A paper presenting a new dataset accepted at MMSys 2018

The paper entitled “SubDiv17: A Dataset for Investigating Subjectivity in the Visual Diversification of Image Search Results” by Maia Rohm, Bogdan Ionescu , Alexandru Lucian Gînscă, Rodrygo L.T. Santos and Henning Müller has been accepted for presentation and will appear in the ACM Multimedia Systems Conference (MMSys 2018), in Amsterdam June 12-15.

PROCESS website official launch

The website for the Horizon2020 European project PROviding Computing solutions for ExaScale challengeS will be officially launched on April 16, 2018, at this link:  http://www.process-project.eu/.

The project will deliver a user-friendly access to extreme scale data processing for scientific research, facilitating the access to high-performance computing resources. Our involvement in the project consists in the development of improved algorithms for automated cancer diagnosis.

Two papers accepted for presentation at EMBC’ 18

The following papers:

“Automated Diabetic Macular Edema (DME) Analysis Using FineTuning with Inception-Resnet-v2 on OCT Images” by Ravi Kamble, Genevieve C Y Chan, Oscar Julian Perdomo Charry, manesh kokare, Henning Müller, fabrice meriaudeau

and

“Fusion of Results of Several Deep Learning Architecturesfor Automatic Classification of Normal and Diabetic MacularEdema in Optical Coherence Tomography” by Genevieve C Y Chan, Ravi Kamble, Henning Müller, Syed Shah, Tong Boon Tang, fabrice Meriaudeau

have been accepted for presentation at the 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC’ 18) to be held at the Honolulu, HI, USA, July 17-21, 2018.

 

Invited talk by Dr Paul Matusz at HUG

Dr Paul Matusz is giving an invited talk in Geneva at the Centre Imagerie Biomedicale on using EEG and electrical neuroimaging analysis techniques to better understand brain, sensory and cognitive development. It will take place at HUG at 10AM on Friday, March 2nd.

 

More information available here.

The Swiss Foundation for Rehabilitation Technology (FSP) founds the Innovation center for Assistive Technologies (IATLab).

FSP develops auxiliary technological tools for people living with a handicap or  neurological disorder since 1999. The Innovation center for Assistive Technologies (IATLab) was founded on January 1st 2018 in Sierre for the development of new auxiliary tools for people suffering paralysis from a spinal cord injury.

More information on the website: http://fst.ch/fr/