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Date10sep - 14All DayMICCAI 2017The 20th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention
Stephen Aylward, the MICCAI Society treasurer, will attend the event. He will be part of the Academia & Industry Networking Event on September 11, 2017, at 6 p.m. [...]
10 (Sunday) - 14 (Thursday) EST
900 Boulevard René-Lévesque E, Québec, QC G1R 2B5
The MICCAI Society
- National Center for Supercomputing Applications
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1205 W Clark St Urbana, Illinois, IL 6180113sep9:00 am- 6:00 pmJournée industrielle 2017
Hélène Grandmontagne, a business development engineer at Kitware SAS, will present "Kitware's open source tools for medical imaging" during the Session de présentations de projets, which will take [...]
Hélène Grandmontagne, a business development engineer at Kitware SAS, will present “Kitware’s open source tools for medical imaging” during the Session de présentations de projets, which will take place from 9:45 a.m. to lunch.
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 6:00 pm CEST
Domaine Lyon Saint Joseph, Allée Jean-Paul II, Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon, France
LabEx PRIMES/Université de Lyon14sepAll DayPoint-of-Care Ultrasound: Algorithms, Hardware, and ApplicationsA MICCAI 2017 Workshop
- China National Conventional Center
- No.7 Tianchen East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100105, China
The 2017 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2017) is fast approaching, and one of Kitware’s computer vision researchers, Dr. Zhaohui H. Sun, [...]
The 2017 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2017) is fast approaching, and one of Kitware’s computer vision researchers, Dr. Zhaohui H. Sun, will be in attendance! This event will be held in Beijing, China, September 17-20. It will “feature world-class speakers, tutorials, and industry sessions to create an excellent forum to foster innovation, entrepreneurship, and networking with academia and industry working in this field.”
Dr. Sun will present three papers in this selective international conference, sharing different techniques and novel methods for image processing. During his presentation “Reflection Correspondence for Exposing Photograph Manipulation,” he will discuss utilizing image reflections as a strong indicator of content manipulation. Image reflections are used because they are extremely difficult to fake, since they involve complicated interactions between surface materials, geometry and lighting. The proposed technique should be able to identify images and video that have been maliciously manipulated. Authors include Eric Wengrowski with Rutgers University, Dr. Sun and Dr. Anthony Hoogs.
Dr. Sun will also present “Compact Image Representation by Binary Component Analysis,“ a method for fractional dimension reduction and face representation. Authors for this paper are Dr. Sun and Dr. Hoogs. The novelty of this paper is an improvement over principal component analysis (PCA) based methods by using binary component analysis (BCA) as an alternative. Base vectors are restricted to binary values of +1 and -1, resulting in fractional dimension reduction and better face classification performance.
Finally, Dr. Sun will provide the presentation “Reconstruction of Highly Structured Image by Entropy Optimization.” This presentation will detail an image reconstruction approach that proposes entropy optimization as an alternative to the L0 and L1 optimization that is so widely used in compressive sensing. Dr. Sun will discuss two reconstruction algorithms based on this approach to address highly structured signals and images with multiple dominant modes.
Kitware’s computer vision team continuously delves into and applies computer vision and deep learning in order to develop and optimize innovative technologies that focuse on image and video processing. These techniques help to build tools and capabilities to support government and commercial customers, as well as to collaborate with the academic community. Focus areas such as image and video forensics, complex activity and threat detection, social multimedia analysis, super resolution and 3D vision all benefit from the research and development performed by the computer vision researchers at Kitware. In addition, the open-source image and video analytics platform, the KitWare Image and Video Exploitation and Retrieval (KWIVER) toolkit, provides the image processing community with an advanced collection of computer vision tools without restrictions.
Please reach out to Dr. Sun at email@example.com to schedule time to discuss computer vision and deep learning approaches to image processing at ICIP 2017.
17 (Sunday) - 20 (Wednesday)
China National Conventional Center
No.7 Tianchen East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100105, China
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)21sep - 22All DayBig Data & Predictive Analytics For Intelligence and Defense23sep - 24All DayAll Things Open 2017A CONFERENCE EXPLORING OPEN SOURCE, OPEN TECH, AND THE OPEN WEB IN THE ENTERPRISE
Kitware co-founder Bill Hoffman will be at All Things Open 2017, which is taking place October 23 - 24 in Raleigh, NC. He's presenting [...]
Bill says, “In this talk I will discuss the successful story of Kitware’s open source business model. Starting with 5 founders, no venture capital, and one really great open source toolkit in 1998, the company has thrived for almost two decades. The slow growth model has resulted in a company of about 150 employees with three US offices and a French office. Our small but dedicated and growing team has had a disproportionate impact on global scientific computing, including the creation of the defacto standard C++ build system CMake. The talk will cover our business model and open source success stories.”
All Things Open is a two-day event that focuses on open source and the open web in the enterprise. The talks and workshops feature a diverse and unique line-up of some of the most well known experts in the world, as well as “new faces you’ll be hearing about for years into the future”. For more information, see their website and sign up for updates.
23 (Saturday) - 24 (Sunday) EST
Raleigh Convention Center
500 S Salisbury St, Raleigh, NC 27601
- National Center for Supercomputing Applications
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