ECE Researchers Win Two Best Paper Awards

 

July 23, 2007

ECE researchers won two best paper awards at last month's IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) in Minneapolis.

ECE graduate student Andrew Gallagher and Tsuhan Chen won the best paper award in the workshop on semantic learning applications in multimedia (SLAM) for their paper, "Using Group Prior to Identify People in Consumer Images." Chen, Professor and Associate Department Head of ECE, also co-directs the Industrial Technology Research Institute Lab at Carnegie Mellon (ITRI Lab@CMU).

Additionally, ECE graduate student Devi Parikh and Chen won another best paper award in the beyond patches workshop for their work, "Unsupervised Learning of Hierarchical Semantics of Objects (hSOs)."

Tsuhan Chen, ECE Professor and Associate Department Head (left), co-authored two best paper award winners with his graduate students, Andrew Gallagher (center) and Devi Parikh (right).

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Tsuhan Chen

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ITRI Lab@CMU

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Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition