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2015年1月12日(星期一)学术报告:Data Driven Computer Vision


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时 间:2015年1月12日(星期一)上午10点
地 点:研究生楼101
报告人:Mei Chen, 副教授,美国纽约州立大学

题目:21世纪学科前沿”系列学术报告,Data Driven Computer Vision

 

报告摘要:The past fifteen years have seen a revolution in computer vision and biomedical image analysis which has come from embracing data as the primary source of information in solving complex inference problems. The spatio-temporal structure of a class of images, whether is it food items or live cells in a Petri dish, can be implicitly constrained and defined by a well-chosen annotated dataset. This paradigm has led to impressive gains in a number of key areas, due in part to the power of modern machine learning methods when applied to big data. In this talk I will describe my work on data-driven inference for image classification, event detection, and object recognition. A consistent thread in my work is the incorporation of key insights from the problem domain which constrain and bias the learning problem, and lead to effective performance. I will demonstrate this paradigm for a range of applications.

 

报告人简介:Mei Chen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Informatics at the University of Albany State University of New York. She was the Intel Principal Investigator for the Intel Science & Technology Center on Embedded Computing that was headquartered at Carnegie Mellon University bringing together researchers from Cornell, Intel, Georgia Tech, Penn State, UC Berkeley, UIUC, and UPenn. Previously she held research and research lead positions at Intel Labs, HP Labs, and Sarnoff Corporation. Mei’s work in computer vision and biomedical imaging were nominated finalists for 5 Best Paper Awards and won 3. While at HP Labs, she successfully transferred her research in computational photography to 5 HP hardware and software products. She earned a Ph.D. in Robotics from the School of Computer Science at  Carnegie Mellon University, and a M.S. and B.S. from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.

 



作者:宋浩