Carlos Guindel is an Industrial Engineer who graduated in 2012 from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and received his M. Sc. Degree in Robotics and Automation in 2014. In 2015, he started his Ph.D. within the Intelligent Systems Lab, where he had been working for more than two years as part of several R&D projects related to Intelligent Transportation Systems in collaboration with partner companies. He has expertise in real-time and embedded systems and his current research interests lie in the fields of computer vision, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Asesoramiento para la mejora de un sistema de visión estereoscópico para la medición de entornos 3D de exteriores. Sistema de percepción y captura de datos en dispositivos de tecnología ARM
Best reviewer of computer vision XXXVII Jornadas de Automática September 2016
Runner-up prize for best computer vision paper (as a co-author) XXXVII Jornadas de Automática September 2016
Runner-up prize for best computer vision paper (as a co-author) XXXVI Jornadas de Automática September 2015
Excellence Award Universidad Carlos III de Madrid June 2011
Excellence scholarship Comunidad de Madrid June 2008
Conference Paper, 2017 C. Guindel, D. Martín, J. M. Armingol. “Stereo Vision-Based Convolutional Networks for Object Detection in Driving Environments” in Sixteenth International Conference on Computer Aided Systems Theory (EUROCAST), 2017.
Conference Paper, 2016 P. Marin-Plaza, A. Hussein, C. Guindel, F. García, D. Martín and A. de la Escalera, “Arquitectura basada en ROS para el vehículo iCab (Intelligent Campus Automobile),” in XXXVII Jornadas de Automática, 2016, pp. 639-644.
Conference Paper, 2015 C. H. Rodríguez Garavito, C. Guindel, and J. M. Armingol, “Sistema de Asistencia a la Conducción para Detección y Clasificación de Carriles,” in XXXVI Jornadas de Automática, 2015, pp. 26–31.