Akis (Chourmouzios) Tsiotsios
Imperial College London


Contact Details 
Akis Tsiotsios
Room 805
Dpt. of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Imperial College London
London SW7 2AZ, UK

c.tsiotsios [at] imperial.ac.uk

I am a Research Assistant
(NOPTILUS project) at Imperial College London, working towards a PhD on Underwater Robotic Vision. My supervisors are Dr. T-K Kim and Prof. Andrew Davison. In the past I worked with Prof. Maria Petrou.

In 2010 I received the Meng degree from Electrical and Computer Engineering in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH). I completed my Master's thesis on denoising of seismic images and anisotropic diffusion filtering,  as a visiting researcher in Information Technologies Institute (ITI). I was also a visiting student in the Department of Electronics, University of Barcelona (EL-UB) in 2008.

My research interests lie in the fields of Computer Vision and Computational Photography. Specifically, Photometric Stereo and Underwater Vision consist my main research themes.





Backscatter Compensated Photometric Stereo with 3 Sources
C. Tsiotsios, M.E. Angelopoulou, T.K. Kim and A.J. Davison
IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)
Columbus Ohio, 2014

[PDF] [YouTube Video]




On the Choice of the Parameters for Anisotropic Diffusion in Image Processing
C. Tsiotsios and M. Petrou
Pattern Recognition, Volume 46, Issue 5, May 2013

[PDF] [MATLAB code]




Limitations of Vision Guided Underwater Navigation
M.E. Angelopoulou, C. Tsiotsios and M. Petrou
IFAC Navigation, Guidance and Control of Underwater Vehicles (NGCUV)
Porto, Portugal, 2012