Soaring Computational Intelligence
Posted on April 11, 2021
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a synonym for Machine Intelligence or Computational Intelligence which relies on computable algorithms in computational mathematics and applied mathematics for decision making, following the methodology as mathematical equations, computational algorithms, Boolean logics, coding and functionalities, especially in evolutionary learning and optimisation. Deep learning, inspired by bioinformatics in computer science, has been regarded as the jewel in the AI crown. The ongoing trend has embraved a copious UG&PG students from the domestic to be enrolled and sit in our classrooms for studying the courses like text and vision intelligence, natural language processing, robotics, computer vision, etc. We are having a new surge of enrolment in the study of the soaring computational intelligence.
Congrats for Our Collaborator in Singapore
Posted on April 10, 2021
Headed by Professor Kankanhalli, the Dean of School of Computing (SOC), National University of Singapore (NUS), NUS Computing was ranked as No.4 globally in the 2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject, CeRVers would like to hail this marvellous achievement, congratulations!
Professor Kankanhalli is a long-standing CeRV collaborator since the birth date of this research centre, he has offered prodigious and stupendous support to date in knowledge transfer for this centre and stopped by Auckland multiple times in the past decade. Recently, Professor Kankanhalli secured $50M (SGD) fund for his school in high-growth areas like artificial intelligence and data science, congratulations again!
CeRV Offers Newly-Designed Online Courses for PG Students
Posted on February 21, 2021
With great exertion, CeRVers have been engaged to forge the updated version of online courses at level eight for the PG students both from domestic and overseas. The distinctive courses being facilitated with modern software tools and platforms showcase the characteristics of pedagogy and curriculum in the epidemic time raged globally, which feature the subjects such as deep learning and machine learning, natural language processing, data mining, and neuroinformatics, etc. A briefing video has been filmed for surging number of students elaborately. The CeRV research centre ushers in the highly-demanded distance teaching and learning for the imminent semester which will be commenced on 1 March 2021.
Partnership with SN Computer Science
Posted on February 17, 2021
Our CeRV research centre has been invited as a partner of Springer Nature (SN) Computer Science (Journal) which unveils that this centre has been well recognised by this prestigious publisher in the academic community. The partnership grants CeRVers to have a space in this journal and publish the latest research outcomes related to computer vision and robotics. The CeRV director will preserve this collaborative relationship with the EiC and the editorial board of this journal as a partner editor. The topical issue under this partnership in 2021 is “From Geometry to Vision: The Methods for Solving Visual Problems”, which will be commenced and published in the later of this year. See: https://www.springer.com/journal/42979/updates/17525774
RSNZ Lodged Obituary for Professor Klette
Posted on February 15, 2021
Professor Dr Reinhard Klette FRSNZ from the School of Engineering, Auckland University of Technology (AUT) passed away on 03 April 2020. Professor Klette was a passionate academic, who remained accessible to others—especially young researchers, he will be remembered eternally for his friendly personality and generosity with his family, students, colleagues, and friends.
Professor Klette was one of the most recognised and published scientists world-wide in the fields of computer vision and digital geometry. He was a prolific educator and supervisor of PhD students who are now leading the areas internationally. Professor Klette’s research improved the performance of computer vision algorithms since the early 1990s by newly designed ways of mathematical modeling, comparative evaluation, and data analysis. He leads the ‘Environment Perception and Driver Assistance’ project at the University of Auckland and at the Auckland University of Technology, examining how to use multiple camera images to understand dynamic 3D environments. The main application of this research has been the use of cameras installed in a vehicle to support its operation. Professor Klette also had research interests in multimedia imaging and its application in fields as diverse as biology, medicine, the arts, panoramic imaging and industry. He also made fundamental contributions in the area of geometric algorithms, for example when co-authoring in 2004 (jointly with the late Azriel Rosenfeld, USA) the first comprehensive monograph in the field of digital geometry.
The world has lost a pioneering science figure, who left a rich legacy for others to follow for many years ahead.
ISGV 2021, Auckland, New Zealand
Posted on January 31, 2021
The International Symposium on Geometry and Vision (ISGV2021) was successfully accomplished at AUT city campus on 29 January 2021 before Professor Klette’s birthday. The specialists and scholars in digital geometry, computer vision, multimedia, deep learning, etc. from New Zealand, Australia, Germany, France, China, Japan, USA, Mexico, Chile, etc. met online to share their knowledge and experience for resolving visual problems. The accepted and selected papers will be published in a special issue of Springer Nature Computer Science (Journal), the three best paper awards were accoladed onsite in the banquet time of this conference. This conference was organised by AUT CeRV Research Centre, a variety of institutions and firms have sponsored this conference to show their respect for Professor Reinhard Klette, the founding director of CeRV research centre. See: https://cerv.aut.ac.nz/isgv2021/