Karel Zimmermann received his PhD degree in cybernetics from the Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, in 2008. He worked as postdoctoral re-searcher with the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (2008-2009). Since 2009 he has been a postdoctoral researcher at the Czech Technical University. He serves as a reviewer for major journals such as TPAMI or IJCV and conferences such as CVPR and ICCV. He received the best reviewer award at CVPR 2011 and the CSKI prize for the best PhD work in 2008. He was also with the Technological Education Institute of Crete (2001), with the Technical University of Delft (2002), with the University of Surrey (2006). His current research interests include learnable methods for tracking, detection and robotics.
Address:CVUT-FEL, E120, Karlovo nam. 13, Praha 2
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  • EU FP7 Investigator (2010-2013) NIFTI (EU FP7-ICT-247870)
    Natural human-robot cooperation in dynamic environments
  • EU FP7 Investigator(2014-2017) TRADR (EU FP7-ICT-609763)
    Long-Term Human-Robot Teaming for Robot-Assisted Disaster Response
  • GACR Principal investigator (2011-2013) GACR P103/11/P700
    Tracking and Detection by the optimal sequence of linear predictors.
  • GACR Principal investigator (2014-2016) GACR 14-13876S
    Perception methods for long-term autonomy of mobile robots.
  • IBBT Principal investigator (2009-2010) Flemish IBBT-URBAN
    Traffic sign detection and localization from a mobile platform
  • GACAS Investigator (2004-2008) MultiCam (1ET101210407)
    3D tracking with incrementally constructed model

[1] M. Pecka, K. Zimmermann, M. Reinsten, and T. Svoboda. Controlling Robot Morphology from Incomplete Measurements. In IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics
TIE (IF=6.5) <, accepted May 2016. [pdf (before proof read), IEEE Xplore]
[2] K.Zimmermann, D.Hurych, T.Svoboda Non-Rigid Object Detection with Local Interleaved Sequential Alignment (LISA),
TPAMI (IF=5), 2014. [pdf]
[3] K.Zimmermann, J.Matas, T.Svoboda Tracking by an Optimal Sequence of Linear Predictors,
TPAMI (IF=5), 2009. [pdf]
[4] K.Zimmermann, T.Svoboda, J.Matas Anytime learning for the NoSLLiP tracker,
IVC (IF=2) Image and Vision Computing, 2009. [pdf]

[1] K. Zimmermann, P. Zuzanek, M. Reinstein, T. Petricek, V. Hlavac, Adaptive Traversability of Partially Occluded Obstacles, ICRA, 2015[pdf]
[1] K.Zimmermann, P.Zuzanek, M.Reinstein, V.Hlavac Adaptive Traversability of Unknown Complex Terrain with Obstacles for Mobile Robots,
ICRA, 2014[pdf]
[2] K.Zimmermann, T. Svoboda, J. Matas, Multiview 3D Tracking with an Incrementally Constructed 3D Model,
3DPVT Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization and Transmission, 2006. [pdf]
[3] J. Matas, K.Zimmermann Unconstrained licence plate and text localization and recognition,
ITS, Intelligent Transportation Systems, 2005 [pdf]

2008-2009: PostDoc at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, ESAT-PSI/VISICS (Belgium)
2006 (February-May): University of Surrey, Centre for Vision & Speech Signal Processing (UK)
2002 (June-August): Technical university of Delft (Netherland) - Fundatie van de vrijvrouwe van renswoude te delft
2001 (March-June): TEI (Technological Education Institute of Crete). Department of Computers and Multimedia. Socrates/Erasmus student.

2004-2008:PhD.Student at the Czech Technical University CTU-FEL (specialization: biocybernetic and artificial intelligence.) PhD defended Nov 7, 2008
1998-2004:Graduate at the Czech Technical University CTU-FEL (specialization: cybernetics and measurements.)
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