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Faculty Lecture featuring David Fleet: "Visual Perception as Bayesian Inference: Looking at People"

 

The 2006-07 Faculty Lecture Series continues it's second year featuring:

    * September 27, 2006 - Maydianne Andrade

    * November 29, 2006 - David Fleet

    * January  24, 2007 - Daniel Bender

    * March 28, 2007 - Janice Stein

The Faculty Lecture Series is a thought-provoking showcase of  outstanding research taking place at U of T Scarborough.  The one-hour lectures offer students, staff and faculty the opportunity to engage with new ideas and theories presented by our faculty members.

Everyone is Welcome.  Admission is Free!
When:   November 29, 2006 at 5:00 pm
Where: Arts & Administration Lecture theatre, AA112
Lecturer: David Fleet
Topic:    Visual Perception as Bayesian Inference: Looking at People

David Fleet is Professor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at UTSC.  His research is interdisciplinary, spanning computational problems in computer vision, visual perception and visual neuroscience.  

His recent research has focused on visual motion perception and the inference of human pose and motion.  He has received numerous awards, including an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship.  He is currently Associate Editor-In-Chief for IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, and a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Advanced Research.




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