Oscar Rodrigo Pizarro Clemo

Líneas de Investigación


  •  Oceanographic Engineering, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Estados Unidos, 2004
  •  EECS and Ocean Engineering, MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL. Chile, 2003

Experiencia Académica

  •   Senior researcher Full Time

    Norwegian University of Science and Technology

    Trondheim, Noruega

    2022 - A la fecha

  •   Adjunct Scientist Other


    Woods Hole, MA, Estados Unidos

    2018 - A la fecha


Article (49)

Guiding Labelling Effort for Efficient Learning With Georeferenced Images
Anisotropic Disturbance Rejection for Kinematically Redundant Systems With Applications on an UVMS
Leveraging Metadata in Representation Learning With Georeferenced Seafloor Imagery
A geometric basis for surface habitat complexity and biodiversity
Ocean Dumping of Containerized DDT Waste Was a Sloppy Process
Octocorals of the Indo-Pacific
Towards a macroscope: Leveraging technology to transform the breadth, scale and resolution of macroecological data
Underwater Robotic Technology for Imaging Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems
BioTIME: A database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene
Contrasting patterns of changes in abundance following a bleaching event between juvenile and adult scleractinian corals
Moving to 3D: relationships between coral planar area, surface area and volume
A simple, fast, and repeatable survey method for underwater visual 3D benthic mapping and monitoring
Characterization of measurement errors using structure-from-motion and photogrammetry to measure marine habitat structural complexity
High-Resolution Underwater Robotic Vision-Based Mapping and Three-Dimensional Reconstruction for Archaeology
Multimodal learning and inference from visual and remotely sensed data
Autonomous Marine Robotic Technology Reveals an Expansive Benthic Bacterial Community Relevant to Regional Nitrogen Biogeochemistry
Biometric assessment of deep-sea vent megabenthic communities using multi-resolution 3D image reconstructions
Mid-water current aided localization for autonomous underwater vehicles
Stereo-imaging AUV detects trends in sea urchin abundance on deep overgrazed reefs
True Color Correction of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Imagery
Australian sea-floor survey data, with images and expert annotations
Discovering salient regions on 3D photo-textured maps: Crowdsourcing interaction data from multitouch smartphones and tablets
Hierarchical Bayesian models for unsupervised scene understanding
Large-Scale Geographic Variation in Distribution and Abundance of Australian Deep-Water Kelp Forests
Linear Volumetric Focus for Light Field Cameras
Estimation of Clustering Parameters Using Gaussian Process Regression
The Catlin Seaview Survey - kilometre-scale seascape assessment, and monitoring of coral reef ecosystems
Variable Responses of Benthic Communities to Anomalously Warm Sea Temperatures on a High-Latitude Coral Reef
Frequency-based underwater terrain segmentation
Mapping Submerged Archaeological Sites using Stereo-Vision Photogrammetry
Bathymetric particle filter SLAM using trajectory maps
Habitats and Benthos at Hydrographers Passage, Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Monitoring of Benthic Reference Sites <i>Using an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle</i>
Multi-Scale Measures of Rugosity, Slope and Aspect from Benthic Stereo Image Reconstructions
Regional-scale benthic monitoring for ecosystem-based fisheries management (EBFM) using an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV)
A Featureless Approach to Efficient Bathymetric SLAM Using Distributed Particle Mapping
Topography, substratum and benthic macrofaunal relationships on a tropical mesophotic shelf margin, central Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Variability in mesophotic coral reef communities along the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Analysis of Propulsion Methods for Long-Range AUVs
Asphalt volcanoes as a potential source of methane to late Pleistocene coastal waters
Autonomous Underwater Vehicle-Assisted Surveying of Drowned Reefs on the Shelf Edge of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Generation and Visualization of Large-Scale Three-Dimensional Reconstructions from Underwater Robotic Surveys
Spatial Structure and Activity of Sedimentary Microbial Communities Underlying a <i>Beggiatoa</i> spp. Mat in a Gulf of Mexico Hydrocarbon Seep
Toward Adaptive Benthic Habitat Mapping Using Gaussian Process Classification
Large Area 3-D Reconstructions From Underwater Optical Surveys
Efficient View-Based SLAM Using Visual Loop Closures
Visually Augmented Navigation for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
Advances in large-area photomosaicking underwater
Toward large-area mosaicing for underwater scientific applications

Review (1)

Reflections on a decade of autonomous underwater vehicles operations for marine survey at the Australian Centre for Field Robotics
Alejandro Perez

Associate Professor


Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

El Tabo-Las Cruces, Chile

Giancarlo Troni

Assistant Professor


Santiago, Chile