Our next seminar will be announced here shortly.
CSP seminar with Timos Sellis
Title: Managing steaming spatial data
Speaker: Timos Sellis, RMIT
When: 23rd April, 12pm - 1pm
CSP seminar with Lionel Tarassenko
Title: Physiolgy-driven signal analysis & data fusion
Speaker: Professor Lionel Tarassenko CBE FREng, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford
When: 3rd April @ 11am - 12pm
Where: ATP, seminar room L4.60
Video conference to other labs; NRL: Boardroom Lvl 4 VC, VRL: NICTA Boardroom, CRL: Ground floor seminar room
CSP seminar with Michael Schroeder
Title: GeneGoogle: From biomarkers to targets in pancreas cancer
Speaker: Michael Schroeder, Biotechnology Centre, TU Dresden
When: 25th March, 11am - 12pmWhere: Brown Theatre, Bldg 193 (EEE Dept), The University of Melbourne
CSP seminar with Gully Burns
Title: Enabling knowledge engineering from experimental design
Speaker: Gully Burns, Research Assistant, Professor of Neurobiology, USC's College of Letters, Arts & Sciences.
When: 12th March, 11am - 12pmWhere: Brown Theatre, Bldg 193 (EEE Dept), The University of Melbourne
CSP RG seminar with John Markham
Date: 7th February
Title: Computational approaches to immunology.
CSP RG seminar with Terry Caelli
Date: 4th February
Time: 11am - 12pm
Venue: Brown Theatre, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, The University of Melbourne
NB: The seminar will be video-linked to other NICTA locations; ATP: room L3.26VC, CRL: Level 2 Boardroom. For the dial in number please see NICTA weekly news.
Title: The virtual physiotherapist project: opportunities and challenges. Terry Caelli (NICTA), Saiyi Li and Pubudu Pathirana (Deakin University), and Mario Ferraro (University of Turin, Italy)
Abstract: Recent developments in pervasive kinematic sensor technologies have enabled new opportunities for patient monitoring, exercise and skill acquisition. In this talk we will consider some of the sensor design, signal processing and control challenges encountered in the NICTA/Deakin Virtual Physiotherapist Project. Of specific interest in this presentation is the development of a 2-component kinematic encoder separating kinematic trajectory shapes from their dynamics as well as encoding actions invariant to their absolute position and pose using computational Differential Geometry. Secondly, we will deal with some of the complex issues involved in developing a principled approach to biofeedback control for skill training and rehabilitation.
CSP Visiting Researcher Presentation
Date: 23rd January
Tulay Adali from the Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland Baltimore County, visited CSP RG and gave a seminar "ICA and IVA: Theory, Connections and Application to fMRI Analysis" to NICTA and University of Melbourne researchers.