Recent NewsApr 25, 2017 - EarthVision'17 Paper Accepted
Work by Randi Cabezas, Maros Blaha, Sue Zheng, Guy Rosman, Konrad Schindler, and John Fisher III. "On the Role of Representations for Reasoning in Large-Scale Urban Scenes" was accepted to EarthVision'17.
Mar 25, 2017 - TPAMI Paper Accepted
Work by Julian Straub, Oren Freifeld, Guy Rosman, John J. Leonard, and John W. Fisher III on "The Manhattan Frame Model---Manhattan World Inference in the Space of Surface Normals" was accepted to TPAMI.
Mar 24, 2017 - Julian Straub Successfully Defends PhD
Julian Straub has successfully defended his Ph.D. on " Nonparametric Directional Perception". He draws a rigorous connection between surface normal distributions and 3D structure, and explores in light of the Manhattan, the Mixture of Manhattan and the Stata Center World.
Mar 18, 2017 - CVPR '17 Paper Accepted (Spotlight)
Work by Julian Straub, Trevor Campbell, Jonathan P. How and John W. Fisher III about "Efficient Global Point Cloud Alignment using Bayesian Nonparametric Mixtures" was accepted as a spotlight at CVPR '17.
Nov 29, 2016 - TPAMI Paper Accepted
Work by Oren Freifeld, Soren Hauberg, Kayhan Batmanghelich, and John Fisher W. Fisher III on "Transformations Based on Continuous Piecewise-Affine Velocity Fields" was accepted to TPAMI.
About SLIOur group focuses on the analysis of complex, high-dimensional data. We combine elements of Bayesian inference, information theory, optimization, and physical sensor models to develop scalable algorithms with theoretical performance guarantees. Application areas include multi-modal data fusion, distributed inference under resource constraints, structural inference, resource management in sensor networks, and analysis of video, seismic volumes, and radar images.
Group Dinner - 05/20/2014
Left to Right: Oren Freifeld, Sue Zheng, Giorgos Papachristoudis, Guy Rosman, Christopher Dean, Jason Chang, Julian Straub, Randi Cabezas, John Fisher, Hossein Mobahi, Bonny Jain.