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Ryan Eustice
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Guest Investigator
Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering

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Work: 734 647 9411

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I am now with the University of Michigan, please visit my lab's website for current projects:

Research Interests
My research interests include simultaneous localization and mapping for mobile robotics using visual perception, underwater image registration and processing, underwater vehicle navigation, and autonomous underwater vehicles.

PhD Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  Joint Program in Applied Ocean Science & Engineering,  June 2005.
  Dissertation: "Large-Area Visually Augmented Navigation for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles".
  Advisors: Dr. Hanumant Singh (WHOI), Dr. John J. Leonard (MIT)
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State University, Distinguished Graduate, 1998.

2008  Recipient of National Science Foundation CAREER Award.
2007 Recipient of Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award. 
2006 King-Sun Fu Memorial Best Transactions on Robotics Paper Award of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, "Exactly Sparse Delayed-State Filters for View-Based SLAM
2005  Best Student Paper Award, "Exactly Sparse Delayed-State Filters", ICRA'05. 
2001 Student Poster Winner, "A Short Summary of SeaBED and Some Data Highlights" NSF ERC CenSSIS Research and Industrial Collaboration Conference, Boston, MA, December 2001.
1999 Recipient of NDSEG Fellowship.
1998  Graduate of Michigan State Honors College.

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