Successful March IAB Meeting!
The March 2016 NCSS I/UCRC IAB meeting at Arizona State University was a success! We had 66 people in attendance - 15 of whom were industry/government members and 10 of whom were industry/government visitors. The Spring meeting included 14 presentations (six new proposals and eight in-progress reports), 5 Industry Roadmap/Overview presentations, an Industry Plenary by Mike Stanley and Amit Purohit from NXP (formerly Freescale), and for the first time, we had a "Wicked" Problem Industry Panel. Nineteen industry attendees participated in the panel, speaking about the issues that keep them up at night. The meeting was also attended by Dmitri Perkins, the I/UCRC CISE NSF Director, who gave a brief overview of the I/UCRC program. Following the IAB meeting was an interactive poster session which included almost 40 posters!
If you are a member and were unable to attend, you may find the proceedings, all presentations, and a few of the posters here.
Questions about our center, the IAB meeting, or locating documents on our site can be directed to Melanie Dewey.
Dr. Krishna Kavi (UNT), Director of the NCSS I/UCRC, presenting his Director's Report.
I-Ling Yen (UTD) giving her presentation on "A Framework for Integrated Access Control and Data Provenance
Lisa Karam (ASU) giving her presentation on "Deep Learning Based Computer Vision for Robust Object Detection and Tracking under Varying Environmental Conditions and Varying Video Quality
Henry Braun (ASU) presenting on "Understanding Human Activity Beyond the Visible Spectrum"
The next IAB meeting will take place at the UNT Gateway Center on October 19-20, 2016.