[JdeRobot] Fwd: GSoC project enquiry

JoseMaria CaƱas Plaza jmplaza at gsyc.es
Sat Mar 7 13:37:00 CET 2020

Hi Meher,

thanks for your interest in JdeRobot. We have just updated the
instructions for JdeRobot GSoC selection process [1]. Please note that
there are some programming tests required to apply for GSoC-2020 with
JdeRobot and one simple "Academy challenge".

For general discussion and questions about GSoC-2020 subscribe and use the
JdeRobot mailing list pointed out at [2]. For particular feedback about
your proposal, better contact the mentors of the project you are interested


[2] https://jderobot.github.io/community/

On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 9:01 AM Eduardo Perdices <edupergar at gmail.com> wrote:

> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: Meher Shashwat Nigam <mehershashwat at gmail.com>
> Date: Tue, Mar 3, 2020 at 1:50 PM
> Subject: GSoC project enquiry
> To: <edupergar at gmail.com>, <n.arranz.agueda at gmail.com>
> Hi
> I am a computer science student (undergraduate,3rd year) at IIIT
> Hyderabad, India working in the computer vision lab (
> https://cvit.iiit.ac.in/). I have taken the computer vision, robotic and
> trajectory planning, digital image processing courses at my university. I
> have put links to relevant projects/assignments at the end of the email. I
> am well versed with python, opencv and git.
> I have also worked at a computer vision startup (DreamVu Inc.
> https://dreamvu.com/) which makes monocular 360-degree depth cameras. I
> benchmarked the product output on standard scene segmentation, 3d
> reconstruction, object identification algorithms. I also implemented a tool
> that identified and removed specularity(inpainting) from the stereo output,
> that was also integrated into the company's SDK.
> Currently, I am working on a project in collaboration with the robotics
> lab (https://robotics.iiit.ac.in/) that involves scripting for making a
> random 3d warehouse dataset on Blender and working on navigation and scene
> recognition tasks.
> I am interested in the first project (*Project #1: Robotics Academy: new
> computer vision exercises*) and would like to know more about kind of
> work(expected algorithms to be implemented etc.) for the same. I would be
> obliged if you could also direct me to some other project which is within
> my capability.
> I would like to know about :
>    - requirements and formalities to be completed
>    - what needs to be included in the project proposal
> Looking forward to a favorable reply.
> Regards
> Meher Shashwat Nigam
> Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mehershashwatnigam/
> Github: https://github.com/ShashwatNigam99
> +91 9082372530
> *Link to relevant projects:*
> All digital processing assignment implementations:
> https://github.com/ShashwatNigam99/Digital_Image_Processing_Assignments
> You could also have a look at my Mobile robotics course assignments:
> Camera Modelling and DLT:
> https://github.com/ShashwatNigam99/MR-assign-1-Camera_Modelling_and_DLT
> Epipolar geometry and visual odometry:
> https://github.com/ShashwatNigam99/MR-assign-2-Epipolar_Geometry_Visual_Odometry
> Stereo Reconstruction:
> https://github.com/ShashwatNigam99/MR-assign-3-Stereo_Reconstruction_NonLinear_Optimization
> Extended Kalman Filter:
> https://github.com/ShashwatNigam99/MR-assign-4-Extended_Kalman_Filter
> Trajectory planning and optimaization:
> https://github.com/ShashwatNigam99/MR-assign-5-Trajectory_Planning_and_Optimization
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