Philipp Krähenbühl

Assistant Professor
Philipp Krähenbühl received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University and then spent two years as a Postdoc at UC Berkeley. His research interests lie in Computer Vision, Machine learning and Computer Graphics. He is particularly interested in deep learning, as well as image segmentation and understanding.

Select Publications

Chao-Yuan Wu, Nayan Singhal and Philipp Krähenbühl. 2018. Video Compression through Image Interpolation.
Haoshuo Huang,Qixing Huang and Philipp Krähenbühl. 2018. Domain transfer through deep activation matching.
Chao-Yuan Wu,Manzil Zaheer, Hexiang Hu, R. Manmatha, Alexander J. Smola and Philipp Krähenbühl. 2018. Compressed Video Action Recognition.
Chao-Yuan Wu, R. Manmatha, Alexander J. Smola and Philipp Krähenbühl. 2017. Free Supervision from Video Games.
Jeff Donahue, Philipp Krähenbühl and Trevor Darrell. 2017. Adversarial Feature Learning.

Awards & Honors

2011 - NIPS Outstanding Student Paper Award
2010 - Member of Stanford’s Team at ACM ICPC World Finals
2005 - Silver Medal at International Olympiad in Informatics
2005 - First Place at Swiss Olympiad in Informatics
2005 - Silver Medal at Swiss Mathematics Olympiad
2004 - First Place at Swiss Olympiad in Informatics