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Dr

Jonathan Gammell BASc MASc PhD

Departmental Lecturer in Robotics

Biography

Jonathan Gammell is a Departmental Lecturer in Robotics at the Oxford Robotics Institute (ORI). He leads the Estimation, Search, and Planning (ESP) research group which seeks to develop and exploit better understandings of fundamental robotic problems. He holds a Ph.D. and M.A.Sc. in Aerospace Science & Engineering from the University of Toronto (UTIAS) and a B.A.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering (Co-op) with a Physics Option from the University of Waterloo.

Jonathan is a dedicated 'full-stack' roboticist with extensive experience solving real-world problems with robotic hardware and software. He has deployed autonomous systems around the world on a variety of projects. Please see his biography on ESP's webpage for more information.

Most Recent Publications

AIT* and EIT*: Asymmetric bidirectional sampling-based path planning

Strub MP & Gammell JD (2021)

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Multimotion Visual Odometry (MVO)

Judd KM & Gammell JD (2021)

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The Oxford Domed Lateral Unicompartmental Knee Replacement implant: Increasing wall height reduces the risk of bearing dislocation.

Yang I, Gammell JD, Murray DW & Mellon SJ (2021), Proc Inst Mech Eng H, 9544119211048558

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Navigation on the line: traversability analysis and path planning for extreme-terrain rappelling rovers

Paton M et al. (2021), Proceedings of the IEEE IROS Conference 2020(2020), 7034-7041

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Occlusion-Robust MVO: multimotion estimation through occlusion via motion closure

Judd K & Gammell J (2021), Proceedings of IROS 2020, 5855-5862

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Most Recent Publications

AIT* and EIT*: Asymmetric bidirectional sampling-based path planning

Strub MP & Gammell JD (2021)

Altmetric score is

Multimotion Visual Odometry (MVO)

Judd KM & Gammell JD (2021)

Altmetric score is

The Oxford Domed Lateral Unicompartmental Knee Replacement implant: Increasing wall height reduces the risk of bearing dislocation.

Yang I, Gammell JD, Murray DW & Mellon SJ (2021), Proc Inst Mech Eng H, 9544119211048558

Altmetric score is

Navigation on the line: traversability analysis and path planning for extreme-terrain rappelling rovers

Paton M et al. (2021), Proceedings of the IEEE IROS Conference 2020(2020), 7034-7041

Altmetric score is

Occlusion-Robust MVO: multimotion estimation through occlusion via motion closure

Judd K & Gammell J (2021), Proceedings of IROS 2020, 5855-5862

Altmetric score is
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