Visual computing research seminars
The VLunch meeting is a regular event to discuss research of interest to the Visual Computing Group.
Seminars will be held at 11:10 in Room S/3.21, Queen's Buildings (South).
All are welcome to attend. More seminars will be added to the list throughout the year so please check back regularly.
|3 October 2018||Juncheng Liu|
Peking University, China
|Image driven co-segmentation of 3D models|
|10 October 2018||Hui Huang Zhao|
HengYang Normal University, China
|Image style transfer using deep CNNs|
|17 October 2018||Dietmar Saupe|
University of Konstanz, Germany
|KonIQ-10k: An ecologically valid database for deep learning of blind image quality assessment|
|24 October 2018||Zeliang Wang||Polynomial matrix eigenvalue decomposition techniques for multichannel signal processing|
|31 October 2018||Yuhua Li||Novelty detection: Know unknowns from knowns|
|7 November 2018||Nicholas Wardhana|
Welsh School of Architecture
|Topologic: A toolkit for spatial and topological architectural modelling and exploration|
|14 November 2018||Thomas Hartley||Pruning convolutional neural networks|
|21 November 2018||Bailin Deng||Anderson acceleration for geometry optimization and physics simulation|
|28 November 2018||Aled Owen||Where is the ball? Self-supervised representations for team sports|
|5 December 2018||Jing Wu||Seeing the unseen: Locating objects from visual reflections|
|12 December 2018||Alexia Zoumpoulaki||Exploiting visual attention|
Please direct all questions about this research seminar programme to: