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18 mai 2018

Road scene analysis with a multimodal stereovision system


Catégorie : Doctorant


Road scene analysis with a multimodal stereovision system

The main goal of this thesis proposal is to demonstrate the benefits of using different imaging modalities, including color and polarimetric imaging, for the analysis of a road scene.

In particular, the vehicle will be equipped with one or two polarimetric cameras, in addition with RGB ones. 

PhD period: October 2018 – September 2021

Funding: ANR ICUB

 

Road scene analysis with a multimodal stereovision system

PhD period: October 2018 – September 2021

Funding: ANR ICUB

Place: VIBOT, ERL CNRS 6000

Project description

Semantic scene understanding is a crucial requirement for safe autonomous navigation of robots and vehicles. Several methods and techniques have been developed and some are currently being used in commercial cars for pedestrian detection, road features detection, etc.

However, even in structured environments such as urban roads, these methods still face several challenges such as the detection of water and puddles, or the detection of glass and other reflective surfaces.

The main goal of this thesis proposal is to demonstrate the benefits of using different imaging modalities, including color and polarimetric imaging, for the analysis of a road scene.

In particular, the vehicle will be equipped with one or two polarimetric cameras, in addition to RGB ones.

We would like to address the following issues:

The PhD thesis will involve both theoretical and experimental works. The selected student will have to conduct real outdoor experiments to validate the proposed algorithms. The research team will provide all necessary guidance, training and technical assistance. 

Note also that this thesis is part of the project ICUB (non-conventional imagery for a secure mobility in urban areas) funded by the National Research Agency (ANR), involving the LITIS lab and the companies PSA and StereoLabs. 

Application

The thesis will take place at Le2i laboratory of Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté (Le Creusot).

Interested candidates must send to the contacts, in a single PDF before 15th June 2017:

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