M.Sc. Tom L. Koller

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Since July 2018, Tom Koller is a Ph.D. student of Prof. Udo Frese at the University of Bremen in the research group Multi-Sensor Interactive Systems.

He received his Master Degree in Systems Engineering in 2018 at the University of Bremen.

His current research interest is the fusion of knowledge about motion constraints with inertial sensors.


Tom Koller currently works in the project ZaVI, where he investigates the effect of fusing an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) with context knowledge.

His primary goal is to give mathematical insight in the observability of system states when knowledge is available.



The Interacting Multiple Model Filter on Boxplus Manifolds (MfI 2020)

The Interacting Model Filter on Boxplus Manifolds


State Estimation Solely based on Inertial Measurements and Prior Knowledge


Tom L. Koller

University of Bremen

Enrique-Schmidt-Str. 5

D-28359 Bremen

Email: <tkoller AT SPAMFREE uni-bremen DOT de>

Phone: +49 421-218-64202

Office: Cartesium 0.51