Congratulations to the ACVT and research colleagues who have had 10 papers accepted at this year’s CVPR conference, to be held in Portland, USA in June 2013.
In addition, well done to Peng Wang, Chunhua Shen and Ian Reid who have had oral presentations accepted at this year’s conference.
Below are a list of the accepted papers:
Well done on the following ARC 2013 grants that were recently awarded:
Prof Ian Reid and Dr Anthony Dick have secured $358,000 of ARC funding over the next three years for the below DP:
Title: Recognising and reconstructing objects in real time from a moving camera
Prof David Suter and Dr TJ Chin along with a number more »
Well done to Anders who has been awarded $375,000 of DECRA funding through the ARC in the 2013 round!! This is a fabulous result for Anders, congratulations!
Title: Distributed Large-Scale Optimisation Methods in Computer Vision
Project Summary: With the number of images and videos available over the internet reaching billions and growing, the need for new tools for more »
This Friday, 7th September 2012, we welcome Prof Konrad Schindler from ETH Zurich. He will be presenting the below seminar at 3.10pm in Room 5.57.
TITLE: Monocular 3D Estimation With Deformable Object Models
ABSTRACT :Monocular 3D reconstruction is a geometrically ill-defined problem. Still, it can be accomplished when prior knowledge about the observed objects is more »
On Wednesday we welcome Dr Edwin Meyer, from Baldwin Wallace University in Ohio, USA, who will be delivering the below seminar. All interested are welcome to attend.
Date: Wednesday 22nd August 2012
Venue: Ingkarni Wardli Building, B17 Teaching Suite 1
Title: The solution to the Two-Envelope Paradox
Abstract: The Two Envelope Paradox – more »
On Thursday we welcome Daniel Moody, Director of Ozemantics, a Sydney-based information management consultancy firm, who will be delivering the below seminar. All interested are welcome to attend the seminar.
Date: 23rd August 2012
Venue: Barr Smith South 3022 Polygon Lecture Theatre
Title: The “Physics” of Notations: A Scientific Approach to Designing Visual more »
All interested are welcome to attend the below seminar:
Time/Date: Friday 10th August 2012, at 3.05pm.
Venue: B21, Teaching Suite 5 – Ingarkni Wardli Building
Title: Robust 3D optic flow estimation with direct smoothing control
Abstract: Complexities of dynamic volumetric imaging challenge the available computer vision techniques on a number of different fronts. In this more »
Congratulations to Prof Anton van den Hengel, Dr Chunhua Shen and Dr Javen Shi who have successfully secured an ARC Linkage Grant, worth $510,000!
Partner Organisation: LBT Innovations Ltd
Title: Scalable classification for massive datasets: randomised algorithms
Project Summary: The project will develop multi-class classification technologies capable of distinguishing between tens of thousands of classes, more »
Congratulations to Dr Chunhua Shen who has successfully secured a prestigious ARC Future Fellowship, worth $644,000 over the next five years! Well done!
Title: Continuously Learning to See
Project Summary: The ultimate goal of computer vision is to make a machine able to understand the world through analysis of images or videos. The new machine learning more »
Dr Patrick Ndjiki-Nya from the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany, will be presenting the below seminar today. Please feel free to attend.
The seminar will be held at 11.10am in the basement, Ingkarni Wardli Building, B21, Teaching Suite 5.
Bio: Dr. Patrick Ndjiki-Nya received the Dipl.-Ing. title (corr. to M.S degree) from the Technical more »