<center><span>Seminar in Computer Vision - Fall 2017</span></center>

Seminar in Computer Vision - Fall 2017

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 : Shaun Canavan office: ENB 315
Email scanavan@usf.edu

Date Name Topic
Organizational Meeting
09/01/2017 Renhao Liu GAIVI: introducing our massively parallel computing cluster
09/22/2017 Rahul Paul Predicting Malignant Nodules by Fusing Deep Features with Classical Radiomics Features
09/29/2017 Earnest Hansley Combining Deep Learning and Hand-Crafted Features to Improve Unconstrained Ear Recognition
10/06/2017 Dmitry Cherezov Using Circular Harmonic Wavelet Features for Heterogeneity Analysis in Lung Cancer
10/13/2017 Chih-Yun Pai PrUMS: Automatic Pressure Ulcer Measuring System Using 3D Camera
10/20/2017 Mustafa Hajij Recent development in Topological data analysis and applications to image understanding
11/03/2017 Dr. Rangachar Kasturi
Graphics Recognition: A Historical Perspective and Recent Advances
11/10/2017 Veterans Day - No Session
11/17/2017 Ghada Alzamzi Automated Analysis of Infant Pain
11/24/2017 Thanksgiving - No Session
12/01/2017 Ahmad Jelodar Event recognition in video using functional object oriented network

The proceedings of the Spring 2017 class can be found here
The proceedings of the Fall 2016 class can be found here
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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