CVC at Deep Learning Barcelona Symposium 2022

CVC at Deep Learning Barcelona Symposium 2022

Once again CVC is participating in Deep Learning Barcelona Symposium (DLBCN) held at the UPC-Campus Nord, Barcelona, on 19 December. The event aims to showcase research on deep learning carried out by scientists in/from Barcelona (Scientists who currently work in Barcelona or who pursued part of their studies or career in Barcelona). This unique meeting gathers researchers from diverse disciplines working in deep learning and shows the potential of Barcelona as the AI hub of the Mediterranean.

In this DLBCN fourth edition, CVC participates as one of the organising institutions, with our researchers Dr Dimosthenis Karatzas, Dr Petia Radeva and Dr Sergio Escalera as members of this year's Organising Committee. In addition, we contribute with several CVC researchers. CVC's participation included:

CVC researchers
👉 Petia Radeva (Chair oral session 1)
👉 Debora Gil (talk)

CVC students
👉 Bhalaji Nagarajan (talk & poster)
👉 Alex Gómez-Villa (talk)
👉 Jose Elias Yauri (talk)
👉 Rubèn Pérez Tito (poster)
👉 Robert Benavente (poster) 
👉 Eduardo Aguilar (poster)
👉 Guillermo Torres (poster)

CVC alumni
👉 Pau Rodríguez (talk)
👉 Ágata Lapedriza (talk)

Check CVC Accepted Papers .

📄 BronchoPose: an analysis of data and model configuration for vision-based bronchoscopy pose estimation
Juan Borrego-Carazo, Carles Sánchez, David Castells-Rufas, Jordi Carrabina & Débora Gil

📄 Learning Multi-Subset of Classes for Fine-Grained Food Recognition
Javier Ródenas, Bhalaji Nagarajan, Marc Bolaños & Petia Radeva 

📄 Continually Learning Self-Supervised Representations with Projected Functional Regularization
Alex Gomez-Villa, Bartlomiej Twardowski, Lu Yu, Andrew D. Bagdanov & Joost van de Weijer

📄 Recognition of the Mental Workloads of Pilots in the Cockpit Using EEG Signals
Aura Hernández-Sabaté, José Elias Yauri, Pau Folch, Miquel Àngel Piera & Debora Gil

📄 OCR-IDL: OCR Annotations for Industry Document Library Dataset
Ali Furkan Biten, Rubèn Tito, Lluis Gomez, Ernest Valveny & Dimosthenis Karatzas