Christoph Schöller, M.Sc.

Christoph Schöller is a research scientist at fortiss and a PhD candidate at the Technical University of Munich. His main research interests is motion prediction in the context of intelligent infrastructure systems and autonomous driving. He obtained his Bachelor's degree from the Hochschule RheinMain and his Master's degree from Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, where he wrote his thesis about robotic object placements in the Autonomous Intelligent Systems group. After university, he joint NavVis as a software engineer for visual localization and navigation and then started to pursue his Phd at the Autonomous Systems group at fortiss.  At fortiss, he worked on the research projects Providentia and Providentia++ with the goal of building an intelligent infrastructure system on the highway A9 near Munich.

e-Mail: christoph.schoeller [at] tum.de

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Publications

2021

  • Annkathrin Krämmer, Christoph Schöller, Dhiraj Gulati, Venkatnarayanan Lakshminarasimhan, Franz Kurz, Dominik Rosenbaum, Claus Lenz, Alois Knoll: Providentia - A Large-Scale Sensor System for the Assistance of Autonomous Vehicles and Its Evaluation. arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.06789, 2021 mehr…
  • Christoph Schöller, Alois Knoll: FloMo: Tractable Motion Prediction with Normalizing Flows. arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.03614, 2021 mehr…

2020

  • Annkathrin Krämmer, Christoph Schöller, Franz Kurz, Dominik Rosenbaum, Alois Knoll: Vorausschauende Wahrnehmung für sicheres automatisiertes Fahren. Internationales Verkehrswesen, 2020 mehr…
  • Christoph Schöller, Vincent Aravantinos, Florian Lay and Alois Knoll: What the Constant Velocity Model Can Teach Us About Pedestrian Motion Prediction. Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L), 2020 mehr…

2019

  • Annkathrin Krämmer*, Christoph Schöller*, Dhiraj Gulati and Alois Knoll: Providentia - A Large Scale Sensing System for the Assistance of Autonomous Vehicles. Robotics: Science and Systems (RSS), Workshop on Scene and Situation Understanding for Autonomous Driving, 2019 mehr…
  • Christoph Schöller*, Maximilian Schnettler*, Annkathrin Krämmer, Gereon Hinz, Maida Bakovic, Müge Güzet and Alois Knoll: Targetless Rotational Auto-Calibration of Radar and Camera for Intelligent Transportation Systems. Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), 2019 mehr…