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Vladimír Kubelka

Position: Researcher, Marie Curie School/office: School of Science and Technology

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Vladimír Kubelka

About Vladimír Kubelka

I have received my master's degree in Cybernetics and Robotics (Air and Space Systems) from the Czech Technical University in Prague (2013). After that, I have focused on the problem of localization of ground mobile robots in harsh conditions of search and rescue missions supervised by Michal Reinstein and Tomáš Svoboda.

I have defended my Ph.D. thesis at CTU in 2018 and enrolled as a postdoc fellow with the Northern Robotics Laboratory (lead by François Pomerleau) at the Laval University in Québec. The research topic was outdoor mobile robot localization and mapping in winter conditions: deep snow, terrain changing due to blizzards, low visibility and deteriorated GPS. Our results have been nicely summed up by this field report and teaser video. To make things a little more exciting, we've also competed in the DARPA's Subterranean Challenge and scored some nice underground points as the CTU-CRAS-NORLAB team.

Since 2022, I've been a postdoc at the Örebro University in the Mobile Robotics & Olfaction lab looking at the problem of localization and mapping with the exciting new radar sensors.