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Estimation, Search, & Planning Research Group

Welcome to the Estimation, Search, and Planning (ESP) research group at the Oxford Robotics Institute (ORI).

ESP is led by Dr. Jonathan Gammell and is focused on studying and understating the fundamental problems of robotics as motivated by real-world problems.

Please visit the group's webpage to find out more about our individual research, including our publicly available available code and datasets.

Come hear the latest from @NASAJPL about @NASAPersevere, @MarsCuriosity, and so much more. This is going to be a great talk. https://t.co/WLBw8jrGUL

Kevin has submitted a journal paper on Multimotion Visual Odometry (MVO) to IJRR. This is his definitive version of the work we're doing in ESP on measuring moving scenes from a dynamic camera. You learn more from the trailer video and multimedia… https://t.co/5zz6LmOXSt

RT @oxfordrobots: 2 weeks to go! 📢 Register now for the second seminar featuring Michiel van de Panne from @UBC at https://t.co/2jxapqgfEa…

Marlin @marlinpolo has submitted a journal paper on asymmetric bidirectional planning to IJRR. We're happy to provide its algorithms, Adaptively Informed Trees (AIT*) and Effort Informed Trees (EIT*), as open-source OMPL code. You can find out more ... https://t.co/2visqMWLM9

Happy to be part of this exciting week-long event. https://t.co/vOVKnxSkd1

Thrilled to have been able to help out with this! https://t.co/S69WAiyUt6

RT @oxfordrobots: ORI is celebrating it's 5th anniversary! We have some exciting events happening this year and are starting the celebrat…

RT @ThomasAAAdcock: Prospective @oxengsci please apply for our @SPC_Oxford residential to learn about what it is like in Oxford and learn f…

Marlin has been working on planning problems that seek to optimize the distance between paths and obstacles. This is a difficult problem for informed search algorithms, like A*, because there aren't very many effective and cost-efficient admissible… https://t.co/DbrdHZ5k4u