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Dariu Gavrila

Head of the Intelligent Vehicles Group
Dariu M. Gavrila received the PhD degree in computer science from the University of Maryland at College Park, USA, in 1996. From 1997 till 2016 he has been with Daimler R&D in Ulm, Germany, where he eventually became a Distinguished Scientist. In 2010, he was appointed professor at the University of Amsterdam, chairing the area of Intelligent Perception Systems (part-time). Since 2016 he heads the Intelligent Vehicles and Cognitive Robotics section at the TU Delft as a Full Professor. Over the past 15 years, Prof. Gavrila has focused on visual systems for detecting humans and their activity, with application to intelligent vehicles, smart surveillance and social robotics. He led the multi-year pedestrian detection research effort at Daimler, which was incorporated in the Mercedes-Benz S-, E-, and C-Class models (2013-2014). He is frequently cited in the scientific literature and received the I/O 2007 Award from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Application Award 2014. His personal Web site is www.gavrila.net.

TU DELF

Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands (TU Delft) is a modern university with a rich tradition. Its eight faculties and over 30 English-language Master programmes are at the forefront of technological development, contributing to scientific advancement in the interests of society. Ranked among the top universities of technology in Europe (#18, QS 2010) TU Delft’s excellent research and education standards are backed by outstanding facilities, research institutes and research schools. TU Delft maintains close links with (inter)national industry, a strategic alliance contributing to the relevance of its academic programmes and career prospects for its graduates. Society is our continuous incentive for research. We carry out research to find solutions for society’s present and future demands. Fundamental research is part of this, because we aim to find solutions for tomorrow’s problems. Health, energy, environment and infrastructures & mobility are today's major social issues. That's why TU Delft pays extra attention to developing solutions in these four domains.

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