LSoCS was well represented in the “Annual Vision & Language (V&L) Network workshop”
Two Presentations and Posters delivered by members of the Lincoln School of Computer Science (LSoCS), and the DCAPI research group, while attending the Annual Vision & Language (V&L) Network Workshop, 13-14th Dec. 2012 in Sheffield, UK.
Amr Ahmed, Amjad Al-tadmri and Deema AbdalHafeth attended the event, where 2 oral presentations and 2 posters were delivered and presented about their research work:
|1. VisualNet: Semantic Commonsense Knowledgebase for Visual Applications|
|2. Investigating text analysis of user-generated contents for health related applications|
Abstracts are available on ( http://www.vlnet.org.uk/VLW12/VLW-2012-Accepted-Abstracts.html)
Congratulations for all involved.
The event included tutorial sessions (Vision for language people, and language for vision people) and key-note speakers from organisers of popular challenges (e.g. TRECVID and ImageNet).
We had even better presence this year. Last year, we had a good presence in the last year’s workshop (http://amrahmed.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/2011/09/19/vl-network-workshop-brighton/), had good discussions and useful feedback on the presented work.
Thanks and well done for all involved.