Two papers accepted for publication at the 31st British Machine Vision Conference ( BMVC 2020):
(oral) M. Liu, X. Chen, Y. Zhang, Y. Li, & J. M. Rehg. Attention Distillation for Learning Video Representations ( Project Page) (poster) M.
The NIH announced that it is funding a new biomedical technology research center (BTRC), called the mHealth Center for Discovery, Optimization & Translation of Temporally-Precise Interventions ( mDOT). The $5.9M center is among the first two BTRCs to be funded in mobile health.
Two papers accepted for publication at the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition ( CVPR 20):
(poster) E. Chong, Y. Wang, N. Ruiz, and J. M. Rehg. Detecting Attended Visual Targets in Video ( Project Page) (poster) R.
Exciting talks on future of mHealth and wearables research. Great to see my fellow MD2K members Dr. Susan Murphy and Dr. Zhenke Wu in attendance.
One paper accepted for publication at the 33rd Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems ( NeurIPS 19):
W. Liu, Z. Liu, J. M. Rehg, and L. Song. Neural Similarity Learning.
One paper accepted for publication at the International Conference on 3D Vision ( 3DV 2019):
B. M. Smith, V. Chari, A. Agrawal, J. M. Rehg, and R. Sever. Towards Accurate 3D Human Body Reconstruction from Silhouettes.
Georgia Tech is partnering with Vanderbilt University and Cornell in developing training and assessment tools to support neurodiverse individuals in obtaining employment. Projects include VR-based interview training, assessment of job skills, and assessment of nonverbal communication skills in interview settings.
Four papers accepted for publication at the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition ( CVPR 2019):
(oral, best paper finalist) S. Stojanov, S. Mishra, N. A. Thai, N.