I was recently invited to give an online talk on fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The target audience was formed by people with non-technical background (i.e., without training in engineering, mathematics, and related areas). This way, the presentation was focused on providing an overview of the history of AI and ML, without too [...]
Last week I received the Marie Curie Fellowship Certificate (as a Postdoc researcher in the INFIERI project) from the Research Executive Agency (REA) of the European Union.
I recently presented an IEEE Signal Processing Letters paper in a poster session at ICASSP 2017. The paper is entitled "Geometric-Algebra LMS Adaptive Filter ans its Application to Rotation Estimation".
Attended this workshop of the INFIERI network, the European project that funds my postdoctoral research at Thales. This is the periodic meeting of INFIERI network. There were seminaries on technologies for astrophysics, medical physics, and particle physics. The participants visited the facilities of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab). I presented (oral and poster) an [...]
A paper I co-authored was presented at the 7th International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation by Anas Al-Nuaimi (TU Munich, Germany).
Today I defended my Ph.D. and received the degree of Doctor of Sciences by the University of São Paulo, Brazil. After 4 years of work and learning, it is finally concluded. To have an overview of my research, you can access the final text of my thesis here. Also, you can check below the slides [...]
The website openga.org was created to release codes in C++ , Python, and Matlab written during my Ph.D. They are based on Geometric Algebra (GA), a mathematical language fit for algebraic representation of geometric transformations. OpenGA serves as a starting point for researchers and developers who want to apply GA tools to their own work.
I attended the IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision, which this year took place at Lake Placid, NY, USA. The paper "6DOF point cloud alignment using geometric algebra-based adaptive filtering", a collaboration between the University of São Paulo and the Technical University Munich, was presented in oral and poster sessions.
The PSat (Ping-Pong Satellite) is an initiative at the Signal Processing Lab (LPS) of the University of Sao Paulo (USP) to design and develop an educational picosatellite from scratch. This is a followup of the CLTP 3 (below) where I learned the basic concepts to construct such type of device. This satellite has been devised [...]
I co-authored a paper with Luiz Chamon entitled "Combination of Adaptive Filters with Coefficients Feedback". We presented it in a poster session at ICASSP 2012.