July 2012: Welcome to Robert Lukierski, another new PhD student in the group.
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[News Archive] July 2012: Congratulations to Hauke
July 2012: Congratulations to Hauke on the submission of his PhD thesis. Hauke will remain in the group until September.
[News Archive] April 2012: Jacek Zienkiewicz joined the group
April 2012: Jacek Zienkiewicz joined the group as a new PhD student. Welcome!
[News Archive] March 2012: A funded PhD studentship
March 2012: A funded PhD studentship is available in the Robot Vision Group to work on a project on 3D perception for a mobile robot in collaboration with a leading UK company. The project will build on all of our recent work on real-time monocular SLAM and reconstruction. See the full details here, and contact… Read more »
[News Archive] March 2012: Andrew Comport will give a talk
March 2012: Andrew Comport will give a talk on Large Scale Dense Localisation and Mapping in the Robot Vision Seminar Series on Thursday the 8th of March.
[News Archive] February 2012: a new visual SLAM software
February 2012: Recently, Hauke Strasdat, supported by other member of the group, released a new visual SLAM software.Scalable Visual SLAM (ScaViSLAM) using double window optimisation is available on github.
[News Archive] February 2012: The Robot Vision Group website is redesigned.
February 2012: The Robot Vision Group website is redesigned. Check out the new Video Tab.
[News Archive] January 2012: Well done to Gerardo Carrera
January 2012: Well done to Gerardo Carrera who did a great job and successfully passed his PhD viva; and good luck to him as he leaves the lab to return to Mexico.
[News Archive] December 2011: the best demonstration prize at ICCV 2011
December 2011: It’s just been announced that the best demonstration prize at ICCV 2011 has been awarded to Richard Newcombe, Steven Lovegrove and Andrew Davison for the DTAM: Dense Tracking and Mapping in Real-Time system.
[News Archive] December 2011: Big congratulations to Steve Lovegrove
December 2011: Big congratulations to Steve Lovegrove who just passed his PhD viva with flying colours!