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At the CVPR 2018 Robust Vision Challenge, Daniel Maurer and Andrés Bruhn have been awarded the Runner-Up Award in the category Optical Flow for the algorithm published in

D. Maurer, A. Bruhn:
ProFlow: Learning to Predict Optical Flow.
In Proc. British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC).
BMVA Press, 2018.

At the 2017 Symposium on Computational Aesthetics, Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling, and Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering (EXPRESSIVE, co-located with SIGGRAPH), a best paper award has been assigned to the paper

K. Kurzhals, M. Stoll, A. Bruhn, D. Weiskopf:
FlowBrush: Optical Flow Art.
In H. Winnemoeller, L. Bartram (Eds.): Proc. Symposium on Computational Aesthetics, Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling, and Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering, ACM Digital Library, 2017.

At the 2014 European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV), Thomas Brox, Andrés Bruhn, Nils Papenberg, and Joachim Weickert have received the Koenderink Prize for Fundamental Contributions in Computer Vision. This test of time award was given for their ECCV 2004 paper

T. Brox, A. Bruhn, N. Papenberg, J. Weickert:
High accuracy optical flow estimation based on a theory for warping.
In T. Pajdla, J. Matas (Eds.): Computer Vision - ECCV 2004.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3024, Springer, Berlin, 25-36, 2004.

Until July 2017 it has been cited over 2000 times.

At the 2014 European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) an outstanding reviewer award was awarded to Andrés Bruhn for his work as programme committee member.

At the 2012 Annual Symposium of the German Pattern Recognition Society (DAGM) and the Austrian Pattern Recognition Society (OAGM), a paper award has been assigned to the paper

C. Schroers, H. Zimmer, L. Valgaerts, A. Bruhn, O. Demetz, J. Weickert:
Anistropic range image integration.
In A. Pinz, T. Pock, H. Bischof, F. Leberl (Eds): Pattern Recognition.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 7476, Springer, Berlin, 73-82, 2012.

At the 2011 International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) an outstanding reviewer award was awarded to Andrés Bruhn for his work as programme committee member.

At the 2010 Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV) an outstanding reviewer award was awarded to Andrés Bruhn for his work as programme committee member.

At the 2010 Annual Symposium of the German Pattern Recognition Society (DAGM), the best paper award (main prize) has been assigned to the paper

S. Grewenig, J. Weickert, A. Bruhn:
From box filtering to fast explicit diffusion.
In M. Goesele, S. Roth, A. Kuiper, B. Schiele, K. Schindler (Eds): Pattern Recognition.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 6376, Springer, Berlin, 533-542, 2010.

In total, 134 papers from 21 countries have been submitted.

Andrés Bruhn was nominated for his Ph.D. thesis as one of two national finalists for the Cor Baayen Award of the European Research Consortium for Informatics (ERCIM). This award is given each year to the most promising your researcher in computer science and mathematics in Europe.

The 2008 Summer Term Teaching Prize in Computer Science at Saarland University has been awarded to Andrés Bruhn for his lectures on

Correspondence Problems in Computer Vision.

At the 2008 European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) an outstanding reviewer award was awarded to Andrés Bruhn for his work as programme committee member.

The 2006 Dr. Eduard Martin Prize for outstanding scientific contributions during his Ph.D. thesis at Saarland University was awarded to Andrés Bruhn.

At the 2007 Annual Meeting of the German Computer Society (GI), the GI Dissertation Award for the best Ph.D. thesis in computer science in 2006 was awarded to Andrés Bruhn for his thesis

Variational Optic Flow Computation: Accurate Modelling and Efficient Numerics.

The prize is given by the German Computer Society (GI), the Swiss Computer Society (SI), the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) and the German Chapter of the ACM (GChACM). It constitutes the highest award for a Ph.D. thesis in computer science in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

At the 2006 Annual Symposium of the German Pattern Recognition Society (DAGM), the Olympus Prize was awarded to Andrés Bruhn for his outstanding work in the field of pattern recognition and image understanding. This prize constitutes the highest award given by the DAGM.

At the 2005 Annual Symposium of the German Pattern Recognition Society (DAGM), a paper award has been assigned to the paper

N. Slesareva, A. Bruhn, J. Weickert:
Optic flow goes stereo:
A variational method for estimating discontinuity-preserving dense disparity maps.

In W. Kropatsch, R. Sablatnig, A. Hanbury (Eds): Pattern Recognition.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3663, Springer, Berlin, 33-40, 2005.

This prize is awarded for the best contribution at the Eighth European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV 2004). It is regarded as the highest European computer vision award. From a total of 555 manuscripts submitted to the conference, the following paper has been selected:

T. Brox, A. Bruhn, N. Papenberg, J. Weickert:
High accuracy optical flow estimation based on a theory for warping.
In T. Pajdla, J. Matas (Eds.): Computer Vision - ECCV 2004.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3024, Springer, Berlin, 25-36, 2004.

At the 2002 Annual Symposium of the German Pattern Recognition Society (DAGM), a paper award has been assigned to the paper

A. Bruhn, J. Weickert, C. Schnörr:
Combining the advantages of local and global optic flow methods.
In L. Van Gool (Ed.): Pattern Recognition.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 2449, Springer, Berlin, 454-462, 2002.

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