- Bibliography (CROSBI)
- List of select publications
- Teaching duties
- Research areas
- Professional memberships
- Personal data
- List of select projects
- Past employments
Estimation and observability analysis of human motion on Lie groups
Control architecture of a remotely controlled vehicle in extreme CBRNE conditions
Open Platform Based Mobile Robot Control for Automation in Manufacturing Logistics
NOSeqSLAM: Not only Sequential SLAM
Stochastic Optimization for Trajectory Planning with Heteroscedastic Gaussian Processes
Stereo Event Lifetime and Disparity Estimation for Dynamic Vision Sensors
Pedestrian Tracking by Probabilistic Data Association and Correspondence Embeddings
Human Motion Prediction Framework for Safe Flexible Robotized Warehouses
Unity based Urban Environment Simulation for Autonomous Vehicle Stereo Vision Evaluation
Extrinsic 6DoF Calibration of a Radar-LiDAR- Camera System Enhanced by Radar Cross Section Estimates Evaluation
Human Intention Estimation based on Hidden Markov Model Motion Validation for Safe Flexible Robotized Warehouses
Multi-agent Gaussian Process Motion Planning via Probabilistic Inference
Computationally efficient dense moving object detection based on reduced space disparity estimation
Exactly Sparse Delayed State Filter on Lie groups for Long-term Pose Graph SLAM
SOFT-SLAM: Computationally Efficient Stereo Visual SLAM for Autonomous UAVs
Environment perception using a multisensor system
Human Intention Recognition in Flexible Robotized Warehouses based on Markov Decision Processes
Cooperative Cloud SLAM on Matrix Lie Groups
Mixture Reduction on Matrix Lie Groups
Extrinsic 6DoF Calibration of 3D LiDAR and Radar
Human motion estimation on Lie groups using IMU measurements
Revival of filtering based SLAM? Exactly sparse delayed state filter on Lie groups
Score matching based assumed density filtering with the von Mises-Fisher distribution
Extended Information Filter on Matrix Lie Groups
Dense Disparity Estimation in Ego-motion Reduced Search Space
Process automatization seminar materials for industry participants - advanced level
Process automatization seminar materials for industry participants - basic level
Simultaneous localization and mapping algorithm based on exactly sparse delayed state filter implemented using Lie groups
Algorithms for the detection of moving objects utilizing lidar sensors and stereo camera
Moving object tracking employing rigid body motion on matrix Lie groups
On wrapping the Kalman filter and estimating with the SO(2) group
Radar and stereo vision fusion for multitarget tracking on the special Euclidean group
Robot arm teleoperation via RGBD sensor palm tracking
Multitarget tracking with the von Mises-Fisher filter and probabilistic data association
Dynamic objects short-term map based detection and JPDA filter tracking with 3D laser range sensor on a mobile platform
Development of a computer program for short-term hourly electric power load and loss forecasting for distribution areas
Von Mises Mixture PHD Filter
Bayesian Sensor Fusion Methods for Dynamic Object Tracking - A Comparative Study
Detection and tracking of dynamic objects using 3D laser range sensor on a mobile platform
Direction-only tracking of moving objects on the unit sphere via probabilistic data association
Tracking of multiple moving objects on the unit sphere using a multiple-camera system on a mobile robot
Moving objects detection and tracking by omnidirectional sensors of a mobile robot
Moving object detection, tracking and following using an omnidirectional camera on a mobile robot
Composite distance based approach to von Mises mixture reduction
Active Speaker Localization with Circular Likelihoods and Bootstrap Filtering
Partial Mutual Information Based Input Variable Selection for Supervised Learning Approaches to Voice Activity Detection
Bearing-Only Tracking with a Mixture of von Mises Distributions
Comparison of Statistical Model-Based Voice Activity Detectors for Mobile Robot Speech Applications
Mathematical models for short-term prediction of hourly electrical energy consumption for distribution areas
People Tracking with Heterogeneous Sensors using JPDAF with Entropy Based Track Management
Real-Time Detection of Moving Objects by a Mobile Robot with an Omnidirectional Camera
Optical Flow Field Segmentation in an Omnidirectional Camera Image Based on Known Camera Motion
Speaker localization and tracking with a microphone array on a mobile robot using von Mises distribution and particle filtering
Applying von Mises Distribution to Microphone Array Probabilistic Sensor Modelling
Autonomous mobile robots navigation in unknown and dynamic indoor environments
Speaker Localization and Tracking in Mobile Robot Environment Using a Microphone Array
Speaker detection and tracking in mobile robot environment using a microphone array
Journal papers (for full publications list see the CROSBI database)
1. Ćesić, Josip; Marković, Ivan; Cvišić, Igor; Petrović, Ivan.
Radar and stereo vision fusion for multitarget tracking on the special Euclidean group. // Robotics and Autonomous Systems. 83 (2016) ; 338-348.
2. Marković, Ivan; Ćesić, Josip; Petrović, Ivan.
Von Mises Mixture PHD Filter. // IEEE Signal Processing Letters. 22 (2015) , 12; 2229-2233 (journal article).
3. Bukal, Mario; Marković, Ivan; Petrović, Ivan.
Composite distance based approach to von Mises mixture reduction. // Information fusion. 20 (2014) ; 136-145 (journal article).
4. Marković, Ivan; Petrović, Ivan.
Bayesian Sensor Fusion Methods for Dynamic Object Tracking - A Comparative Study. // Automatika – Journal for Control, Measurement, Electronics, Computing and Communications. 55 (2014) , 4; 386-398 (journal article).
5. Marković, Ivan; Jurić-Kavelj, Srećko; Petrović, Ivan.
Partial Mutual Information Based Input Variable Selection for Supervised Learning Approaches to Voice Activity Detection. // Applied soft computing. 13 (2013) , 11; 4383-4391 (journal article).
6. Marković, Ivan; Petrović, Ivan.
Speaker localization and tracking with a microphone array on a mobile robot using von Mises distribution and particle filtering. // Robotics and autonomous systems. 58 (2010) , 11; 1185-1196 (journal article).
Ivan Marković is an Assistant Professor at the UNIZG-FER. He received the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the FER Zagreb in September, 2008. During his undergraduate and graduate studies he was awarded with ''INETEC'' award (2007), ''Josip Lončar''’ faculty award for outstanding achievement in the third year of study (2008), and with scholarships from the Croatian Ministry of science for the best students (2003-2008). He works as a research assistant at the Department of Control and Computer Engineering at FER Zagreb since May 2009. He was a visiting researcher at INRIA Rennes-Bretagne Atlantique, Rennes, France, Lagadic group (Prof. François Chaumette). He also serves as the coordinator of the technical editing team of the Automatika journal.
In 2014 he received Ph.D. degree from the University of Zagreb with the thesis ''Moving objects detection and tracking by omnidirectional sensors of a mobile robot'' for which he was awarded with the Silver Plaque ''Josip Loncar'' faculty award for outstanding doctoral dissertation and particularly successful scientific research.
His research interests are autonomous systems and mobile robotics, estimation theory, especially detection and tracking of moving objects and speaker localization.
- Estimation Theory (Lecturer in charge)
- Mobile Robotics (Lecturer in charge)
- Programing for the Robot Operating System (Lecturer in charge)
- Graduation Thesis (Lecturers)
- Graduation Thesis (Lecturers)
- Project (Lecturers)
- Project (Lecturers)
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- Project (Lecturers)
- Laboratory of Control Engineering and Automation 2 (Laboratory exercises)
Filtering algorithms Estimation Estimation theory Maximum a posteriori estimation Maximum likelihood estimation Pose estimation State estimation Bayes methods Recursive estimation Uncertainty Maximum likelihood estimation Gaussian mixture model
Robotics and automation
Autonomous systems Autonomous robots Autonomous vehicles Unmanned autonomous vehicles Robots Autonomous robots Visual odometry Intelligent robots Mobile robots Autonomous automobiles Robot programming Robot sensing systems Robot vision systems Simultaneous localization and mapping Service robots Visual odometry
Computational and artificial intelligence
Autonomous robots Intelligent systems Autonomous systems Intelligent robots
Robot sensing systems Robot vision systems Simultaneous localization and mapping
Kalman filters Nonlinear filters Motion estimation
Systems, man, and cybernetics
Computers and information processing
Ivan Marković is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Croatian Society for Communication, Computing, Electronics, Measurement and Control (KoREMA).
List of select projects
- SafeLog: Safe human-robot interaction in logistic applications for highly flexible warehouses (H2020-ICT-2015), coordinated by: Prof. Björn Hein (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), 2016-2019.
- cloudSLAM - Cooperative cloud based simultaneous localization and mapping in dynamic environments (UKF 2015), coordinated by: Prof. Ivan Petrović (UNIZG-FER), 2016-2018.
- Advanced technologies in power systems and rail vehicles (ERDF), coordinated by: Prof. Ivan Petrović (UNIZG-FER), 2014-2016.
- ACROSS - Centre of Research Excellence for Advanced Cooperative Systems (FP7-REGPOT-2011), coordinated by: Prof. Ivan Petrović (UNIZG-FER), 2011-2014.
- Upravljanje mobilnim robotima i vozilima u nepoznatim i dinamičkim okruženjima (National funding), coordinated by: Prof. Ivan Petrović (UNIZG-FER), 2007-2013.
- 2016 - present: Assitant Professor at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
- 2015 - 2016: Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
- 2009 - 2014: Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
- 2008 - 2009: Control Systems Engineer at S.C.A.N. Ltd.