Congratulations to AIML PhD student Wei Yin who's work is in the top 2% of all papers accepted by CVPR!
Researchers from AIML have 28 papers accepted for presentation at the virtual CVPR (Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition) conference coming up in June 2021. This further solidifies AIML's ranking of 2nd in the world for computer vision research published over the last 5 years.
A surgeon, an engineer and a PhD student walk into a virtual classroom. This is Robotic Vision Summer School
Sixteen graduate students and industry professionals attended the South Australian node of the 2021 Robotic Vision Summer School, held at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) at the University of Adelaide over January 31 to February 5.
Dr Zygmunt Szpak recently attended the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics 2018 in Warsaw, Poland. He was invited to deliver the plenary talk based on his research paper A Comprehensive Image Formation Model as a Tool for Parameter Estimation at the Limits of Resolution. Read it .
Double congratulations to our PhD student Zhipeng Cai who had two first-authored papers accepted as oral presentations at the European Conference on Computer Vision in Munich, Germany (and presented them back to back!). Congrats also to his supervisor, Dr Tat-Jun Chin.
The AIML (formally ACVT) has had 10 journal articles published in IEEE Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, and 28 papers in the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, in the 16 months since January 2015.
In another indication that the Machine Learning behind most Computer Vision Problems has more general applicability, we have just had a paper accepted which shows that the approach we developed for pedestrian detection achieves the world’s best performance in predicting protein-protein interactions.