Christoph Stiller
Christoph Stiller

Chaired Professor, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany;

Co-Founder, Atlatec UG;

President, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (2012-2013);

Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine (2009-2011)


Christoph Stiller studied Electrical Engineering towards Diploma degree in Aachen, Germany and Trondheim, Norway. In 1988 he became a Scientific Assistant at Aachen University of Technology. After completion of his Dr.-Ing. degree (Ph.D.) in 1994 he spent a PostDoc year at INRS in Montreal, Canada. In 1995 he joined the Corporate Research and Advanced Development of Robert Bosch GmbH, Hildesheim, Germany. In 2001 he became chaired professor at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany. In 2010 he spent three months by invitation at CSIRO in Brisbane, Australia. In 2015 he spent a four month sabbatical with Bosch RTC and Stanford University in California.

Dr. Stiller served as President of the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (2012-2013) and was a Vice President before since 2006. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine (2009-2011) and as Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Image processing (1999-2003), for the IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2004-ongoing) and for the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine (2012-ongoing). His Autonomous Vehicle AnnieWAY has been Finalist in the Urban Challenge 2007, in the USA and Winner of the Grand Cooperative Driving Challenge 2011 in the Netherlands. Recently, he collaborated with Daimler on the automated Bertha-Benz-memorial-tour in 2013. He is co-founder of Atlatec UG, a start up company offering visual localization products for automotive applications.




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