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Mr. Radim Tylecek

Research Associate

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Education/Academic qualification

2015Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Czech Technical University in Prague, Centre for Machine Perception
Probabilistic Models for Symmetric Object Detection in Images
2008Master of Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Representation of Geometric objects for 3D photography

Research Interests

Computer vision, 3D reconstruction, object detection, probabilistic modeling, Bayesian priors and inference

Biography

I am a Research Associate on the TrimBot project – we aim to design a gardening robot that uses cameras to navigate to bushes or hedges and trim them to the desired shape. I contribute to 3D visual data processing and mapping.

Prior to this I completed a PhD within the Center for Machine Perception at Czech Technical University in Prague. My postgraduate research focused on detection of regular structures and symmetric objects in images, for which we have constructed probabilistic models and employed both stochastic inference methods and machine learning.

I graduated from the Czech Technical University in Biomedical Engineering with my master thesis dealing with image-based reconstruction of 3D surface. We proposed a method based on depth map fusion and later complemented it with an accurate refinement method.

Research outputs

  1. Hybrid Multi-camera Visual Servoing to Moving Target

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

  2. The Second Workshop on 3D Reconstruction Meets Semantics: Challenge Results Discussion

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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