Jing Dong

Ph.D. student in Computer Science, Georgia Institute of Technology

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I'm now a 5th year Ph.D. student in computer science, working with professor Frank Dellaert and professor Byron Boots at Georgia Institute of Technology. Prior to joining Georgia Tech, I got my bachelor degree in engineering mechanics and aerospace engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

My current research interests cover various topics in robotics and computer vision, include but not limit to Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM), 3D reconstruction, visual feature learning and matching, and real-time motion planning.

I'm looking for full-time research scientist or engineer positions start at late 2018 in US, with special interests in SLAM, mapping and motion planning. Please refer to my CV.


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Other Interesting Stuff

GTSAM Tutorial
GTSAM is a library of C++/Matlab/Python classes that implement smoothing and mapping (SAM) in robotics and vision. I participate development and maintenance of GTSAM, and use GTSAM in most of my projects. A short tutorial slides and example code for GTSAM version 4.0 is available.
Slides, Code

Tutorial of Gaussian Processes in Robotics
Continuous-time trajectory representations are powerful tools to overcome many difficulties in discrete-time SLAM, like motion distortion, asynchronous data, etc. In this tutorial, we discuss Gaussian processes (GPs) as continuous-time trajectory representations in SLAM and motion planning, and give several applications of GPs in robotics.
Slides, Code