Prof van den Hengel is in Paris in July 2011 speaking at the Vanguard private strategic technology conference. The Vanguard board (who invite speakers) includes Prof Nicholas Negroponte, of the One Laptop per Child Project, and Gordon Bell most recently of Microsoft. Prof van den Hengel will speak on Real-time Imaging. From the conference web site […]
Prof van den Hengel will visit China’s National Laboratory for Pattern Recognition in early June to give a seminar and identify opportunities for collaboration. According to their web site The National Laboratory of Pattern Recognition (NLPR) at the Institute of Automation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences （CAS）, was established in 1987 to become one of the […]
ACVT researchers have had 5 papers accepted to The International Conference on Computer Vision 2011, which will be held in Barcelona in November.
The members of the ACVT have had 7 papers accepted to this year’s CVPR. CVPR is one of the top 2 conferences in Computer Vision, receives over 1,500 submissions per year, and has an acceptance rate of around 25%. Having had 7 papers accepted must be some kind of a record.
The paper Real-time Modelling for AR Applications won second prize in the best paper awards at the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality 2010 in Seoul, Korea. The paper describes a method for generating 3D models of objects which requires minimal user interaction. The motivation was the desire to allow users to create special […]
Our paper Efficient Computation of Robust Low-Rank Matrix Approximations in the Presence of Missing Data using the L1 Norm, Anders Eriksson and Anton van den Hengel, 2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2010), June 2010, San Francisco, USA, IEEE 2009 won the CVPR’10 best paper award. There were almost 1750 submissions […]
Anton van den Hengel recently attended ISMAR 2009 in Orlando, Florida, presenting; In Situ Image-based Modeling by Anton van den Hengel, Rhys Hill, Ben Ward, and Anthony Dick.
Following DICTA, Rhys Hill attended WACV 2009 in Snowbird, Utah, presenting ‘Automatic Camera Placement for Large Scale Surveillance Networks’ by Anton van den Hengel, Rhys Hill, Ben Ward, Alex Cichowski, Henry Detmold, Chris Madden, Anthony Dick and John Bastian.
ACVT members Rhys Hill and Wojciech Chojnacki recently attended DICTA 2009 in Melbourne, presenting the papers: Measuring Latency for Video Surveillance Systems by Rhys Hill, Christopher Madden, Anton van den Hengel, Henry Detmold, and Anthony Dick. Multi-projective Parameter Estimation for Sets of Homogeneous Matrices by Wojciech Chojnacki, Rhys Hill, Anton van den Hengel, and Michael J. Brooks.
ACVT members have two papers at NIPS 2009: Positive Semidefinite Metric Learning with Boosting by Chunhua Shen, Junae Kim, Lei Wang, and Anton van den Hengel. The Ordered Residual Kernel for Robust Motion Subspace Clustering by Tat-Jun Chin, Hanzi Wang, and David Suter.