The 7th International Conference on Signal Image Technology & Internet Based Systems (SITIS 2011), Dijon, France
Sabine Süsstrunk gave a keynote entitled “RGB+ – Exploiting Near-Infrared to Advance Computational Photography and Computer Vision.”
Our collaborative research with NUS on Radiometric Calibration for Color Computer Vision was presented as a poster.
Sabine Süsstrunk gave an invited lecture on “RGB+ – Exploiting Near-Infrared to Advance Computational Photography and Computer Vision.”
We presented three papers: “Correlation-based Joint Acquisition and Demosaicing of Visible and Near-infrared Images”, “Removing Shadows from Images Using Color and Near-infrared”, and “Multispectral Interest Points for RGB-NIR Image Registration”.
joins IVRG as PhD research assistant. Welcome, Wojciech!
successfully passed his PhD candidacy exam. Congratulations, Gökhan!
Neda Salamati presented her paper “Combining Visible and Near-Infrared Cues for Image Categorisation,” which is joint work with D. Larlus and G. Csurka from Xerox Research Europe.
AdImpact, the start-up of Radhakrishna Achanta and Appu Shaji, receives the NCCR MICS Spin Fund support. Congratulations, RK and Appu!
joins IVRG for a three months Post-Doc.
Sabine Süsstrunk was elected Conference Vice-President and Member of the Board of the Society of Imaging Science and Technology (2011-2013).
IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), Colorado Springs, USA
Matthew Brown presented our work on “Multispectral SIFT for Scene Category Recognition” and “Spatio-Chromatic Decorrelation by Shift-Invariant Filtering”.
won First Prize for her research and presentation at the Xerox Research Centre Europe intern day. Congratulations, Neda!
Neda Salamati started her internship at Xerox Research Centre Europe in Grenoble, France, Albrecht Lindner his internship at OCE Print Logic Technologies in Créteil, France, and Sabine Süsstrunk her one semester sabbatical in the US.
We presented three papers at the Color Imaging XVI, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XVI, and the Digital Photography VII conferences. Sabine Süsstrunk was the General Chair of the Symposium.
successfully defended his thesis Finding Objects of Interest in Images using Saliency and Superpixels. Congratulations, Dr. RK!
gave an invited talk about the future of photography at the 10th anniversary of Image Engineering Gmbh in Cologne, Germany.