András László Majdik
Currently I am a researcher with Prof. Tamás Szirányi and I am the Leader of Robot localization group of Machine Perception Research Laboratory, Computer and Automation Institute of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral researcher with Davide Scaramuzza at the Robotics and Perception Group, University of Zurich, Switzerland. I received my PhD in 2011 form the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (TU Cluj) in the field of Simultaneous Localization and Mapping of mobile robots. My PhD thesis was co-advised by Prof. Gheorghe Lazea, Robotics Research Group, TU Cluj, Romania and Prof. José A. Castellanos, Robotics, Perception and Real Time Group, University of Zaragoza, Spain.
Volunteering: I regularly review papers for the following conferences/journals: IROS, ICRA, AQTR, TrO, JFR; I was a local organizing committee member at RSS’10 and AQTR’12.
The Zurich urban micro aerial vehicle dataset:
MAV Urban Localization from Google Street View Data:
Adaptive appearance based loop-closing in heterogeneous environments:
★ Air-ground Matching: Appearance-based GPS-denied Urban Localization of Micro Aerial VehiclesPublication date2015
Object-Based Change Detection Algorithm with a Spatial AI Stereo CameraPublication date2022
Positioning and perception in LIDAR point cloudsPublication date2021
MASAT: A fast and robust algorithm for pose-graph initializationPublication date2020
LOL: Lidar-only Odometry and Localization in 3D point cloud maps*Publication date2020
Fusion Markov Random Field Image Segmentation for a Time Series of Remote Sensed ImagesPublication date2019
A Hybrid CNN Approach for Single Image Depth Estimation: A Case StudyEditorsChoroś, KKopel, MKukla, ESiemiński, APublication date2019
Hibrid CNN hálózat egyetlen kép alapú mélység becsléséhez: egy esettanulmányPublication date2019
The MTA SZTAKI micro aerial vehicle and motion capture arenaPublication date2019