MASc Student, Institute for Aerospace Studies
University of Toronto
4925 Dufferin St.
North York, ON, Canada
Shatil Rahman received the Degree of Master of Applied Science (MASC) in July, 2021. His research project focused on degeneracy analysis for active vision using dynamic camera clusters, and he is also responsible for the state estimation aspect of the drone landing project. He received his BASc degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2019 from the McGill University. During his undergraduate study, he had the opportunity to conduct research on constrained SLAM for Prof James Richard Forbes, and on cooperative aerial payload transport for Prof Inna Sharf, both at McGill University.