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Aaron Mavrinac: Academic

I obtained my Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Windsor in 2012. I worked in the Advanced Control Systems Laboratory, researching camera networks and 3D computer vision.

Research Interests

My research interests include 3D computer vision, camera networks, camera calibration, vision-based control, and robotics. Overall, I want to contribute to a better understanding of the interplay between the physical world and electronic perception and sensing.

My Ph.D. dissertation topic involved mathematically modeling the coverage of multi-camera systems for purposes of understanding, evaluation, and optimization. My M.A.Sc. thesis was a distributed feature-based method for calibrating 3D camera networks. I have also worked on several other major projects involving multi-camera systems, calibration, 3D vision, and robotics.


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  • 03-60-256 System Programming
    School of Computer Science, University of Windsor, Winter 2015
  • 06-88-217 Digital Logic Design I
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Windsor, Fall 2010
Additionally, I have been a graduate teaching assistant for the following courses at the University of Windsor:
  • 06-85-124 Circuits I
  • 06-88-228 EM Waves & Radiating Systems I
  • 06-88-324 Control Systems I
  • 06-88-327 Microprocessors
  • 06-88-330 Digital Logic Design II
  • 06-88-438 Coding and Information Theory
  • 06-88-449 Automotive Sensor Systems
  • 06-88-560 Reconfigurable Computing

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