Priv.-Doz. Dr. Bernhard A. Moser

Scientific Head Knowledge Based Vision Systems
Telefon: +43 7236 3343 833
Fax: +43 7236 3343 888

Key researcher for computational intelligence and computer vision at the Software Competence Center Hagenberg, Austria (SCCH) and habilitated for Mathematics at Johannes Kepler University Linz. SCCH is a research and technology organization funded within the Austrian COMET program for Competence Centers of Excellent Technologies.

Main research interests are devoted to mathematical aspects of pattern recognition and signal processing with focus on non-standard similarity measures, as well as probability-based, kernel- and rule-based methods.


Scope of scientific work encompasses

  • Program Committee Member of 9th International Joint Conference on Computational Intelligence, IJCCI 2017
  • Program Committee Member and Special Session Organizer at EBCCSP 2015, 2016, 2017 (Int. Conf. on Event-Based Control, Communication and Signal Processing)
  • Program Chair of the Austrian Association for Pattern Recognition 2016, OAGM/AAPR.
  • Coordination of the Austrian IKTdZ project “Hyperion3D” on 3D film production (2013-2015).
  • Initiation and coordination of a fundamental research project funded by the Austrian Science Fund on Hermann Weyl’s discrepancy measure as image similarity (FWF P21496, 2010-2013).
  • Initiation and coordination of the European eraSME project “texQuality3D“on “High-performance quality inspection of industrial fabrics by 3D profile analysis” (June 2010 – June 2012).
  • Publications in top ranked journals, e.g., IEEE-TSP (Trans. on  Signal Processing),  IEEE-TPAMI (Trans. on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence), JLMR (Journal for Machine Learning Research), DCG (Discrete & Computational Geometry), EJC (Electronic Journal of Combinatorics)
  • Invited plenary talk at the 8th International Conference on Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications (FSTA) on “Kernels from a fuzzy perspective”, Liptovsky Jan, Slovakia, 2006.

 

Study and Employment

2013 now Scientific Head of Knowledge-Based Vision Systems and Research Coordinator at SCCH
2006 2013 Area Manager of Knowledge-Based Technology Area
2005 2006 Head of Computer Vision Group at SCCH
2001 2004 Cyberhouse GmbH / Software Engineering and Project Managment
1999 2001 PC Technik GmbH / Software Engineering and Project Managment
1994 1999 University of Linz / Research Assistant / Mathematics
1992 1993 University of Salzburg / Research Assistant / Computer Science
1991 1996 Doctoral study at Universities of Salzburg and Linz/ Fuzzy Logic
1986 1991 Study of Mathematics/University of Salzburg

Patents

  • ANR 1415 / 2008; IPC G01N, patent applied for detecting structural defects in patterns with high regularities like woven fabrics, P. Haslinger and B. Moser (inventors), 2008, accepted 2010.
  • ANR 1131 / 2008; IPC G01B, patent applied for an illumination technique for detecting defects on reflecting surfaces Wieser and B. Moser (inventors), 2008.

Selection of Reviewing 

  • IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, Journal of Electronic Imaging, Journal of Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Journal for Soft Computing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Journal of Mathematical and Computer Modelling, Journal of Applied Mathematics Letters, Journal of Information Science, Mathematical Reviews

Journal Publications

  • B. Moser: Similarity Measure for Image and Volumetric Data Based on Hermann Weyl’s Discrepancy Measure. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, DOI 10.1109/TPAMI.2009.50, in press.
  • B. Moser: On the compactness of admissible transformations of fuzzy partitions in terms of T-equivalence relations. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, vol. 160 (1), pp. 95-106, 2009.
  • B. Moser: On the T-Transitivity of Kernels. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, vol 157, pp. 1787-1796, 2006.
  • B. Moser: On Representing and Generating Kernels by Fuzzy Equivalence Relations. Journal of Machine Learning Research, MIT Press Cambridge, MA, USA, vol 7, 2603-2620, 2006.
  • B. Moser and M. Navara. Fuzzy Controllers with Conditionally Firing Rules. IEEE Trans. Fuzzy Systems, 10(3):340–348, 2002.
  • D. Tikk, I. Joó, L. T. Kóczy, P. Várlaki, B. Moser, and T. D. Gedeon. Stability of interpolative fuzzy KH-controllers. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 125:105–119, 2002.
  • B. Moser and R. Winkler. A relationship between equality relations and the T-redundancy of fuzzy partitions and its application to Sugeno controllers. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 114:455–467, 2000.
  • E. P. Klement, L. T. Kóczy and B. Moser. Are Fuzzy Systems Universal Approximators? Int. J. General Systems, 28(2–3):259–282, 1999.
  • B. Moser. Sugeno controllers with a bounded number of rules are nowhere dense. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 104(2):269–277, 1999.
  • B. Moser, E. Tsiporkova and E. P. Klement. Convex combinations in terms of triangular norms: A characterization of idempotent, bisymmetrical and self-dual compensatory operators. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 104:97–108, 1999.
  • E. P. Klement and B. Moser. On the T-redundancy of fuzzy partitions. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 85:195–201, 1997.

Theses

  • B. Moser. Diodorean modality of the linear time and the Minkowsky space-time. Master’s Thesis, Paris Lodron University Salzburg, October 1991
  • B. Moser. A new approach for representing control surfaces by fuzzy rule bases. PhD Thesis, Johannes Kepler University Linz, February 1996 (mentor Prof. E.P. Klement)

Theses

  • B. Moser. Diodorean modality of the linear time and the Minkowsky space-time. Master’s Thesis, Paris Lodron University Salzburg, October 1991.
  • B. Moser. A new approach for representing control surfaces by fuzzy rule bases. PhD Thesis, Johannes Kepler University Linz, February 1996 (mentor Prof. E. P. Klement).

Lectures

  • “3D Computer Vision from a Geometric Perspective”, WS 2010/11, University for Applied Sciences in Wels, Upper Austria 
  • “Fuzzy Logik”, WS 1994/95, Johannes Kepler University Linz 
  • “Ausgewählte Kapitel der Logik”, SS 1994, Paris Lodron University Salzburg

Membership of Commitees and Refereeing Activities

  • Co-Organisation of OAGM, Wels, 2016 (
  • PC Member of EBCCSP and Organisation of Special Session on “Mathematical Modeling of Event-based Sampling”, Krakow, Poland, 2015 and 2016
  • PC Member of QCAV, Lyon, France, 2011
  • Member of advisory board for tech2B (Austrian institution for start-up companies, Linz), since 2008.
  • PC Member of OAGM, Linz, 2008