I am very thrilled to be a postdoctoral fellow in GrUVi Lab under the supervision of Prof. Yasutaka Furukawa at Simon Fraser University. Current areas of focus include robotics and 3D visual computing, AR/VR, geometric and image-based modeling, machine learning, inference and optimization.

In spring 2019, I defended my PhD thesis on Low-Drift Visual Odometry for Indoor Robotics. My advisor at SNU within the Lab for Autonomous Robotics Research (LARR) was Prof. H. Jin Kim.

My research interests in robotics and AI are Robust Visual Odometry [1], Visual Localization [2], Low-Drift Visual Odometry [3,4], and Drift-Free Rotation Estimation [4,5] in structured environments.

Linear SLAM

Linear SLAM

Accurate visual odometry and SLAM methods utilizing the environmental structures.

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Localization

Localization

Robust visual localization for the Astrobee, a free-flying robot on the ISS develpoed by NASA Ames Research Center.

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Robust VO

Robust VO

Autonomous drone flights with the robust visual odometry under dynamic lighting conditions.

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