Prof. Dr. Anestis Terzis

University of Applied Science Ulm

Professor Dr Anestis Terzis is the head of the Automotive Electronics study course at Ulm University of Applied Sciences in Germany and the coordinator of the university's International Electrical Engineering Program (IEEP). His professorship is for Digital Systems Design in lectures and research. His primary research field is advanced camera-based driver assistance systems. Prior to this, he was with Daimler AG for ten years and worked in the 'Group Research & Mercedes-Benz Cars Development,' with a main focus on future advanced driver assistance systems. Anestis Terzis received his diploma in Communications Engineering from Ulm University of Applied Sciences and his doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. He is one of the authors of the ISO 16505 content and an expert member of the standardization and regulation committees in the field of camera monitor systems. He was also an expert member of the working group ISO/TC 22/SC 17/SC 3 'Road vehicles ? Video communication interface for cameras' (ISO 17215). He is the editor of the 'Handbook of Camera Monitor Systems ? The Automotive Mirror-Replacement Technology based on ISO 16505' published by Springer.