Dario Cadena Lerma
Autonomous Systems Lab
Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering
Office: J-301, LEE
Leonhardstrasse 21, Zurich, Switzerland 8092
Phone: (+41) (0)44 633-8803
dot lerma at gmail dot com
Currently, I'm senior researcher at the Institute of Robotics and
Systems at ETH Zurich, working with the Autonomous Systems Lab. lead by
Roland Siegwart. I'm also a research affiliate in the ARC Centre of
Excellence for Robotic Vision.
Previously, I was a Senior Researcher at School of
Computer Science of The University of Adelaide, working with Ian Reid,
and a Postdoc at CS Department of George Mason University, working with
Kosecka. I got my PhD, under the supervision of Jose Neira, in the
Department of Computer Science and System Engineering at the University
of Zaragoza. My main research
interest is in robotics and control, in which I am particularly focused
on Robotic Scene Understanding, both geometry and semantics,
covering Semantic Mapping, Data Association and Place Recognition
tasks, Simultaneous Localization and Mapping problems, as well as
mapping in dynamic environments.
- June 15/17: Our paper "An Online Multi-Robot SLAM System for 3D LiDARs" has
been accepted to IROS'17.
- Feb. 01/17: Three papers
- TSDF-based Change
Detection for Consistent Long-Term Dense Reconstruction and Dynamic
Object Discovery, by Marius Fehr.
Perception to Decision: A Data-driven Approach to End-to-end Motion
Planning for Autonomous Ground Robots, by Mark Pfeiffer.
- SegMatch: Segment based
place recognition for 3D point clouds, by Renaud Dube.
- Dec. 01/16: Our position
paper on the future challenges in SLAM has been accepted for
publication as a survey paper in the Transaction on RObotics (available
- Sep. 01/16: I have been
appointed as a Research Affiliate in the ARC Centre of Excellence
Robotic Vision. It is a great honor to have the opportunity
collaborating with the amazing talented people at the ACRV.
- July 10/16: Our paper on
Measuring the Performance of Single Image Depth Estimation Methods has
been accepted to IROS'16.
- July 1/16: I will continue
serving for one more year as Associate Editor for the IEEE
Robotics and Automation Letters.
- May 18/16: Our paper on
Multi-modal Auto-Encoders as Joint Estimators for Robotics Scene
Understanding has been accepted to RSS 2016.
- March 26/16: I'm
co-organizing the workshop Geometry and
Beyond - Representations, Physics, and Scene Understanding for Robotics
in conjunction with
RSS 2016 .
- March 01/16: Our paper on
Direct Semi-dense SLAM for Rolling Shutter Cameras has been accepted
- Jan. 11/16: I have joined
the Autonomous Systems Lab. at ETH Zurich.
- Dec. 31/15: I have
finished an amazing time working in Australia with Ian Reid, the ACVT
and the Australian Center for Robotic Vision.
- May 01/15: I'm
co-organizing the workshop The Problem
of Mobile Sensors: Setting future goals and indicators of progress for
in conjunction with
RSS 2015 .
- March 01/15: Our paper on
A Fast, Modular Scene Understanding System using Context-Aware
Object Detection has been accepted to ICRA'15.
- Aug. 07/14: Our paper on
Semantic Parsing for Priming Object Detection in Indoors RGB-D Scenes
has been accepted to the IJRR's special issue on Robot Vision.
- Aug. 07/14: Yasir's paper
on comparisons on robust back-ends has
been accepted to IROS'14
- Mar. 25/14: I will be
chairing the session on Computer
Vision: Semantic Scene Understanding
- Jan. 14/14: Our
paper on semantic segmentation with heterogeneous sensor coverages has
been accepted to the ICRA'14
- Nov. 01/13: I have joined
the Australian Center for Visual Technologies in Adelaide, Australia,
to work with Ian Reid.
- Oct. 07/13: I
gave a GRASP
Special Seminar at
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
- Oct. 03/13: I
gave a talk at the CS
Washington University, Washington, DC.
- Sep. 25/13: Our
paper on recursive inference for semantic
segmentation has been accepted to the ISRR'13
- Sep. 20/13: I have
finished a great time working with Jana
Kosecka, now I'm in the process of moving to Adelaide, to work with Ian