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Opening Day of MVML'15
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- Dr. Daniel Borrajo
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
- Dr. Virginio Cantoni
University of Pavia
Daniel Borrajo is a University Professor of Computer Science at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) since 1998, and previously Associate Professor at UC3M and Universidad Polit´ecnica de Madrid (UPM). He received his PhD in Computer Science from UPM in 1990 and a B.S. in Computer Science from UPM. He has published over 200 journal and conference papers mainly in the fields of machine learning and problem solving (including automated planning). Dr. Borrajo’s research interests lie in the development of cognitive systems that are able to generate long-term deliberation efficiently and learn to improve future problem solving episodes. He has been co-chair of ICAPS’13, ICAPS’06 and ECP’01.
Topic of Keynote: Activity Recognition Meets Automated Planning
Virginio Cantoni is a Full Professor in Computer Engineering at the University of Pavia and former Dean of the Faculty of Engineering. In the period 2008-2011 he has been seconded to the Centro Linceo 'Beniamino Segre' of the Accademia dei Lincei. He is the founder and first Director of the University of Pavia's European School of Advanced Studies in Media Science and Technology and former Director of the Interdepartmental Centre for Cognitive Science. His research activity is concerned with pattern recognition and parallel architectures for image processing and computer vision. He is author or co-author of more than 280 journal, conference papers and book chapters as well as editor or co-editor of 30 books and co-author of three books on Pyramidal Architectures for Computer Vision, 3C Vision: cues, contexts and channels and Alessandro Volta – The 1878 Celebrations at the University of Pavia. He has organized many International Conferences, Seminars and Workshops including a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on pyramidal systems for computer vision. An Expert and Project Reviewer for the EU Commission, he became a Fellow of the IAPR in 1994 and Fellow of the IEEE in 1997.
Topic of Keynote: Eye Tracking as a Perceptive Interface and Assistive Technology