Category Archives: Keynotes

Courses and Keynotes offered by or at RECOD

Talk: Alex Kot from NTU, Singapore

The first DéjàVu invited talked happened this week, on Nov. 27th, at IC/Unicamp. In his talk, Prof. Alex Kot, director of ROSE Lab at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, presented the most relevant ongoing research project at the Rapid-Rich Object … Continue reading

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1st Advanced Computing Workshop

The 1st Advanced Computing Workshop, which is in partnership with the Army Research Office/US, took place in São Paulo on November 13th, 2017. In the video below, Prof. Anderson Rocha explains how three RECOD’s projetcs, DeepEyes, MediFor and DéjàVu, are … Continue reading

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Talk: Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies: Challenges and Research Opportunities

Next Friday, on October 20th, Prof. Ricardo Torres will talk about Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies: Challenges and Research Opportunities at the Workshop on Pattern Recognition for Earth Observation in conjunction with the SIBGRAPI 2017 – Conference on … Continue reading

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Talk: Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies

Tomorrow, on Oct 6th 2017 at 14h IC/Unicamp auditorium, Prof. Ricardo Torres will give a talk about Remote Sensing Image Analysis in Phenology Studies. The talk is part of the Institute of Computing weekly seminars series of 2017. Title: Remote … Continue reading

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Talk: Sensitive-Video Analysis

This week, on July 6th, Daniel Moreira will talk about his doctoral research entitle “Sensitive-Video Analysis” developed at RECOD under Prof. Anderson Rocha supervision. The talk will happen at Unicamp/IC-3 main auditorium at 2 pm. Currently, he is a postdoctoral … Continue reading

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Workshop about Ethics of Data at IC Unicamp

Looking to present and discuss the new directions about ethics of data, the Institute of Computing (Unicamp) hosted the first edition of the workshop about ethics of data. Organized by CEPID CCES (Prof. Munir Skaf and Profa. Cláudia Bauzer Medeiros), … Continue reading

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Talk: Multimedia Integrity Analytics

Today Prof. Anderson Rocha will give a talk at University of Kentucky about Multimedia Integrity Analytics. The talk is part of the university weekly seminars and presentation. Abstract: Currently, multimedia objects can be easily created, stored, (re)-transmitted, and edited for … Continue reading

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Talk: The brave new world of open-set recognition

Being part of a series of four talks that will be given at NTU Singapore, in this fourth talk Prof. Anderson Rocha (RECOD) explored the research field of Open-set Recognition. The talk comprises four parts, each of which lasting approximately … Continue reading

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Talk: Sensitive Video Analysis

Being part of a series of four talks that will be given at NTU Singapore, in this third talk Prof. Anderson Rocha (RECOD) explored the research field of Sensitive Video. Abstract: Sensitive video can be defined as any motion picture … Continue reading

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Talk: Leveraging Spatial, Spectral and Temporal Features for Spoofing Detection in Images and Videos

Being part of a series of four talks that will be given at NTU Singapore, in this second talk Prof. Anderson Rocha (RECOD) will explore the research field of Spoofing Detection in Images and Videos. Abstract: Recent advances on biometrics, … Continue reading

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