3MT Contest winners
Signal Processing for Radar-based Medical Gait Analysis
Spectrum conversion from thermal to visible images:Imaging security applications
3D Reconstruction from Single-Photon Data
Finalists are invited to give their 3MT presentation at EUSIPCO 2019. The three minutes duration of the presentation will be strictly controlled.
Among the ten finalists, the top-three finalists will be selected by the EUSIPCO 2019 audience based on their live 3-minute presentation. The winner will be announced during the conference banquet and awarded with a Grand prize of 1000€. The runners-up will receive an award certificate.
The video of the winner will be posted online on the EURASIP website.
Date: Tuesday, September 3rd
Location: Auditorio Gaviota, PALEXCO, A Coruña
|1||Atiq||Mahin||Contributions to Interference Dynamics in Wireless Networks||University of Klagenfurt, Austria|
|2||Bolton||Thomas||Quantifying functional brain interactions across spatial scales with Sparse Coupled Hidden Markov Models||EPFL, Switzerland|
|3||Mallat||Khawla||Spectrum conversion from thermal to visible images:Imaging security applications||EURECOM, France|
|4||Pérez Vieites||Sara||Probabilistic methods to jointly estimate parameters and dynamical state variables in complex high-dimensional systems||Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain|
|5||Pérez Zarazaga||Pablo||Is Your Phone Listening to You?- Privacy in Speech User Interfaces||Aalto University, Finland|
|6||Ran||Peipei||Diagnostic within a micro-structure using a micro-wave and analysis by convolutional neural network||CNRS-Centrale Supelec-Université Paris-Sud, France|
|7||Seifert||Ann-Kathrin||Signal Processing for Radar-based Medical Gait Analysis||Universität Darmstadt, Germany|
|8||Tachella||Julian||3D Reconstruction from Single-Photon Data||Heriot-Watt University, UK|
|9||Tato||Anxo||Link adaptation techniques for future terrestrial and satellite communications||University of Vigo, Spain|
|10||Zöller||Daniela||Dynamic organization of human brain function and itsrelevance for psychosis vulnerability||EPFL & University of Geneva, Switzerland|