Margarita ChliVision for Robotics Lab
IRIS, D-MAVT, ETH Zurich
I am SNF Assistant Professor of Vision for Robotics at ETH Zurich, Switzerland and an Honorary Fellow of the University of Edinburgh in the UK, leading the Vision for Robotics Lab. Previously, I was a Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer at the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, and before that, I was at the Autonomous Systems Lab (ASL) of ETH Zurich, where I held the post of Deputy Director, Senior Researcher and Lecturer between 2010-2013.
My research interest is in Computer Vision for Robotics, focusing on real-time perception for micro-aerial vehicles and I have had the pleasure of working with some brilliant students and researchers in this area, leading the scientific activities in the following European projects:
AEROWORKS, investigating the technologies to enable collaboration of multiple small aircraft equipt with manipulators for the purpose of
SHERPA, aiming at developing a robotic team to aid alpine search and rescue,
myCopter, researching the technologies necessary for automating personal aerial transportation,
I am teaching part of the Autonomous Mobile Robotics Masters course, while I am also supervising Masters and Bachelors projects.
More details about my work here.
June 2015 - I have been appointed SNF Assitant Professor in Vision for Robotics at ETH Zurich and together with my whole team, we have relocated to Zurich!
December 2014 - Two PhD studentships are available immediately as part of the AEROWORKS EU project.
November 2014 - Lucas Teixeira is now a PhD student at the Vision for Robotics Lab, working on visual perception for small aircraft.
November 2014 - Dragos Stanciu has joined my group as a PhD student to investigate the applicability of DVS sensing in robot navigation.
July 2014 - Shuji Oishi from Kyushu University, Japan is visiting my group to work on scene reconstruction.
May 2014 - Check out the new openining for a PhD student at the Vision for Robotics Lab.
May 2014 - Andreas Jäger from ETH Zurich is visiting my group to work on 3D reconstruction.
April 2014 - Elena Stumm from LAAS-CNRS is visiting my group to work on Place recognition.
February 2014 - Following great effort from all lecturers involved and the ETH Zurich production team, our Autonomous Mobile Robot course has been turned into a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) running for the first time this year with over 14'000 participants! Feel free to try it out yourself here.