Boa noite! Algumas novidades sobre o mini-curso. Todas as aulas e o
seminário serão disponibilizados via youtube neste canal no horário
O seminário será na sala B144, sexta-feira, 29/6, 14h
Title: Towards More Robust Outdoor Compute Vision: A Case Study on Haze
While many sophisticated models are developed for visual information
processing, very few pay attention to their usability in the presence
of data quality degradations. Most successful models are trained and
evaluated on high quality visual datasets. On the other hand, the
robustness of those computer vision models are often not assured in
degraded visual environments. Especially for outdoor scenarios. low
target resolution, occlusion, motion blur, missing data, poor light,
and bad weather conditions, are all ubiquitous for visual recognition
in the wild. In this talk, I will use haze as a case example, to
introduce our progress on handling non-standard outdoor visual
degradations, using deep learning methods. I will go through first
single image dehazing, follow by video dehazing, then coming to
introduce our recent benchmarking and evaluation efforts.
Nesta semana e na próxima (21/6-29/6) teremos a visita de um
pesquisador da Texas A&M University, o Zhangyang (Atlas) Wang, que
trabalha com visão computacional, multimedia e aprendizado de máquina.
A visita dele incluirá a continuação de uma colaboração com o grupo de
visão do IME, conversas com eventuais interessados em ampliar a
colaboração com a TAMU, um mini-curso de quatro aulas e um seminário.
As aulas do mini-curso serão na sala _144 do bloco B_ nos seguintes
horários (peço encarecidamente que, quem for participar, seja
Segunda, 25/6, 10h
Terça, 26/6, 8h30
Quarta, 27/6, 8h30
Quinta, 28/6, 10h
Segue abaixo um resumo do curso e uma pequena biografia do Atlas.
"In this short course, I will start by introducing the basic ideas of
deep learning, and go through a number popular deep architectures for
image processing and computer vision. I will then present an overview
of how deep learning has advanced the state-of-the-arts for a vast
range of image processing and computer vision applications, including
image denoising, image deblurring, image super resolution, object
detection and recognition, image dehazing, and so on. Latest research
trends will be summarized and discussed Following those, I will
discuss our recent study on how we could achieve a unified pipeline
solution for visual analytics in visually degraded environments,
including the challenges, existing efforts, and broad applications."
Dr. Zhangyang (Atlas) Wang is an Assistant Professor of Computer
Science and Engineering (CSE), at the Texas A&M University (TAMU).
During 2012-2016, he was a Ph.D. student in the Electrical and
Computer Engineering (ECE) Department, at the University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), working with Professor Thomas S. Huang.
Prior to that, he obtained the B.E. degree at the University of
Science and Technology of China (USTC), in 2012. He was a former
research intern with Microsoft Research (summer 2015), Adobe Research
(summer 2014), and US Army Research Lab (summer 2013). Dr. Wang’s
research has been addressing machine learning, computer vision and
multimedia signal processing problems, as well as their
interdisciplinary applications, using advanced feature learning and
optimization techniques. He has co-authored over 40 papers, and
published several books and chapters. He has been granted 3 patents,
and has received around 20 research awards and scholarships. He served
as a guest editor for IEEE TNNLS and EURASIP JASP/JBSB; an Area Chair
for WACV 2019 and ICIP 2017; a TPC co-chair for ICCV AMFG 2017; a
special session co-chair for VCIP 2017; a tutorial organizer/speaker
in SIAM IS 2018, CVPR 2017 and ECCV 2016; a workshop organizer in IEEE
FG, IJCAI and SDM; and a regular reviewer or TPC member for over 40
top journals and conferences. His research has been covered by
worldwide media, such as BBC, Fortune, International Business Times,
TAMU news, and UIUC news & alumni magazine.
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