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wiki:research [2014/05/12 18:52]
Alessandro G
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Alessandro G
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 ===== Robotics ===== ===== Robotics =====
  
 +  * [[wiki:​forest | Perceiving real-world forest trails]] for autonomous navigation of micro aerial vehicles.
   * [[http://​www.idsia.ch/​~giusti/​perceivingpeople/​ | Kinect-based People Detection and Tracking]] for small-footprint mobile robots (includes downloadable software).   * [[http://​www.idsia.ch/​~giusti/​perceivingpeople/​ | Kinect-based People Detection and Tracking]] for small-footprint mobile robots (includes downloadable software).
   * [[wiki:​iros2014|Interactive Augmented Reality for Understanding and Analyzing Multi-Robot Systems]] (ongoing work).   * [[wiki:​iros2014|Interactive Augmented Reality for Understanding and Analyzing Multi-Robot Systems]] (ongoing work).
-  * Also see Gianni di Caro's [[http://​www.idsia.ch/​~gianni/​SwarmRobotics/​swarm_robotics.html|webpage]] (which is written in comic sans, you have been warned) on the topic of swarm robotics.+  * Also see Gianni di Caro's [[http://​www.idsia.ch/​~gianni/​SwarmRobotics/​swarm_robotics.html|webpage]] (which is written in comic sans, you have been warned) on the topic of swarm robotics. 
 ===== Efficient testing of Deep Neural Networks ===== ===== Efficient testing of Deep Neural Networks =====
-Convolutional Deep Neural Networks are surprisingly goodbut how to apply them quickly ​to every pixel of a large image (e.g. for segmentation/​detection)?​: here'​s ​ [[wiki:​fast_scanning|how]].+Convolutional Deep Neural Networks are surprisingly good for image segmentation and object detection tasks; ​but applying these networks ​to every patch of a large image is computationally expensive: here'​s ​our [[wiki:​fast_scanning|fast scanning]] algorithm which speeds this up by several orders of magnitude.
  
 ===== Distributed Algorithms for the Smart Grid ===== ===== Distributed Algorithms for the Smart Grid =====
-am actively involved in the swiss [[http://​www.s2g.ch|S2G]] project.+have been actively involved in the swiss [[http://​www.s2g.ch|S2G]] project ​and I am currently working on the [[http://​www.alpiq-intec.ch/​en/​energy-efficiency/​smart-technologies/​gridsense/​gridsense.jsp|GridSense]] technology.
  
 +[[wiki:​tsg|Supplementary material]] for our paper "​Restricted Neighborhood Communication Improves Decentralized Demand-Side Load Management",​ Transactions on Smart Grid, 2104.
  
 ====== Past research interests ====== ====== Past research interests ======
  
-===== Analysis and re-animation of motion-blurred objects ​===== +  * [[wiki:​motion_blur|Analysis and re-animation of motion-blurred objects]] was my main research topic during my PhD. An interesting problem which involves elegant, novel theories, and provides counterintuitive results. There are also various ​practical applications. 
-This was my main research topic during my PhD: this is an interesting problem which involves elegant, novel theories, and provides counterintuitive results. There are also cool practical applications. ​ [[wiki:motion_blur|Learn more]]. +  [[wiki:speedlines|Speedlines:​ Drawing Motion without Understanding It]], i.e. synthesizing ​comicbook-like ​speedlines on videos, with only low-level processing. 
- +  * [[wiki:canalsurfaces|3D Reconstruction of Canal Surfaces]] from a single perspective image
-===== Speedlines: Drawing Motion without Understanding It ===== +  ​* ​[[https://​es-static.fbk.eu/​people/​murphy/​scattering/​wakeup.html | Wakeup Scattering in Wireless Sensor Networks]].
-Synthesizing ​comicbook-like [[wiki:speedlines|speedlines]] on videos! +
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-===== Wakeup Scattering in Wireless Sensor Networks ===== +
-A work during my minor PhD thesis, with prof. Gian Pietro Picco and prof. Amy Murphy+
-[[https://​es-static.fbk.eu/​people/​murphy/​scattering/​wakeup.html | Learn more]].+