At SP4CING, we aim at designing signal processing techniques for computational intelligence applications. Our research covers problems in diversified fields, ranging from environmental monitoring to multi-modal surveillance, from bio-image analysis to remote sensing. Check out our research page for more information and learn more about our latest papers.
Over the recent years, IoT is gaining importance for its capacity of building a hyperconnected world with minimized human interaction. Seamlessly, the giant connection of things provides an improved platform for the integration of different devices to address explicit needs. Since this technology is upgrading in a rapid phase, it paves a way for an autonomous IoT infrastructure with ambient intelligence. The combination of IoT and computer vision technology could support many applications like smart transportation, intelligent healthcare monitoring, online education, smart manufacturing, etc. Specifically, after this technological breakthrough intelligent transportation has obtained maximized benefits from them. Researchers, scholars, academicians, and other industry stakeholders from this area are welcome to submit their high-quality research works for improving this current transportation infrastructure. Thus, the purpose of this special issue is to invite both academic and industrial participants to deliver innovative solutions for the betterment of this domain. Read more here.
This special session focuses on microscopy image analysis. Researchers are encouraged to submit their original contributions on image processing and computer vision based 2D, 3D, 2D+t, 3D+t (semi-)automated data interpretation techniques for images acquired by different types of microscopes. This year, TIPTEKNO 2022 takes place in Bebek, Turkey – 31 October - 2 November, 2022. Read more here.
This workshop aims to shorten the gap between edge-based and cloud-based approaches for multimedia understanding by addressing the challenges and opportunities of the combined approach. Relevance will be given to transversal issues, such as those related to the privacy and security of such hybrid strategies, as well as to the quest for optimal and greener configuration of AI services towards sustainable and ethical use of computing resources. This year, SITIS 2022 takes place in Dijon, France – October 19-21, 2022. Read more here.
The International Workshop on Computational Intelligence for Multimedia Understanding (IWCIM) is the annual workshop organized by the working group Multimedia Understanding through Semantics, Computation, and Learning (MUSCLE) of the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM). This year, IWCIM takes place as a satellite workshop to ICCCI 2022, to be held in Hammamet, Tunisia on September 28 - 30, 2022. Read more here.
Dr. Abdulkerim Çapar, one of the members of our research group, made a presentation on "Artificial Intelligence in Genetic Diagnosis" at the "Artificial Intelligence in Health" symposium organized by the Turkish Health Institutes (TÜSEB). Click here for more information.
Artificial intelligence-based genetic diagnosis systems developed by Argenit, of which Dr. Abdulkerim Çapar - member of our research group - is a partner, were reported in the Sabah newspaper.