CVPR Daily - Wednesday

Deborah’s picks of the day: My name is Deborah Levy and I'm a research engineer at the Marine Imaging Lab. in the Charney School of Marine Sciences at Haifa University in Israel. I have a BS degree in electrical engineering from the Technion. I'm diving since I was 12 and now I'm getting paid for my hobby  “Our lab works on enhancement, color correction, and 3D reconstruction of underwater scenes, including algorithms for robots for visual surveys of the ocean, and also on underwater organism detection. We perform all kinds of underwater experiments which include lots of diving. I love the ocean, especially diving, therefore I love my work. For today, Wednesday 20 2 Deborah’s Picks Wednesday Orals: 08:30 (O2-1A) [A4] “ Fast and Furious: Real Time End-to-End 3D Detection, Tracking and… ” 08:30 (O2-1B) [C16] “ Taskonomy: Disentangling Task Transfer Learning ” 14:50 (O2-2C) [E13] “ Trapping Light for Time of Flight ” 14:50 (O2-2C) [E16] “ The Perception-Distortion Tradeoff ” Posters: [H11] “ Who Let the Dogs Out? Modeling Dog Behavior From Visual Data ” [L15] “ A Revised Underwater Image Formation Model ” [N12] “ Unsupervised Learning of Depth and Ego-Motion From Monocular Video… ” I got married just a week ago and decided to spend my honeymoon at CVPR, so come hear my talk titled: "Automated Analysis of Marine Video With Limited Data" at the Automated Analysis of Marine Video for Environmental Monitoring Workshop, on Friday at 10AM. We trained a fish detector and aerial images of sharks detector with a very small dataset. In the same workshop at 3:15PM, my fellow lab mate Derya Akkaynak will explain why the underwater computer vision community should not use the atmosphere-based dehazing equation for underwater imagery.”