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- February 2016: The Robot Day/Week. We were able to build five platforms using RPI. Pictures coming soon...
- February 2016: Welcome Chengcheng Li to our group!
- November 2015: Part of Shuangjiang's dissertation work was published at IEEE Transactions on Image Processing. Congratulations! (pdf)
- November 2015: Welcome Ying Qu to our group!
- October 2015: Wei passed his PhD defense. Exploiting Cross Domain Relationships for Target. Congratulations, Dr. Wang! He will start working at GE Global Research in November.
- September 2015: Shuangjiang and Wei's work on anomaly detection in hyperspectral images using low-rank tensor decomposition is recognized as "Top 10%" papers at ICIP. Congratulations! This work is the outcome from a phase 2 STTR project, in collaboration with SPI, Inc. and NASA. (pdf)
- Summer 2015: Shuangjiang successfully defended his dissertation on Compressed Sensing in Resource-Constrained Environments: From Sensing Mechanism Design to Recovery Algorithms. Shuangjiang is a role model for fast-track realization. Six years ago, with a BS degree, he came to US with two luggage. And six years later, he's got an MS and PhD degree, a wife, and a son! We admire his efficiency! He will start working at Palo Alto Networks, CA where he interned.
- June 2015: Rui and Wei's WHISPERS paper got the Best Paper Award. Congratulations! The work is the first that uses deep learning framework (i.e., autoencoder cascade) to solve the spectral unmixing problem. (pdf)
- June 2015: Ali's MICCAI paper was accepted. This is the equivalence of CVPR in medical imaging area. It discusses multi-modal dictionary learning and feature-level fusion. (pdf)
- October 2014: It has been a long journey from Bruce taking my pattern recognition class. I'm so glad to see him smoothly delivered his dissertation defense on Computing Approximate Solutions to the Art Gallery Problem and Watchman Route Problem by Means of Photon Mapping. It's a great achievement for him considering that he's a full-time job at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division, FL. So happy for him. Glad to see Eve being part of all these effort.
- June 2014: Zhibo successfully passed his dissertation defense on Barrier Coverage in Wireless Sensor Networks. Together with Huiyan and Hongrui, they'll turn a new page in their life and start working at Wuhan University as an Associate Professor. We are proud of you.
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