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Acquisition of 3D Shape from Uncalibrated Video

Speaker:Prof. Roberto Cipolla,University of Cambridge

Biography
Roberto Cipolla obtained a B.A. (Engineering) from the University of Cambridge in 1984 and an M.S.E. (Electrical Engineering) from the University of Pennsylvania in 1985. From 1985 to 1988 he studied and worked in Japan at the Osaka University of Foreign Studies (Japanese Language) and Electrotechnical Laboratory.

In 1991 he was awarded a D.Phil. (Computer Vision) from the University of Oxford and from 1991-92 was a Toshiba Fellow and engineer at the Toshiba Corporation Research and Development Centre in Kawasaki, Japan. He joined the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge in 1992 as a Lecturer and a Fellow of Jesus College. He became a Reader in Information Engineering in 1997 and a Professor in 2000.

His research interests are in computer vision and robotics and include the recovery of motion and 3D shape of visible surfaces from image sequences; object detection and recognition; novel man-machine interfaces using hand, face and body gestures; real-time visual tracking for localisation and robot guidance; aplications of computer vision in mobile phones, visual inspection and image-retrieval and video search. He has authored 3 books, edited 7 volumes and co-authored more than 300 papers.

 

 

Detection and tracking of multiple,interacting people

Speaker:Prof. Larry S. Davis, University of Maryland

Biography
Larry S. Davis received the BA degree from Colgate University in 1970 and the MS and PhD degrees in computer science from the University of Maryland in 1974 and 1976, respectively. From 1977 to 1981, he was an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas, Austin. He returned to the University of Maryland as an associate professor in 1981. From 1985 to 1994, he was the director of the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. He is currently a professor at the Institute and the Computer Science Department, as well as chair of the Computer Science Department. He was named a fellow of the IEEE in 1997.

 
 

 

Image-based Modeling

Speaker:Prof. Long Quan, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Biography
Long Quan is Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Prior to joining the HKUST in 2001, he has been a French CNRS research scientist at INRIA in Grenoble since 1991.

 

Long Quan's research interests focus on 3D reconstruction, structure from motion, and image-based modeling. He has served as an Associate Editor of PAMI (IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence) and a Regional Editor of IVC (Image and Vision Computing Journal ), and is currently an editorial board member of IJCV (the International Journal of Computer Vision), ELCVIA (the Electronic Letters on Computer Vision and Image Analysis), MVA (Machine Vision and Applications) and    Foundations and Trends in Computer Graphics and Vision . He has been actively involved in ICCV (International Conference on Computer Vision), ECCV (European Conference on Computer Vision), and CVPR (IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition) and ICPR (IAPR International Conference on Pattern Recognition). He served as a Program Co-Chair of ICPR 2006 Computer Vision and Image Analysis, and is a General Co-Chair of the coming ICCV 2011 in Barcelona.

Long Quan graduated from Northern Jiaotong University in 1984, and obtained his Master Degree in 1986 and Ph.D. in 1989 both in Computer Science from INPL-CNRS-INRIA, France.