Mr Cedric Scheerlinck

PhD student
Research Area:
Master of Engineering (Mechanical)

I completed my Master of Engineering (Mechanical) at the University of Melbourne in 2016. In 2015 I worked as a research assistant in the Fluid Dynamics lab at Melbourne before completing an exchange semester at ETH Zurich. My final year Masters thesis was a combined project with the University of Melbourne and The Northern Hospital, performing computational fluid dynamics studies on patient-specific coronary arteries.

In 2017 I commenced my PhD in robotic vision under the supervision of Rob Mahony at ANU. My PhD topic is the development of novel optical flow algorithms capable of running in real-time for high speed robotics applications.

My research interests lie in non-linear systems, control theory, computer vision, high performance computing and robotics.

Here is a link to my Google Scholar profile.

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