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GRASP Special Seminar: Domenico Daniele Bloisi, Sapienza University of Rome, “Intelligent Surveillance Applications”

October 2, 2013 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Abstract: In this talk a set of intelligent surveillance systems are presented. Possible solutions for solving automatic video surveillance challenges such as gradual and sudden illumination changes,
modifications in the background geometry, dynamic background, shadows and reflections are discussed. Different state-of-the-art approaches for detecting and recognizing object of interest in the monitored scene,
tracking them over time, and handling events are presented as well as examples and results from real systems.


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Domenico Daniele Bloisi is an assistant professor with the Department of
Computer, Control, and Management Engineering “Antonio Ruberti” at
Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) since November 2012. He received his
PhD, M.Sc. (best thesis award), and B.Sc. degrees in Computer
Engineering from Sapienza University of Rome in 2010, 2006 and 2004,
respectively. His main research interests are related to intelligent
surveillance (including object detection, visual tracking, and multiple
sensor data fusion) and robotics. He is a faculty member of RoCoCo
(Cognitive Cooperating Robots) laboratory. He was visiting scholar at Kingston
University, London (UK) in 2008 and reserch associate with the
Department of Computer Science at University of Verona (Italy) in 2009.
From 2010 to 2012 he collaborated with Finmeccanica Group for developing
a port surveillance application. Since October 2007 he have taught
courses on Computer Science at the Faculty of Engineering, Sapienza
University of Rome. He serves as reviewer for several International
Journals, including Pattern Recognition, Sensors, Information Fusion,
and Neurocomputing.


October 2, 2013
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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