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Kostas Daniilidis

Professor, Computer and Information Science, School of Engineering and Applied Science at University of Pennsylvania

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PhD Computer Science 1992 - University of Karlsruhe
MSE Computer Science 1989 - University of Karlsruhe
MSE Electrical Engineering 1986 - National Technical University in Athens
Kostas' research interests are in computer vision and robotic perception. His research addresses challenges in the perception of motion and space, such as the geometric design of cameras, and the interplay of geometry and appearance in perception tasks. Kostas' research gives solutions to perceptual tasks such as panoramic vision, localization, perception of self-motion, large-scale mapping, visual location recognition, 3-D object recognition, and vision-based flocking. Applications of his research involve robot navigation, tele-immersion, and image and shape retrieval.

Courses and Programs taught by Kostas Daniilidis

PennX

Robotics

MicroMasters® Program
4 courses