Our workshop proposal on large-scale human activity understanding was accepted to CVPR2016. We will be releasing the results of the 1st annual ActivityNet challenge during the workshop. This venue allows researchers in the field to evaluate their activity classification and detection techniques on a large-scale benchmark of in-the-wild video sequences.
Two IVUL Ph.D. students (Fabian Caba and Victor Escorcia) participate in the annual MSR Summer School.
Hachid won the award for the Venture pitch with the best business plan at the Fifth Annual Vision Industry and Entrepreneur Workshop (VIEW) 2016.
Ghanem works in the Visual Computing Center (VCC) and is interested in computer vision, image processing, and machine learning.