Antonio M. López is Associate Professor (Tenure) at the Computer Science Department of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). He is also a founding member of the Computer Vision Center (CVC) at the UAB, where he created and is the Principal Investigator of the group on ADAS and Autonomous Driving since 2002. Antonio is founding member and co-organizer of consolidated international workshops such as the “Computer Vision in Vehicle Technology (CVVT)” and the “Transferring and Adapting Source Knowledge in Computer Vision (TASK-CV)”. Antonio has also collaborated in numerous research projects with international companies, specially from the automotive sector. His work in the last 10 years has focused on the use of Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Machine (Deep) Learning, and Domain Adaptation to train and test onboard AI drivers. He is the Principal Investigator at CVC/UAB of known systems such as SYNTHIA dataset and CARLA simulator. Complementary, Antonio is currently also focusing more on topics such as Active Learning, Lifelong learning, and Augmented Reality, in the context of Autonomous Driving. Antonio was also doing work related to procedural video generation for action recognition in videos, doing a close collaboration with Naver Labs to deploy the PHAV dataset. Thanks to Google Scholar you can see my list of papers here. Since January 2019, Antonio is supported by an ICREA Academia grant.

NEW!!!: CVPR CARLA Autonomous Driving Challenge, 2019