Stefan Leutenegger is a Lecturer in the Dyson Robotics Lab, co-leading it with Prof. Andrew Davison. His research is centred around autonomous robot navigation. This includes localisation and mapping with a suite of sensors, most importantly cameras, to be processed efficiently to yield accurate results at real-time. In the past, he has mostly worked with Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), in order to allow them to fly autonomously and close to the ground. Stefan received a BSc and MSc in Mechanical Engineering from ETH Zurich in 2006, 2008, respectively, and a PhD in 2014, working at the Autonomous Systems Lab of ETH Zurich on “Unmanned Solar Airplanes: Design and Algorithms for Efficient and Robust Autonomous Operation”.
Talks I've Given
Real-time localisation and mapping for mobile robots
Featuring Stefan Leutenegger
Mobile robots have gained much popularity recently, with applications ranging from domestic settings to industrial inspection and autonomous driving. In order to accomplish any useful task, however, robots need dedicated sensing capabilities paired with suitable algorithms for localisation inside...exploration data deep-learning real-time-algorithms localisation mobile-robots