Prof. Dr.-Ing. Philipp Slusallek

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Philipp Slusallek

Philipp Slusallek is Scientific Director at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), where he heads the research area “Agents and Simulated Reality” since 2008.

He is also Director for Research at the “Intel Visual Computing Institute”, a central research institute at Saarland University founded in 2009 in collaboration with Intel, DFKI, and the two local Max-Planck-Institutes.

At Saarland University he has been a professor for Computer Graphics since 1999 and a Principle Investigator at the German Excellence-Cluster on “Multimodal Computing and Interaction” since 2007.



Saarland University

Computer Graphics Lab & Intel Visual Computing Institute
Saarland Informatics Campus E1 1

+49 681 302 3831 (office) +49 681 302 3831 (secretary) +49 681 302 3843 (fax) Get Directions
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)

Agents and Simulated Reality
Saarland Informatics Campus D3 4

+49 681 85775 5377 (office) +49 681 85775 5276 (secretary) +49 691 85775 2235 (fax) Get Directions

Current Positions

Saarland University
Full professor for Computer Graphics
Since October 1999
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
Scientific Director
leading the research lab "Agents and Simulated Reality"
Since January 2008
Intel Visual Computing Institute of Saarland University
Director of Research
Since May 2009
Center for IT Security, Privacy, and Accountability (CISPA)
Principal Investigator
Since ——————
Cluster of Excellence in Multimodal Computing and Interaction (M2CI) at Saarland University
Principal Investigator
Since ——————
Center of Excellence in Computer Science at Saarland University
Founding Speaker
Since April 2004

Previous Positions

Nvidia Research
Visiting Professor
Santa Clara, US (2007/2008)
Saarland University
Dean of the Faculty
Mathematics and Computer Science
Computer Graphics Lab
Stanford University
Visiting Assistant Professor
Computer Graphics Group
University of Erlangen
Head of the Research Group
Physically-Based Rendering (The Vision Project)
Computer Graphics Group (GRIS) University of Tübingen
Santa Clara, US