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BOOKS


PHD THESIS
  • Scaramuzza, D. Omnidirectional Vision: from Calibration to Robot Motion Estimation, ETH Zurich. Thesis no. 17635. Thesis advisor: Prof. Roland Siegwart. Committee members: Prof. Patrick Rives (INRIA Sophia Antipolis), Prof. Luc Van Gool (ETH Zurich). Chair: Prof. Lino Guzzella (ETH Zurich), Zurich, February 22, 2008.
    This thesis was awarded the Robotdalen Scientific Award, the most prestigious award for PhD theses in the field of robotics and automation (Robotdalen).

JOURNALS

BOOK CHAPTERS
  • Scaramuzza, D., Omnidirectional Camera, in Computer Vision: A Reference Guide, Editor: Katsushi Ikeuchi, ISBN: 978-0-387-30771-8 (Print) 978-0-387-31439-6 (Online), Springer, April, 2014. Springer Website

PEER-REVIEWED PROCEEDINGS

  • A. Majdik, D. Verda, Y. Albers-Schoenberg, D. Scaramuzza, Micro Air Vehicle Localization and Position Tracking from Textured 3D Cadastral Models, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2014


WORKSHOPS
  • Scaramuzza, D., Omnidirectional Vision: Calibration, Motion Estimation, and Autonomous Flight of Micro Helicopters, INVITED SPEAKER at the International Workshop on Omnidirectional Robot Vision, Anchorage, Alaska, May, 2010.
  • Triebel, R., Scaramuzza, D., Rufli, M, Spinello, L., Pomerleau, F., Siegwart, R., Key Technologies for Intelligent and Safer Cars  from Motion Estimation to Predictive Motion Planning, Workshop on Visual Navigation for Intelligent Vehicles, hosted by the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS),  October, 2009.
  • Triebel, R., Scaramuzza, D., Rufli, M, Spinello, L., Pomerleau, F., Siegwart, R., Key Technologies for Intelligent and Safer Cars  from Motion Estimation to Predictive Motion Planning, Workshop Fahrerassistenzsysteme (German Workshop on car driving assistance systems), October, 2009.
  • Scaramuzza, D., Omnidirectional Vision: from Calibration to Robot Motion Estimation, INVITED SPEAKER at the Swedish Workshop on Robotics, Vasteras, Sweden, September 8, 2009.
  • Scaramuzza, D.and Siegwart, R. Fast Relative Pose Estimation with One Point Correspondence by Exploiting Nonholonomic Constraints, INVITED SPEAKER, workshop on Visual Mapping and Navigation in Outdoor Environments, hosted by the International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Kobe, Japan, May, 2009.

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