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Welcome to the DCAPI research group.
Our multi-disciplinary research is mainly focused on the analysis and mining of digital contents (Visual; images and videos, and textual). This includes Computer Vision, Image/Video Processing and analysis, Semantic Analysis, annotation, Action recognition, Image/Video Matching and similarity (Copy & Near-Duplicate detection), and many others.
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Amr Ahmed attended the ECM (Executive Committee Meeting) of his SUS-IT project (http://sus-it.lboro.ac.uk/) at Loughborough, and participated in the 2 days workshop for the project. This is one of the very important meetings, especially towards the late stage of the project, with all workpackages represented.
Dr Amr Ahmed participated in the 9th Executive Committe Meeting (ECM) of his SUS-IT project, at Loughborough, on 9th Septmeber. This was immediately followed by an Audit meeting with an NDA representative.
Very interesting to see the work of such a large consortium coming together during the final year of the project, with experienced researchers/professors. An excellent experience.
Amr participated in the 2nd part of the SandPit 4 event within his SUS-IT project (funded by the NDA program, 5 research councils). One of the interesting topics is around how help (automated/semi-automated…) provided to elderly while using ICT to enable them to stay longer and have better life style at their own homes.
The 1st part was held earlier in July.
Amr attended the Executive Committee Meeting of the SUS-IT project (as a partner and Lincoln’s PI in the SUS-IT Project), in Loughborough earlier in June.
Leaders of workpackages represented progress and findings so far, in supporting elderly people, and the plan for the remaining part of the project.
Amr participated in the Write-UP workshop of the SUS-IT project consortium (which Amr is a partner in), on 17th and 18th May in Loughborough. Interesting to meet most of the partners, from all over the UK. Many discussions across the work-packages, especially with completion of the project (started in Jan 2009) expected ~mid next year.