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== Past Events ==
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== New Events ==
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* [Jan 4, 2010] After four hours of ''torture'', Dayu successfully passed his Ph.D. dissertation defense. Yeah!
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* [Dec 15, 2009] Dr. Qi presented Woye's paper, titled ''A robust node selection strategy for lifetime extension in wireless sensor networks'' at MSN'09, WuYi Mountain, China.
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* [Dec 11, 2009] Dayu's paper, titled ''An Effective Nonparametric Quickest Detection Procedure based on Q-Q Distance'' is accepted for poster presentation at ICASSP'10. Congratulations!
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* [Nov 2, 2009] Harika successfully passed her thesis defense today. Congratulations!
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* [Oct 11, 2009] Ying had a baby boy on Aug. 28 but she waited until now to tell us the news. His name is Joseph Xinyang Cao.
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* [Sep 1, 2009] Mahmut's paper, titled ''Target detection and counting using a progressive certainty map in distributed visual sensor networks'' got the Best Paper Award at ICDSC'09.
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* [Sep 2, 2009] Yang presented his paper, titled ''Redundancy removal through semantic neighbor selection in visual sensor networks'', at ICDSC'09.
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== Events Archive ==
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== Newsletters ==
  
 
* [[NewsAug06]] - AICIP Newsletter, August 2006, 4th Issue
 
* [[NewsAug06]] - AICIP Newsletter, August 2006, 4th Issue

Revision as of 11:29, 12 January 2010

New Events

  • [Jan 4, 2010] After four hours of torture, Dayu successfully passed his Ph.D. dissertation defense. Yeah!
  • [Dec 15, 2009] Dr. Qi presented Woye's paper, titled A robust node selection strategy for lifetime extension in wireless sensor networks at MSN'09, WuYi Mountain, China.
  • [Dec 11, 2009] Dayu's paper, titled An Effective Nonparametric Quickest Detection Procedure based on Q-Q Distance is accepted for poster presentation at ICASSP'10. Congratulations!
  • [Nov 2, 2009] Harika successfully passed her thesis defense today. Congratulations!
  • [Oct 11, 2009] Ying had a baby boy on Aug. 28 but she waited until now to tell us the news. His name is Joseph Xinyang Cao.
  • [Sep 1, 2009] Mahmut's paper, titled Target detection and counting using a progressive certainty map in distributed visual sensor networks got the Best Paper Award at ICDSC'09.
  • [Sep 2, 2009] Yang presented his paper, titled Redundancy removal through semantic neighbor selection in visual sensor networks, at ICDSC'09.


Events Archive

Newsletters

  • NewsAug06 - AICIP Newsletter, August 2006, 4th Issue
  • NewsDec05 - AICIP Newsletter, December 2005, 3rd Issue
  • NewsMay05 - AICIP Newsletter, May 2005, 2nd Issue
  • NewsMay05Alumni - AICIP Alumni Newsletter, May 2005, 1st Issue