Luka Lukic

Group Lead Computer Vision Algorithms
Luka Lukic is the lead of the Computer Vision Algorithms Motion Analysis and Vision Geometry group at the Advanced engineering department at Hyundai Mobis RD Center Frankfurt. He received an M.Sc. in Mechatronics from the University of Novi Sad, and a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) and Instituto Superior Tecnico (IST) of the University of Lisbon (ULisboa). He has been a recipient of several awards, among them: Ph.D. Defense Passed With Distinction from IST (2015), Research fellowship for doctoral studies from the Portuguese Ministry of Science and Technology (2010-2015), Best graduated student in Mechatronics of the University of Novi Sad School of Engineering (2010), and Presidential Foundation "Dr. Milan Jelic" scholarship for undergraduate studies (2007-2010). He is currently working on the intersection of classical computer vision and machine learning for autonomous driving, namely: object detection and tracking, 3D vision, visual odometry, motion analysis, calibration, semantic segmentation, algorithm validation and automatic tuning.

Hyundai Mobis

From its beginnings under the name of Hyundai Precision Industry in 1977, MOBIS went on to become the world’s top container producer. After turning its focus to the automobile sector, in the 1990s MOBIS produced recreational vehicles like the Galloper and Santamo to create the “Galloper Legend”. 1990 MOBIS redesigned itself as an auto parts specialist. Hyundai Precision started to produce and supply chassis modules for Hyundai Motor and took the after-sales service parts businesses from both Hyundai and Kia motors in late 1999, and the company was renamed as MOBIS, kicking off the new millennium. 2000 was the year that MOBIS not only changed its name, but also became the biggest automotive parts company in charge of after-sales service parts distribution, auto parts export and module manufacturing. Against this backdrop, another adventure is awaiting MOBIS, as the company merged with Hyundai Autonet in 2009. The future technologies for automobiles need a systematic integration of both mechanical and electronic parts and MOBIS is now prepared to take on the future.

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