DescriptionNetworking workshop hosted by Queen's University, Belfast, in collaboration with the University of Surrey and funded by the Turing Network Award.
With around 100 people in attendance, 27 poster presenters, and 16 speakers, this event saw a wider range of disciplines, industries, and perspectives share ideas and identify opportunities.
Keynote talk: Prof Anna Scaife, "AI for discovery in data intensive astrophysics"
Prof Yang Gao: "Robotic Vision for Space Applications"
Dr Zhenhua Feng: "2D & 3D Shape Recovery of Deformable Objects"
Dr Chantelle Niblock: "Undocumented Drawings: Harnessing AI to Classify Historic Drawings and Engage Audiences in Museum Collections"
Dr Jesús Martínez del Rincón: "Video-based semantic analysis for crowded rail stations"
Dr Yasmine Makhlouf: "Applications of image segmentation in digital pathology: a roadmap"
Dr Paul Miller: "FlockFocus"
Dr Mark Lennox: "Modern Pose Estimation in Agriculture: Benchmarking Top-down and Bottom-up Methods" (CattleEye)
Dr Faris Elghaish: "Pose estimation using deep learning for construction site management"
Dr Georgiana Ifrim/Dr Timilehin Aderinola: "Video-based exercise classification via body pose tracking and scalable multivariate time series classifiers"
Dr Oscar Mendez Maldonado: "How do Robots See? Vision for Robotics and Autonomous Vehicles"
Prof Mauro Paternostro: "AI-based quantum imaging"
Dr Jia-Rey Chang: "VR = Void Rooms"
Dr Shaojun Bian: "A.I. Future of Moving People"
Dr Andrew Gilbert: "Mix-and-Match: Text and Visual Prompts in Pose Guided Human Image Generation"
|Period||13 Jun 2023|
|Degree of Recognition||National|