Reading group Wiki

Machine Learning for Imaging
Computer Laboratory
University of Cambridge

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About the reading group

I have started a reading group on Machine learning for imaging at the Computer Laboratory (University of Cambridge). Please join us if you are interested or let me know if you wish to be on the mailing list!

It usually takes place on fridays from 13.30 to 14.30 in SS28 (corridor of the Rainbow group). Every week we pick up a paper, go over it and finish the reading with a discussion. Ideally, everyone would have read the paper beforehand and someone leads the discussion presenting the paper in an informal manner (without need of slides!). The group would be mostly focused on any machine learning approach applicable to computer vision and computer graphics, but also open to other more theoretical approaches in machine learning.

Please find below the information for each week.

Calendar for the reading group

10th Nov, HDR image reconstruction using CNNs

Dr Rafal Mantiuk will present the paper HDR image reconstruction from a single exposure using deep CNNs published in SIGGRAPH 2017. More information on the project and the paper here.

17th Nov, CNNs for Object detection from videos

Dr Maria Pérez (i.e., me) will present the paper T-CNN: Tubelets with Convolutional Neural Networks for Object Detection from Videos published in CVPR 2016. Paper accessible here.

24th Nov, Moving object detection using CNNs

Dr Bihao Wang will present the paper MODNet: Moving Object Detection Network with Motion and Appearance for Autonomous Driving published in CVPR 2017. Paper accessible here. Please note that this session of the reading group will take place from 14.00 to 15.00 because of overlapping with other talks.

1st Dec, Object segmentation using mask region-based CNNs

Simeon Spasov will present the paper Mask R-CNN published in ICCV 2017. Paper accessible here. Code accessible here. Please note that this session of the reading group will take place from 14.00 to 15.00.

8th Dec, Transfer learning for animal facial key point detection

Dr Marwa Mahmoud will present the paper Interspecies Knowledge Transfer for Facial Keypoint Detection published in CVPR 2017. Paper accessible here. Code and dataset accessible here.

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