24 August 2015, TUM Main Campus, Room EG.120 Deep Learning: What's the buzz all about and harnessing the power of self hierarchical learning Deep learning has been extensively used to efficiently solve and provide state of art solutions to problems like handwritten character recognition, speech recognition, lexical ordered speech synthesis, object and product recognition, image retrieval, content filtering, product visibility tracking, computational medical imaging. This workshop will focus on the buzz around this topic and how firm does the buzz hold on to the claims it boasts of? Also we would host a hands-on tutorial with implementing a deep network using auto encoders for solving the hand-written digit recognition problem.
21 August 2015, 03.13.010 A Residual Approach to Multi-agent Fault Detection and Isolation Using Asynchronous Belief Propagation for Fault-free Modelling of a Naval Vessel's Chilled Water System The requirements of fault diagnosis and isolation (FDI) for fully or semi-autonomous systems that must operate for long durations in adverse conditions outstrips the capacity of centralized monolithic approaches. Multi-agent FDI (MAFDI) is a means of addressing the need by placing the workload across many components. This work proposes a fault-free model of a system’s configuration. A controller combines the configuration estimate with its local knowledge of previous commands and control objectives to create a fault assessment. The fault-free model is implemented using strictly local belief propagation messages over a factor graph. The model is tested on a simulation of a testbed for a naval vessel’s chilled water fluid system.
18 August 2015, CAMP won Prostate Cancer DREAM challenge Members of the Chair of Computer Aided Medical Procedures (CAMP) participated in the Prostate Cancer DREAM challenge and were able to win one of three subchallenges.
24 July 2015, Technische Universität München, Arcistr. 21, Munich Computer Vision and Medical Image Analysis Meetup Munich The second meeting of the 'Computer Vision and Medical Image Analysis Meetup' group of Munich will take place on the 24th July 2015 in room EG.0120 of the main building of the technical university of Munich in Arcistr. 21. This meeting is endorsed by CAMP and its purpose is to bring together enthusiasts, professionals, researchers and students to discuss about recent advancements in the field of computer vision and medical image analysis.
6 October 2015, Munich 10 papers accepted at MICCAI 2015 Ten papers of our chair will be presented at the 18th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Interventions (MICCAI 2015). All papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings in the format of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCR), October 2015.
30 September 2015, Fukuoka (Japan) Nine papers accepted at ISMAR 2015 At this year's International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR) we got nine papers accepted. Three of them are accepted as oral presentations and six as extended poster presentations. ISMAR is held in Fukuoka (Japan) this year.
7 September 2015, Four papers accepted at BMVC (British Machine Vision Conference) We proudly announce that four of our recent works in the field of computer vision have been accepted at the British Machine Vision Conference in Swansea, UK. Out of the 553 total submissions to BMVC this year, only 185 papers have been selected to be presented during the conference that will take place from the 7th to the 10th of September of this year.