We had a sequence of great results at RECOD in the past few days :
- A CNPq “Universal” Project coordinated by Prof. Siome Goldenstein —”Graph-Signal Processing for Semi-Supervised Learning” — was accepted at “Grade C” (the largest) ;
- Prof. Anderson Rocha has been appointed associated editor at IEEE TIFS — IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security ;
- A CAPES “Pro-Forensics” Project, coordinated by Prof. Anderson Rocha, Prof. William Schwartz (DCC / UFMG) and Jorge Lambert (National Institute of Criminalistics) was accepted (more about this project in a later post) ;
Also very nice : RECOD student Allan Pinto was elected as a member of UNICAMP highest representation council (CONSU).
Those news couldn’t come in a better moment : RECOD has just completed its fifth year this November.
More the reason to celebrate !