Luis Riazuelo

Luis Riazuelo

Assistant professor

Defense University Center

Biography

Currently I am an Assistant Professor at the Defense University Center (Zaragoza, Spain). Previously I was an Assistant Professor at the University of Zaragoza. From 2006 to 2020 I was working as a researcher of the Robotics, Perception and Real Time group at the Aragón Engineering Research Institute and University of Zaragoza.

I obtained my MEng in Biomedical Engineering and PhD in Computer Science at the University of Zaragoza, in Spain, supervised by Prof. Luis Montano and Prof. José María Martínez Montiel. My PhD thesis is entitled Mapping and semantic perception for service robotics.

My research is on the fields of mobile robotics, computer vision and 3D reconstruction. My current research topics include semantic segmentation and scene understanding for robotics.

Teaching

Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering. University of Zaragoza

Bachelor's Degree in Electronic and Automatic Engineering (2020-2021)

  • Control Engineering #29823
  • Simulation of Dynamic Systems #29842
  • Industrial Robotics #29827

Projects

Endomapper

Real-time mapping from endoscopic video.

Robochallenge

Robot navigation and deployment in challenging environments.

RT-ART

Robotic Testbed in an ARt and Technology center.

TELOMAN

TEams of robots for LOgistics, MAintenance and eNvironment monitoring.

AUTODUMP

Debris automation in tunnels through robotized dumpers.

ROBOEARTH

Robots sharing a knowledge base for world modelling and learning of actions.

TITAM_ie

Tecnologías Inteligentes para el transporte autónomo de mercancías en interiores y exteriores.

TESSEO

Sistemas Multi-Robot en Aplicaciones de Servicio y Seguridad.

NERO

Robots móviles en red para tareas de servicio y de intervención.

URUS

Ubiquitous Networking Robotics in Urban Settings.

EXPRES

Automated Exploration Techniques For Rescue Applications.

Contact

  • Centro Universitario de la Defensa Academia General Militar Ctra. de Huesca s/n, Zaragoza, 50090
  • Felix de Azara Bulding, Office 58