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ECE Ph.D. Student Wins Best Paper Award at ICPR 2006

ECE Ph.D. Student Wins Best Paper Award at ICPR 2006

Aravind Sundaresan
Aravind Sundaresan

A paper co-authored by ECE Ph.D. student Aravind Sundaresan and his advisor Professor Rama Chellappa was selected for the Best Student Paper Award in the Computer Vision Track of the International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR 2006), held in Honk Kong August 20-24, 2006.

The title of the award-winning paper was “Segmentation and Probabilistic Registration of Articulated Body Models.” The paper proposes a bottom-up algorithm to estimate the pose of the human body using single or multiple image cameras.

Started in 1973, ICPR is a major biennial event aimed to stimulate research, development, and the application of pattern recognition.

For more information on ICPR 2006, visit: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/~icpr06/.

August 30, 2006


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