The deadline for the Special Issue on Abnormal Behavior Analysis to be published in the Machine Vision and Applications Journal is approaching with manuscript due date February 8. Kamal Nasrollahi and Thomas Moeslund will be a part of the guest editors. More information can be found here.
VAP is co-organizing the 4th International Workshop on Computer Vision in Sports (CVsports) in conjunction with CVPR 2018 in Salt Lake City, USA, June 2018. Read more about the workshop: http://www.vap.aau.dk/cvsports/
On November 24th 2017, Ramin Irani successfully defended his PhD thesis: “Computer Vision-Based Methods for Detectin and Measurement of Psychophysiological Indicators”.
Sergio Escalera Guerrero has been appointed honorary associate professor at the Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology at the Technical Faculty of IT and Design at Aalborg University.
VAP is co-organising three workshops in conjunction with CVPR 2017, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 2017.
“Deep-Vision: Deep Learning in Computer Vision (4th Edition) – Temporal Deep Learning”, “Traffic Surveillance Workshop and Challenge”, and 3rd IEEE International Workshop on Computer Vision in Sports (CVsports)
On December 8th 2016, Huamin Ren successfully defended her PhD thesis: “Understanding behaviors in video – from feature extraction to sparse representation and deep neural networks for classification”.
VAP is co-organising the 2nd workshop on face and facial expression recognition (FFER) from real world videos in conjunction with ICPR 2016, Cancun, Mexico, Dec. 4th 2016.
Read more at http://www.vap.aau.dk/ffer16/
On March 1st 2016, Rasmus Skovgaard Andersen successfully defended his PhD thesis: “Facilitating Programming of Vision‐Equipped Robots through Robotic Skills and Projection Mapping”.
Rasmus has been supervised by Ole Madsen, head of the Robotics and Automation group, and Thomas Moeslund, head of Visual Analysis of People lab.
Two VGIS master students are developing computer vision solutions for automatic detection of people falling into the harbour. Their test recordings were covered by Danish TV:
On November 26th 2015, Andreas Møgelmose successfully defended his PhD thesis: “Visual Analysis in Traffic & Re-identification”.
Andreas will continue in our lab as a PostDoc.