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Ao.Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Markus Vincze

Automation and Control Institute
Gußhausstr. 27-29
1040 Vienna, Austria

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Education and Qualification

1983-1988   Study of mechanical engineering, Vienna University of Technology
11/1988   Graduation Dipl.-Ing. (equivalent to M.Sc.)
1984-1990   Study of computer science, Vienna University of Technology
1989-1990   Study of mechanical engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York
5/1990   M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering
1990-1993   Ph.D. study, Vienna University of Technology
4/1993   Dr. techn. degree.
1/2004   Habilitation in Robotics

Employment History

7/1988-8/1989   Research Assistant, Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Mechanics, Department of Control Theory
11/1990-1/1995   Research Assistant, Vienna University of Technology, Institut of Flexible Automation
2/1995-1/1998   Austrian Academy of Sciences: APART research grant
1995-1996   Guest researcher at HelpMate Robotics Inc., Danbury, USA
1996   Guest researcher at Yale University, New Haven, USA, "Center for Computational Vision and Control", Prof. Gregory D.Hager
2/1998-12/1998   Research Assistant, Vienna University of Technology, Institut of Flexible Automation
1/1999-2/2004   University Assistant, Vienna University of Technology, Automation and Control Institute
seit 3/2004   Professor (Ao. Prof.), Vienna University of Technology, Automation and Control Institute
2-7/2008   Sabbathical, FORTH - Foundation of Research and Technology Hellas, Computer Vision and Robotics Laboratory, Heraklion, Greece

Awards and Honors

2006   Best Paper Award, AAPR 2006, 30th Workshop of the Austrian Association for Pattern Recognition, Obergurgl (together with J. Prankl, W. Ponweiser, M. Zillich)
2002   Nomination for the Kayamori Best Paper Award ICRA 2002 International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Washington D.C. (together with A. Pichler, H. Andersen, O. Madsen, K. Häusler)
1995   Austrian Programme for Advanced Research and Technology APART grant of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
1992   Best paper award, JIRA-Award of the Japan Industrial Robot Association, Barcelona, for the best paper at the 23rd ISIR International Symposium of Industrial Robots Conference, Detroit, USA (together with J.P. Prenninger, H. Gander)

Scientific Service for Journals and Conferences

seit 2011   Board of euCogIII
seit 2010   Associate Editor IEEE/RSJ International Conferences on Intelligent Robots and Systems
2003-2009   President of OAGM/AAPR - Österreichische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Mustererkennung/Austrian Association for Pattern Recognition