Research topics: SLAM, Computer Vision, Deep learning, Autonomous Vehicles, AR/VR.
I am a PhD candidate in Carnegie Mellon University advised by Sebastian Scherer in the Robotics Institute. I also collaborate with Michael Kaess. I am focusing on the visual simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) combined with scene understanding. I am also interested in related topcis including multi-sensor fusion, visual inertial etc.
I expect to graduate by Dec 2018, and looking for full time positions starting 2019.
In summer 2017, I have an research internship at Facebook Oculus VR, working on visual inertial tracking.
Dense Mapping using Points, Objects, and Planes Shichao Yang, Sebastian Scherer
CubeSLAM: Monocular 3D Object Detection and SLAM without Prior Models Shichao Yang, Sebastian Scherer
In submission, Arxiv
Semantic 3D Occupancy Mapping through Efficient High Order CRFs