My research interest is in visual SLAM (simultaneous localisation and mapping), which is a technique that localises a robot while building a map of its surroundings using vision sensors, in general, but utilising novel sensors such as event-based cameras aiming at developing more efficient and reliable SLAM methods.

I have worked in various computer vision related fields including surveillance camera, sensor guided robot, automatic number plate recognition and visual SLAM. And, I was selected as one of the UK winners and the European champion of the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship 2014, and received the best paper award at the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) 2016 and the best industry paper award at the British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC) 2014 with my colleagues.

Hanme Kim

Recent News

  • [26/10/2016] Our work on the iniLabs website Our event camera based SLAM methods [Kim et al., BMVC'14; Kim et al., ECCV'16] are introduced on the iniLabs website.
    Posted 2 Nov 2016, 05:24 by Hanme Kim
  • [13/10/2016] We've got the best paper award at ECCV 2016! We've got the best paper award at ECCV 2016! Big congratulations to Stefan and Andy as well! :)The Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship European champion and the best industry paper award ...
    Posted 14 Oct 2016, 14:07 by Hanme Kim
  • [22/07/2016] Our ECCV'16 paper has been accepted as an oral presentation! I am excited to share our latest work on "Real-Time 3D Reconstruction and 6-DoF Tracking with an Event Camera" in collaboration with Stefan Leutenegger and Andrew Davison which ...
    Posted 6 Oct 2016, 13:52 by Hanme Kim
  • [26/6-1/7/2016] CVPR 2016 I attended CVPR 2016 from 26th June until 1st July in Las Vegas, NV, USA solely for our start-up, slamcore. All the meetings with other companies and individuals we ...
    Posted 1 Jul 2016, 11:25 by Hanme Kim
  • [11/02/2016] slamcore Limited I am very excited to announce that I co-founded a start-up, slamcore Limited, with Jacek, Stefan, Andy and Owen. For more about us or our technologies, please visit ...
    Posted 9 May 2016, 00:29 by Hanme Kim
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Recent OpenSkill (blog-like)

  • How to debug SceneLib with Eclipse For the last preparation before starting to study about the SceneLib library and Visual SLAM, here is a post describes how to debug SceneLib with Eclipse. Regarding how to install ...
    Posted 24 Jul 2014, 13:36 by Hanme Kim
  • How to install SceneLib 1.0 on Ubuntu 10.04 SceneLib?SceneLib is an open-source C++ library for SLAM designed and implemented by Andrew Davison with additional work by Paul Smith. SceneLib 1.0 is released with full source ...
    Posted 23 Jul 2014, 18:12 by Hanme Kim
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