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[IEEE Seminar] 1/19(Fri.) 15:00~16:00, From Capture to Display – Applications and Trends in 3D Image Processing
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IEEE Seminar

 


Host: Prof. Yo-Sung Ho / Language: English

Friday, January 19, 2018, 15:00~16:00

EECS B-Bldg. 2nd Floor #203

From Capture to Display – Applications and Trends in 3D Image Processing

 

Dr. Mehrdad Panahpour Tehrani

Information Technology Center, Nagoya University, Japan

 

 

[Summary]

Recent advances in 3-D image processing has lighten up several possibilities and applications. In this lecture, a summary of some of those technologies are presented. Such techniques are in the range of capturing the 3-D scene, processing the captured images, and their transmission & display. The focus will be rather more on 3-D image processing and communication of a large number of viewpoints. In conclusion, future trends are discussed.


[BIO]

Mehrdad Panahpour Tehrani received Ph.D. degree in information electronics from Nagoya University in 2004. From 2004 to 2014, he was affiliated with: Information technology center of Nagoya University as a post-doctoral researcher (for 3 years), KDDI Research as a research associate (for 2 years), Graduate School of Engineering of Nagoya University as an associate professor (for 3 years), and National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) as a senior researcher (for 2 years). Since 2014, he is a Designated Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Engineering of Nagoya University. His research interests are 3-D imaging system with focus on 3-D image processing and compression, 3-D immersive media processing, intelligent video system and computer vision.  He received several academic award such a best paper award from IEEE Signal Processing society. He is a member of IEICE, ITE, IPSJ, and IEEE.



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