Complementary to the main program of the 2010 Sino-USA Summer School in Vision, Learning, and Pattern Recognition, this one day workshop brings together world-class researchers in computer vision, machine learning, and pattern recognition from leading industrial research labs in China, USA and Japan, etc.. In this workshop, the students will have the opportunity to interact with these leading researchers and be immersed with cutting-edge research work in computer vision and machine learning that are oriented for a wide spectrum of real-world applications.
Dr. Gang Hua, IBM Research T. J Watson Center
Chair's opening speech
"Human activity analysis for multimedia collaboration", Dr. Zicheng Liu, Microsoft Research
"Probabilistic Graphical Models and Their Applications in Computer Vision", Prof. Qiang Ji, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
"Future mobile user interface technologies", Dr. Kongqiao Wang, Nokia Research Center Beijing
"Discovering and Tracking patterns: perception of spatiotemporal varying structures", Prof. Yanxi Liu, Penn State University
"Feature learning for object recognition and image classification", Dr. Kai Yu, NEC Labs USA
"Overview of Research in MSRA Visual Computing Group", Prof. Yi Ma, Microsoft Research Asia/University of Illionois
"Video retargeting using spatio-temporal segmentation", Dr. Mei Han, Google Research
"Visually Indexing the world's videos", Dr. Gang Hua, IBM Research T. J Watson Center
"Image Search", Prof. Qi Tian, University of Texas, San Antonio
"Face detection and recognition: from algorithm to LSI for digital camera", Mr. Shihong Lao, Omron
Topic: "Academia v.s. Industry: Different Career Paths of Computer Vision Research"
Panel Chair: Prof. Song-Chun Zhu, University of California, Los Angeles
Panelist: ALL INVITED SPEAKERS
Please email the workshop chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.