Hi, I'm Anton Mitrokhin! 

Ph.D Student in Computer Science 

I am a Ph.D student at Perception and Robotics Group working with professor Yiannis Aloimonos and Dr. Cornelia Fermüller.


My research focuses on scene understanding and active scene exploration, particularly in robotic applications which require high reliability and low latency. I am also involved in a research involving the DVS camera which allows for high speed navigation and localization in low light conditions.


Generously awarded a University of Maryland Flagship Fellowship

Publications

Event-based Moving Object Detection and Tracking - arXiv preprint, 2018
Mitrokhin, A., Fermüller, C., Parameshwara, C., Aloimonos, Y.
iROS ( pending review)
Preparing for publication: YARP-gen: Compiler verification using random test generation
Mitrokhin, A., Livinskiy, V., Babokin, D.
Micro Air Vehicle Stabilization in Closed Environments Using RGB-D Sensor and IMU
Mitrokhin, A., Nuzhdin, D., Mashirin, A.
Potential of Modern Science, 2, 20 Apr. 2014: 6-10. Print.

Invited Talks

Apr 17, 2018 Data processing and Motion analysis with Dynamic Vision Sensors
2018 Northrop Grumman Mission Systems University Research Symposium
Jul 25, 2017 BetterFlow: High speed Optical Flow estimation with Neuromorphic Sensors
2017 Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop
Nov 24, 2016 YARP-gen: Random test generator for optimization verification in C/C++ compilers
59th Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Scientific Conference (honors section)
Nov 28, 2015 LLVM: Advanced Vectorization Support and Drawbacks in Presence of Explicitly Parallel Code
58th Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Scientific Conference
Nov 28, 2015 A Survey of Random Program Generation Methods for C/C++ Compiler Testing
58th Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Scientific Conference

2018 - Anton Mitrokhin