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My primary research interests are in the areas of machine learning, computer vision, and social signal processing. Within these areas, my work focuses on bringing deep learning solutions to tease out the structure of the elaborate code behind social interactions (Human-Human, Human-Robot), making it possible for machines to read and write human body language.
To have a better understanding of the underlying process that generated the data, we are integrating Feature Selection strategies in deep learning frameworks to accurately interpret human social signals and social context.
I have published 19 papers in this area (see List of Publications) and attended, as an author, conferences such as the IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision, the ACM International Conference on Multimedia and ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
My publishing track record shows one or more REF-quality papers (or A* conferences/journals - top 1% of the SCImago SJR index) per annum while being associated with different institutions.
nVIDIA GPU Grant 2017
March 15, 2017
NVIDIA GPU grants are intended to enable researchers to begin a new project and/or gain the preliminary results to support a larger proposal to other funding agencies (see GPU Grant Program).
MATLAB Central Coin 2016
April 10, 2017
Matlab FileExchange - Recognition for Outstanding Contributions (2016) in Feature Selection. The Feature Selection Library (FSLib) received more than 3,000 unique downloads in 2016, avg. ~300 downloads pcm (see FSLib online).
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