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Peidong

Peidong Liu 刘沛东 CV

ETH Zürich
Universitätstrasse 6
CH-8092 Zürich

Department of Computer Science
Computer Vision and Geometry Group
CAB G 84.2

+41 (0)44 63 39 386
peidong.liu@inf.ethz.ch

News

  • June 2017: we have a paper on direct visual odometry accepted by IROS 2017 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

About Me

I'm a PhD student from the Computer Vision and Geometry Group, ETH Zürich. My supervisor is Prof. Marc Pollefeys. I also work closely with Prof. Dr. Andreas Geiger, Dr. Torsten Sattler and Dr. Lionel Heng.

Prior joining CVG in September 2015, I was part of the Unmanned Systems Research Group from the National University of Singapore (NUS), where I obtained both my master and bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering.

Reseach Interests

I am interested in developing novel visual perception algorithms for mobile robots. In particular, my current research mainly focuses on developing robust visual localization and mapping algorithms to help mobile robots know where they are and what surround them.

If you are interested in my research, you are mostly welcome to do your master or semester project with me!

Finished Master Theses

  • Andrei Barsan, "Robust Dense Mapping for Large-Scale Dynamic Environments", Feb 2017 - Aug 2017, now PhD student in University of Toronto
  • Xinyuan Yu, "Stereo Camera Based Large-Scale Semantic Mapping", Dec 2016 - Jun 2017, now Research Intern in Robotic Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

Publications

You can find more details from my google scholar page.
  1. A. Barsan, P. Liu, M. Pollefeys and A. Geiger, "Robust Dense Mapping for Large-Scale Dynamic Environments", submitted to ICRA, 2018. [PDF][Video][project-page]
  2. P. Liu, L. Heng, T. Sattler, A. Geiger and M. Pollefeys, "Direct Visual Odometry for a Fisheye-Stereo Camera", IROS, Vancouver, Canada, 2017. [PDF][Video]

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