Albert Schotschneider

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Albert Schotschneider studied computer science and autonomous systems at the Technical University of Darmstadt. Since 2021, he is a research assistant at the FZI Research Center for Information Technology Karlsruhe in the department for Technical Cognitive Systems. His research interests are performance assessment, misbehavior detection, and model-failure detection of driving components in autonomous driving using machine learning methods.

Open Hiwi Positions

Open Bachelor/Master Theses

  • AI-Based Approaches for Detecting Model Failures in V2X-Based Systems

  • Deep Learning-Based Methods for Detecting Model Failures Autonomous Driving

  • Analysis of Machine Learning Methods and Models for Threat Detection in V2X-Based Systems

Interested in another similar topic?

If you are interested in one of these topics (Safety-Validation, Model-Failure Detection) or have a similar topic in mind, don't hesitate to drop me an email with your CV and a few sentences, why you are a good fit!
Also, I offer Hiwi positions!


Maschinelles Lernen, Deep Learning