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Luc Bettaieb

June 3, 2016


Graph-based SLAM

During his first internship at Fetch Robotics in the summer of 2015, Luc Bettaieb worked on making improvements to the ROS GraphSLAM package, slam_karto. In his intern video, you will hear about how he sped up the algorithm’s optimizer, added better graph visualization, and began work on a manual loop-closure tool.

Luc just completed his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering with a focus in artificial intelligence and robotics at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. After his second internship at Fetch Robotics this summer, he will return to Case Western for a year of graduate school to complete his master’s degree in electrical engineering. We hope to see him again soon!

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