<center><span>Seminar in Computer Vision - Fall 2016</span></center>

Seminar in Computer Vision - Fall 2016

This weekly seminar will focus on broad research issues in image analysis, computer vision, and pattern recognition, artifical intelligence and robotics. The purpose of the seminar is to provide the participants with the understanding of current research in these areas, as well as to promote greater awareness and interaction between multiple research groups within USF and in Tampa Bay area. The format of the course is informal. Scheduled presentation by participants and invited speakers are followed by question and answer period. The seminar is open to all students interested in image analysis research. Faculty and researchers interested in the image analysis are invited to attend.

Time: 1:00-2:00pm, Friday, Room: ENB 313
Faculty coordinator : Dmitry Goldgof office: ENB 326
Phone: (813) 974-4055 email goldgof@mail.usf.edu

Date Name Topic
08/26/2016 Organizational Meeting
09/02/2016 Cancelled Due to Inclement Weather
09/09/2016 Saurabh Hinduja Pedestrian detection in low quality moving camera videos
09/16/2016 Gabriele Piantadosi Breast Cancer Analysis in DCE-MRI
09/23/2016 Hamidreza Farhidzadeh A Quantitative Histogram-based Approach to Predict Treatment Outcome for Soft Tissue Sarcomas Using Pre- and Post-treatment MRIs
09/30/2016 Dmitry Cherezov  Improving malignancy prediction through feature selection informed by nodule size ranges in NLST
10/07/2016 Mona Fathollahi On Modeling of human dynamics
10/14/2016 Dr. Paul Rosen Exploring Applications of Persistent Homology in Signal and Image Processing
10/21/2016 Dr. Ashwin Parthasarathy Novel strategies for biomedical imaging
10/28/2016 Fillipe de Souza Semantic Descriptions for Videos
11/04/2016 Sathyanarayanan Aakur Event Detection and Segmentation
11/11/2016 Veteran's Day Holiday
11/18/2016 Rajmadhan Ekambaram Title: Random Label Noise Cannot Elude Active Cleaning with SVM
11/25/2016 Thanksgiving Holiday

The proceedings of the Spring 2016 class can be found here

The proceedings of the Fall 2015 class can be found here

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Email saakur@mail.usf.edu