The paper on ocelli-based sensorimotor control on which I collaborated with the Harvard folks has now been published. Here’s the video we edited. This is some nice press coverage from The Scientist.
Research Scientist, Principal Investigator
Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Arlington, VA
NSF/NRI PI meeting
- Boston Python User Group
Talk about PyContracts
- MIT students: There is funding available for MIT PhD/MS students who want to work with me. (Note: except extraordinary circumstances, we do not bring in visiting students due to bureaucratic complications and fees)
- Cambridge/Boston colleagues: Come to the Summer Meetings on Joint Inference and Control during July-August. (Or attend remotely by Webex.)
2014-06-20 The robot fly was blind but now it sees
2014-06-01 Think fast, robot
2014-05-13 Source code for DVS experiments
With a fashionable delay of a few months after IROS, I refreshed the code and made reasonable installation docs for our event-based quadrotor localization method. Thanks to Sean Aubin (U.Waterloo) for politely pushing me to do it.
2014-03-17 ICRA 2014
I’ll be at NIPS—I will give a talk in the Advances in Machine Learning for Sensorimotor Control workshop (Monday) and a poster in the Machine Learning in Computational Biology workshop (Tuesday).
2013-11-22 “Eigen” branch of CSM
A belated announcement about the C(anonical) Scan Matcher:
the Github repository now contains a new branch called
This branch uses the Eigen library rather than GSL. This branch is the work of people working at U. Freiburg and Kuka. The main contributors are Christoph Sprunk and Rainer Kuemmerle.
Some recent work: Bootstrapping bilinear models of simple Vehicles
2013-11-18 Low-latency event-based visual odometry
Some recent work submitted to ICRA 2014: Low-Latency Event-Based Visual-Odometry (PDF)
Final version for a joint paper with Luca Carlone to appear in IEEE Transactions on Robotics: From Angular Manifolds to the Integer Lattice: Guaranteed Orientation Estimation with Application to Pose Graph Optimization (PDF)
2013-10-01 Bye bye sunny California
I moved from Caltech to MIT in October 2013. Bye bye sunny California!
The deadline rush: in the occasion of the 10th anniversary of my first deadline
Graduation ceremony in first person (Jun 2013)