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Sergio Casas

Sergio is a master’s student at the University of Toronto with a variety of research interests, including deep learning for computer vision, reinforcement learning, and imitation learning. His supervisor is Professor Raquel Urtasun. At the same time, he is working full-time at Uber ATG R&D to apply his research to the development of self-driving vehicle technology, focusing on perception and prediction issues. Before arriving at U of T, Sergio completed 2 bachelor’s degrees at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), in computer science and industrial engineering. He is originally from Barcelona, Spain.

Recent publications

RadarNet: Exploiting Radar for Robust Perception of Dynamic Objects

Bin Yang*, Runsheng Guo*, Ming Liang, Sergio Casas, Raquel Urtasun (ECCV 2020)

Perceive, Predict, and Plan: Safe Motion Planning Through Interpretable Semantic Representations

Abbas Sadat*, Sergio Casas*, Mengye Ren, Xinyu Wu, Pranaab Dhawan, Raquel Urtasun (ECCV 2020)

Implicit Latent Variable Model for Scene-Consistent Motion Forecasting

Sergio Casas, Cole Gulino, Simon Suo, Katie Luo, Renjie Liao, Raquel Urtasun (ECCV 2020)

Importance of Prior Knowledge in Precise Multimodal Prediction

Sergio Casas*, Cole Gulino*, Simon Suo*, and Raquel Urtasun (IROS 2020, oral)

SpAGNN: Spatially-Aware Graph Neural Networks for Relational Behavior Forecasting from Sensor Data

Sergio Casas, Cole Gulino, Renjie Liao, Raquel Urtasun
(ICRA 2020, oral)

PnPNet: End-to-End Perception and Prediction with Tracking in the Loop

Ming Liang*, Bin Yang*, Wenyuan Zeng, Yun Chen, Rui Hu, Sergio Casas, Raquel Urtasun (CVPR 2020)

Discrete Residual Flow for Probabilistic Pedestrian Behavior Prediction

Ajay Jain* , Sergio Casas*, Renjie Liao*, Yuwen Xiong*, Song Feng, Sean Segal, Raquel Urtasun (CoRL 2019)

End-to-End Interpretable Neural Motion Planner

Wenyuan Zeng*, Wenjie Luo*, Simon Suo, Abbas Sadat, Bin Yang, Sergio Casas, Raquel Urtasun (CVPR 2019, oral)

IntentNet: Learning to Predict Intention from Raw Sensor Data

Sergio Casas, Wenjie Luo, Raquel Urtasun (CORL 2018, spotlight)