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Stergios Roumeliotis - Vision-aided Inertial Navigation, Mobile Robot Navigation and Human-robot Coordination

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Stergios Roumeliotis

Dr. Roumeliotis is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include distributed estimation under processing and communication constraints, active sensing for reconfigurable networks of sensors, and vision-aided inertial navigation for space, aerial, and ground vehicles, as well as mobile devices. His projects include:

  • Collaborative Research: Human-robot Coordinated Manipulation and Transportation of Large Objects
  • Robust, Building Scale Odometry, Mapping, and Relocalization on a Mobile Platform. Google-ATAP, "Project Tango"
  • Robotics-Mobile Robot Navigation
  • A Robotic Network for Locating and Removing Invasive Carp from Inland Lakes
  • Control of Heterogeneous Autonomous Sensors for Situational Awareness
  • Distributed Estimation and Active Sensing with Mobile Robot Networks
  • Coupled Vision and Inertial Navigation for Pin Point Landing
  • Autonomous Stair Climbing
  • An Indoor Localization Aid for the Visually Impaired

Technologies available for licensing:
High-Precision Vehicle Navigation using Kalman Filter Algorithm
Navigation Aid for the Visually Impaired

Learn more about Dr. Roumeliotis and his research:
Faculty Page and Publications