IRAP

About

Intelligent Robotic Autonomy and Perception (IRAP) Lab focuses on robotics problems in civil and environmental engineering applications. Targeting many hardly accessible or dangerous sites in the environment, we solves for robot autonomy dealing with perceptual sensor data. Main research interest and detailed robotics topics include perception based environment mapping, intelligent sensor fusion, decision making and control of the robotic agents, robotic operation and navigation in GPS-denied enthronements (e.g., underwater, indoor).

Research Interests

  • Intelligent perception and mapping
  • Autonomous robotic navigation
  • Decision making and multitasking in robotic navigation
  • Underwater imaging and navigation

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News


Two poster abstracts accepted for IROS 2017
Congratulations to Junho and Younggun for their accepted poster abstracts at IROS 2017

Heading Correction for Urban Canyon paper accepted
Heading Correction for Urban Canyon is available from early access

Hyunchul Roh and Jinyong Jeong and Ayoung Kim, Aerial Image based Heading Correction for Large Scale SLAM in an Urban Canyon. IEEE RA Letters, 2017.

URP (Creative project) has been selected
Congratulations to Hyesu Jang for the creative project selection URP

Two papers accepted for IROS 2017
Congratulations to Youngji Kim and Hyunchul Roh for their accepted paper at IROS 2017

Two poster abstracts accepted for ICRA 2017
Congratulations to Jinyong and Giseop for their accepted poster abstracts at ICRA 2017

One paper accepted for IV 2017
Congratulations to Jinyong for his accepted lane map SLAM paper at IV2017

URP team has been awarded
Congratulations to Younghun Cho and Hyesu Jang for the award CEE homepage

One paper accepted for ICRA 2017
Congratulations to Younggun Cho for his accepted underwater dehazing paper at ICRA 2017

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