We won the Amazon Robotics Challenge 2017! ­čĆć
More info here: http://Juxi.net/projects/arc (Press: BBC, MIT TechReview)

We are hiring!

Join us at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision as part of our team at QUT in Brisbane, solving real world problems using robotic and computer vision technologies. Five postdoctoral positions available, more info: https://www.roboticvision.org/working-with-us/jobs/

Student Projects

We are looking for excited undergraduate students to join us here in Brisbane, performing world-class research with real world implications! If you are interested in robotics, computer vision or machine learning check out our current research and get in contact with me! Contact me if you are interested!
Google Brain and we at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision are organising an IJCV Special Issue on "Deep Learning for Robotic Vision" following our RSS and CVPR workshops in 2017.
Researcher at the Australian Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision (ACRV). My research focus is on integrating Robotics, Computer Vision and Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence (AI) for robust grasping and manipulation in real-world scenarios. I started Brisbane.AI and the brisbane robotics interest group.
Before joining the ACRV node in Peter Corke's lab at QUT I worked at the IDSIA Robotics Lab and received a PhD from the Università della Svizzera Italiana (USI) for my work on robotic learning for visual perception and actions on the iCub humanoid. Previously I worked on Space Security and AI at the Advanced Concepts Team of the European Space Agency. I studied Space Robotics in a Joint European Master Programme (SpaceMaster) at Aalto (TKK) and the Kiruna Space Campus (LTU). Most of my work has been published in (Space) Robotics, ML and AI conferences.

News and Current Projects

ACRV wins Amazon Robotics Challenge!

Team ACRV (Australian Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision) won the 2017 Robotics Challenge held in Nagoya! Cartman outperformed 15 other teams to win us 80000 USD prize money! ­čĆć
More information here!

Australian Centre of Robotic Vision

The Australian Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision will play a key role in developing the underlying science and technologies that will enable robots to see, to understand their environment using the sense of vision, and to perform useful tasks in the complex, unstructured and dynamically changing environments in which we live and work.

icVision - Robotic Vision Framework

icVision is an easy-to-use, modular framework performing computer vision related tasks in support of cognitive robotics research on the iCub humanoid robot. The system currently allows object recognition, identification and localisation. One of the main design goals is to allow rapid ...

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