Centre for Innovation in Computing @ Lassonde

Video: Tom Mitchell – Conversational Machine Learning

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EckfordLab: Theory of Biological Systems Communication (Project ToBaSCo)

In collaboration with Vivent SaRL (Switzerland), this project considers the energetic and evolutionary demand for information sharing in biological systems. The project also aims to determine, based on theoretical models, the expected types of components and their characteristics, for electromagnetic information networks, in multi-cellular entities. Consideration is also given to environmental noise and the modulation […]

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Prof Eckford wins 2018 IEEE Nanotechnology Conference Best Poster Award

Prof. Eckford (along with co-authors Pengfeng Hou and Liqiang Zhao of Xidian University) won the Best Poster Award at the 2018 IEEE Nanotechnology Conference for their poster “Improving receiver performance of diffusion-based molecular MIMO communication”.

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Prof. Eckford, “Molecular Communication: Methods, Simulations, and Experiments” at GLOBECOM 2018

Prof. Eckford has been invited to give a tutorial on “Molecular Communication: Methods, Simulations, and Experiments”, co-presented with Adam Noel (Warwick), Yansha Deng (KCL), and Nariman Farsad (Stanford), at the 2018 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) in December 2018.

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Tsotsos Lab ONR Grant: Anomaly Detection Algorithms and Systems using Visible Light and Thermal Imaging Cameras

Title: Anomaly Detection Algorithms and Systems using Visible Light and Thermal Imaging Cameras Source: Office of Naval Research, Dahlgren VA Dates: 2017-2018 Summary: The goal of this new development phase is to design and test a version of the top-down, bottom-up saliency approach using visible light and thermal imaging cameras for anomaly detection.

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Tsotsos Lab AFOSR Grant for Visual Perception and Reasoning

Title: Visual Perception and reasoning: integrating cognitive programs woring memory attention control and viual processing Source: Computational Cognition and Machine Intelligence Program, Air Force Office for Scientific Research, Arlington VA Dates: 2017-2022 This project seeks to provide answers to the following questions: 1. What is a Cognitive Program? What language could the brain be using […]

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Michael Brown Adobe Collaboration On Colour Constancy

Title: On Color Constancy Summary: Our project with Adobe targets computational colour constancy which is related to cameras’ auto-white balance (AWB) functionality. We examine this topic from two perspectives: (1) onboard the camera in order to improve the quality of the AWB function and (2) in post-processing, i.e. after an incorrect white balance has been […]

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Video: Thomas Zimmermann – Software Productivity Decoded: How Data Science helps to Achieve More

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Zhen Ming (Jack) Jiang awarded NSERC Engage grant “Assessing and Detecting Components Suffering from Sub-optimal Performance for a Web-based CRM System”

Zhen Ming (Jack) Jiang awarded NSERC Engage grant “Assessing and Detecting Components Suffering from Sub-optimal Performance for a Web-based CRM System” in August 2018, in collaboration with Copywell, Canada. Performance is one of the crucial factors related to the success and the sustainability of software systems. Failure to provide satisfactory performance would result in customers’ […]

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Zhen Ming (Jack) Jiang presents “An automated approach to estimating code coverage measures via execution logs” at ASE 2018

Zhen Ming (Jack) Jiang presented a paper titled “An Automated Approach to Estimating Code Coverage Measures Using Execution Logs” at ASE 2018, in collaboration with Baidu Inc., China. Abstract: Software testing is a widely used technique to ensure the quality of software systems. Code coverage measures are commonly used to evaluate and improve the existing […]

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