Professor Henry Medeiros receives prestigious NSF CAREER award: "A Unifying Stochastic Framework for Temporally Consistent Computer Vision Models."
The $515,000 five-year award from the National Science Foundation enables the design of autonomous and robotic systems that can interpret and interact with their environment. Dr. Medeiros' novel concept combines sequential Monte Carlo methods with neural networks to create a trainable stochastic framework for computer vision tasks. In collaboration with USDA scientists, the methods generated in this project will be demonstrated through the development of novel agricultural robotic systems that generate accurate models of agricultural crops at varying levels of spatial and temporal granularity.
Beyond the current application, the research will create a general stochastic framework that learns in an end-to-end manner how to leverage semantic information about objects of interest to assimilate spatial and temporal visual information and enforce temporal consistency in computer vision algorithms.
Fall 2021 Colloquium Schedule: Lectures, Tuesdays, 2-3 pm, Olin Engineering, Room 202
November 30: Dr. Bradley M. Ratliff, Associate Professor, The University of Dayton, "Design, Analysis, and Demosaicing Consideration for Improved Snapshot Imaging Polarimeters"
December 10: Dr. Michael Webber, Josey Centennial Professor in Energy Resources, UT-Austin, TX, “Global Energy Trends and Transition”
Spring online course: ELEN 4890/EECE5890 "AI for Industrial Applications" Flexible! Can learn how to apply ML for industry use! Walkthrough, & explanation for all coding!
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Marquette ranked 83rd nationally in U.S. News and World Report 2022 undergraduate rankings and 54 on the list of Best Value Schools.
Welcome Marek Trawicki, Assistant Adjunct Professor who joined us this fall.
EECE Professors EL-Refaie and Weise receive multimillion grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop next-generation electric drivetrains for aerospace applications.
Marquette ranked 6th best college nationally and best college in Wisconsin for job placement; 18th in Best Undergraduate Teaching and 88th in 2021 America’s Best Colleges.