In its fifth edition, the International Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing (BASP) Frontiers workshop will welcome 100 participants to discuss topics in theoretical, astrophysical, and biomedical signal processing, with a particular focus on imaging. Prof. Paolo Favaro will give a talk titled “Blind Deconvolution: A Journey from Model-Based to Deep Learning Methods”. The workshop will be from January 3-8 2019 in Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland.
IEEE have recently organized a summer school on Light Field Data Representation, Interpretation and Compression and invited Prof. Paolo Favaro to give a talk. His presentation covered topics in light field processing such as depth estimation, extended depth of field, super resolution, reflection separation and motion deblurring. The school took place at Mid Sweden University in Sundsvall, Sweden during May 28 - June 1, 2018.
Professor Paolo Favaro and PhD student Mehdi Noroozi are invited to the Rank Prize Symposium on Computer Vision, which is to be held in Grasmere, England, from August 20-23. It will bring together 10 senior and 20 early career researchers to discuss the topic of geometry and uncertainty in deep learning for computer vision. Among the speakers are Alyosha Efros, Raquel Urtasun, Vladlen Koltun, Daniel Cremers, Paolo Favaro, Andrew Blake, Andrea Vedaldi, Andrew Zisserman and Alex Kendall.
Prof. Paolo Favaro was invited to give a talk at the International Computer Vision Summer School (ICVSS) that took place in Sicily, Italy. The topic of this year’s school was “Computer Vision after Deep Learning”. In his talk “Beyond Supervised Learning”, Prof. Favaro presented state-of-the-art methods to extract features from data without labels, and methods to disentangle factors of variation in the data. You can read the abstract here.
Recently, PhD student Simon Jenni visited the AI Summer School P.A.I.S.S. in Grenoble and received the award for best poster for his CVPR work Self-Supervised Feature Learning by Learning to Spot Artifacts. Congratulations!