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List of Past Events

Start Date Title Link Location Category Link
Monday, December 08, 2014 Perceptual Grouping using Superpixels University of Toronto, Department of Computer Science Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, December 01, 2014 The Relative Effectiveness of Line Drawing Algorithms at Depicting 3D Shape Graduate Student, Rutgers University, Department of Computer Science Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, November 24, 2014 Hemispheric Asymmetry: Implications for Vocal Learning and Auditory Memories Rutgers University,. Department of Psychology Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, November 17, 2014 Human performance predicted by optimal processing of natural image movies University of Pennsylvania, Department of Psychology Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, November 10, 2014 Cortical circuits underlying tactile discrimination in mice Rutgers University, Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, November 03, 2014 Studying color constancy using natural tasks Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Psychology Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014 Minds in Action Rutgers University, Department of Psychology, Camden Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, October 06, 2014 Hybrid Neuro-Computer Vision BCI for Rapid Image Retrieval Columbia University, Departments of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, September 22, 2014 rosbridge: Towards a World Wide Web for Robotics Brown University, Department of Computer Science Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014
Monday, September 15, 2014 Probabilistic inference of 3D shape from line drawings Graduate Student, Rutgers University, Department of Psychology Human and computer vision series:Fall 2014