Announcing our new Postdoc Research Fellow: Dr. Milad Ramezani
We are very thrilled to announce Dr. Milad Ramezani joined the Embodied AI team at the CSIRO Robotics and Autonomous Systems group as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Milad has studied computer vision and photogrammetry at K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Iran. Further, he carried out his PhD research in the field of localisation by means of GPS/IMU integration and visual-inertial odometry in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, University of Melbourne.
Immediately after his PhD, He joined the Dynamic Robot Systems Group in Oxford Robotics Institute (ORI), conducting his postdoctoral research under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Maurice Fallon. His research was focused on a robust and accurate localisation and mapping system, which can be deployable on various robotics platforms. He has made research contributions to 3D LiDAR SLAM, 3D reconstruction and visual and teach repeat techniques.
“I am envisaging that robots can learn how to make robust decisions in the context of “where am I, what’s around me and what should I do” the same as human beings in the near future, and CSIRO Embodied AI team can potentially pave the path toward this goal hence the reason I joined the team.” says Milad Ramezani