Luca Carlone

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Luca Carlone

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****@mit.edu

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Assistant Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit.edu)
2017Present
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Roberto Tron
****@cis.jhu.edu
20112015
 
Coauthor
Davide Scaramuzza
****@mavt.ethz.ch
20112015
 
Coauthor
Han-pang Chiu
****@sarnoff.com
20112015
 
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Frank Dellaert
****@gmail.com
20112015
 
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Pablo Alcantarilla
****@crl.toshiba.co.uk
20112015
 
Coauthor
Christian Forster
****@ifi.uzh.ch
20112015
 
Coauthor
Frank Dellaert
****@cc.gatech.edu
20112015
 
Coauthor
Kostas Daniilidis
****@cis.upenn.edu
20112015
 
Coauthor
Pablo Alcantarilla
****@gmail.com
20112015
 
Coauthor
Davide Scaramuzza
****@ifi.uzh.ch
20112015
 
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Frank Dellaert
****@cc.gatech.edu
20112015
 
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Roberto Tron
****@seas.upenn.edu
20112015
 
Coauthor
John Leonard
****@mit.edu
20112015
 

Expertise

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SLAM
Present
 
3D registration
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robot vision
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optimization for 3D vision
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convex relaxations for robotics and vision
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