Björnborg Nguyen

Doctoral Student at Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems

Björnborg is a PhD student in the Adaptive systems group at the Division of Vehicle engineering and autonomous systems sciences since December 2017. His main research is within computer vision for autonomous systems and investigating how it can be applied for robot navigation purposes. He is actively contributing to OpenDLV software and various vehicle hardware platforms, formally involved in the Chalmers formula student driverless initiative.


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Systematic benchmarking for reproducibility of computer vision algorithms for real-time systems: The example of optic flow estimation

Björnborg Nguyen, Christian Berger, Ola Benderius
2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), p. 5264-5269-5269
Paper in proceedings

Containerized development and microservices for self-driving vehicles: Experiences & best practices

Christian Berger, Björnborg Nguyen, Ola Benderius
Proceedings - 2017 IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture Workshops, ICSAW 2017: Side Track Proceedings, p. 7-12
Paper in proceedings

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