|'STaR: Smart Transport and Roads' by Dr Gleen Geers of National ICT Australia, 19th Oct 2006 More information.|
|'3D Object recognition with local features' by Dr Francesca Odone of the University of Genova, 8th May 2006 More information.|
|'Continuous Parallax Adjustment for 3D-TV' by Mr Andrea Colombari of the University of Verona, 2nd Dec 2005..|
|'PLUS Factorisation of Matrices,' by Dr. Pengwei Hao of Queen Mary, University of London, 8th Jun 2005..|
|An informal talk entitled 'Some thoughts on Feature Selection' by Professor Alessandro Verri of the Department of Computer Science, University of Genoa, Italy. 4th March 2005.|
'Multi-view temporal tracking under weak perspective in real-time' by Alex Po Leung.|
'Why do we need robust computer vision?' by Alessio Del Bue.
'Extracting and Quantifying the Significant Information from Video' by Hayley Hung.
'Hallucinating Multiple Occluded Face Images of Different Resolutions' by Chris Jia Kui.
'Robust facial expression recognition using local binary patterns' by Caifeng Shan.
'Computer Generated Aesthetically Pleasing Images' by Milan Verma.
'An adaptive background model based on co-occurrence and incremental learning' by David Russell.
'Latent Space Analysis in the problem of image annotation' by Yong Wang.
4th Annual Postgraduate Conference in Computer Science. February 2005, Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London. More Information
|'Learning from Examples as an Inverse Problem' by Lorenzo Rosasco of the Department of Computer Science, Universita' di Genova, Italy. November 29th 2004. More information.|
|'3D Reconstruction based on interval analysis' by Ms Michela Farenzena of the University of Verona, June 28th 2004 More information.|
|'Learning to describe human activity and body pose from images' by Dr Stephen McKenna of the University of Dundee, June 23rd 2004. More information.|
|'A Simulation of Cognitive Human Vision' by Dr David Sheerin of QinetiQ, 17th May 2004. Followed by a short talk on 'Quantifying Temporal Saliency' by Ms Hayley Hung of the Queen Mary Vision Laboratory. More information on both.|
|'Activity Based Surveillance Video Segmentation' by Dr Tao Xiang of the Queen Mary Vision Laboratory. 24th March 2004. BMVA symposium on Spatio Temporal Image Processing. More information.|
|'From Science Fiction to Reality, Computer Vision Serving the Society' an inaugaral lecture by Professor Shaogang Gong of the Queen Mary Vision Laboratory. 19th February 2004. More information.|
|'Ontology-driven Inference and Fusion for Image and Video Analysis' by Christopher Town, University of Cambridge and AT&T Labs Research. 28th January 2004. More information.|
|'Graph-spectal Methods for Computer Vision' by Dr Antonio Robles-Kelly of the Department of Computer Science, The University of York. 8th December 2003. More information.|
|'A range of Real time video processing on a dedicated low power video processor' by Dr David Sinclair of Alphamosaic Ltd, Science Park, Milton Rd, Cambridge. 3rd December 2003. More information.|
|'Application of Fisher Information to Line Detection' by Professor Steve Maybank of Birkbeck College, University of London. 26th November 2003. More information.|
'Activity based video indexing' by Andrew Graves. |
'Tracking and Synthesis of Facial Expressions across large Viewsphere of Virtual 3D Views' by Lukasz Zalewski.
'Non-rigid 3D shape recovery using factorization' by Alessio Del Bue.
'Towards Modelling the Semantics of Natural Human Body Movement' by Hayley Hung.
3rd Annual Postgraduate Conference in Computer Science, at Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London. More information.
|'Extending approximated maximum likelihood estimators for Computer Vision' by Dr Anton Van den Hengel, Department of Computer Science, University of Adelaide (Australia). 24th September 2003. More information.|
|'A Prototype Face Recognition System for Indexing of Unconstrained Video' by Dr Simon Clippingdale of NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) Science & Technology Research Labs. 17th September 2003. More information.|
|'Active Control of Zoom' by Dr Benjamin Tordoff of the Active Vision Laboratory, Robotics Research Group, University of Oxford. 9th June 2003. More information.|
|'Wearable Visual Robots' by Walterio W. Mayol-Cuevas of the Active Vision Lab, Dep. Engineering Science, University of Oxford. 17th February 2003. More information.|
Our address and details on how to get here can be found here. Details on the other seminars held within our department are here.
If you are interested in presenting your work to the group then please contact Dr Fabrizio Smeraldi.
|Updated May 2007|