If you ask Daniel Cremers, physicist by training and computer vision researcher by occupation, about his favorite word, he would pick “passion”. His passion drives him to try to understand the world better and to teach computers to do the same.
He is fascinated and inspired by open challenges and enjoys working with his fellow researchers and students to solve them.
His zeal for computer vision research has made him one of the most eminent researchers in the field as well as a pioneer in new algorithms for 3D computer vision. His work includes more accurate methods for camera-based reconstruction, more robust tracking approaches for moving cameras and novel ways of understanding 3D shapes.