewer for international conferences, such as IEEE IV, IEEE ITSC as well as IEEE ICRA and IROS.

Open Hiwi Positions

In the area of Virtual and Augmented Reality and distributed simulation systems, numerous Hiwi positions are open. Please use the links provided directly for your application.

  1. Integration of teleoperation and telemanipulation methods into an autonomous vehicle
  2. Development of test suites for autonomous driving functions in C++ using Ignition Gazebo and ROS
  3. Development of Car2X/V2X functions in ROS
  4. Development of a Virtual Reality simulation environment for Autonomous Driving
  5. Development of a V2X-based Virtual Reality simulation
  6. Scientific communication in the field of Automated and Connected Driving
  7. Development of pedestrian behavior models for AD Testing



You think simulation and real vehicles cannot be merged? In our experimental setup using real sensors and electronic control units (ECU) coupled by the Robot Operating System (ROS), we prove otherwise. If you are interested, contact me!



Publications

Publications are listed on Google Scholar.


Connect me!

LinkedIn


FZI Profile

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