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Research Fellow in Underwater Robotics

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Miquel Massot is a Research Fellow in Underwater Robotics within Engineering and the Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Underwater Robotics

Miguel Massot is a research fellow within Engineering and the Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton. He currently works on underwater robotics, seafloor mapping and imaging techniques for a better understanding of our oceans in Ocean Perception research group.

Miguel graduated in 2011 from the Polytechnic University of Barcelona with an MEng degree in Industrial Engineering. In 2013 he graduated with an MSc in Information Technologies from the University of the Balearic Islands where, in 2019, he completed his PhD thesis focusing on underwater laser 3D reconstruction. In 2018 he was appointed as a research fellow on a project about scalable underwater mapping and drifters called DriftCam. For more information on research activities, please visit the Ocean Perception website.

Research interests

Underwater Robots, Three-dimensional reconstruction, Stereo vision, Structured Light, Autonomous navigation

Primary research

Long-endurance, low-energy underwater imaging drifters.

Research projects

EPSRC, EP/S001182/1 “Mapping in the Background”, 2018 to 2021

Research group

Maritime Engineering

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