Jan van Gemert

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dr. Jan van Gemert
Assistant professor Computer Vision

Computer vision lab
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Delft University of Technology
Mekelweg 4, 2628 CD, Delft, The Netherlands
Room: HB13.300

Phone: (+31)(0)15 278 84 34
J.C.vanGemert at sign TUDelft dot nl
github: https://github.com/jvgemert

Recent news (2017):

- Award. BMVC 2017: Received Outstanding reviewer award.
- Press release. Nieuwe aanpak bewegingsanalyse blijkt nuttig voor Parkinson, vliegtuigmotoren en sport.
- Accepted paper. ICCV 2017, "Active Decision Boundary Annotation with Deep Generative Models" (pdf).
- Accepted paper. BMVC 2017, "Object-Extent Pooling for Weakly Supervised Single-Shot Localization" (pdf).
- Grant. Obtained funding for a PhD student from NWO Commit2Data for analyzing videos over time.
- Award. CVPR 2017: Received Outstanding reviewer award.
- Accepted paper. VAST 2017, "DeepEyes: Progressive Visual Analytics for Designing Deep Neural Networks" (pdf).
- Accepted paper. ICIAP 2017, "One-Step Time-Dependent Future Video Frame Prediction with a Convolutional Encoder-Decoder Neural Network".
- Accepted paper. CVPR 2017, "Video Acceleration Magnification" (pdf | Project).
- Accepted paper. DLM 2017, "Vision-based Detection of Acoustic Timed Events: a Case Study on Clarinet Note Onsets" (pdf, video).
- Accepted paper. IJCV 2017, "Tubelets: Unsupervised action proposals from spatiotemporal super-voxels" (pdf).
- Accepted paper. TIP 2017, "Con-Text: Text Detection for Fine-grained Object Classification". To appear.
- Workshop. Organizing CVPR'17 workshop Brave new ideas for motion representations in video.
- Interview. In medical delta about the Technology In Motion (TIM) lab.
- Postdoc position available. ArchiMediaL: deep learning and knowledge representations (academic transfer).
- Grant. Obtained funding for a postdoc from Volkswagen Stiftung for visually matching various architectural modalities. Project ArchiMediaL together with Prof. Carola Hein from Architecture @ TU-Delft, and Victor de Boer from Knowledge representations @ VU.
- Grant. Obtained a pilot grant from Sports engineering institute for visually analyzing exercising in the gym.
- Grant. Obtained a Take-off grant for visually analyzing recycling plastic.

News (2016):

- Conference. Organizing the Netherlands Conference on Computer Vision (NCCV'16)
- Workshop. Organized ECCV'16 workshop on Brave new ideas for motion representations in video.
- Conference. Co-Organized the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV'16)
- Data available. Code of the ICCV 2015 paper "Objects2action: Classifying and localizing actions without any video example" (pdf). All the embeddings we used are available.
- Accepted paper. ECCV 2016 workshop, "Making a Case for Learning Motion Representations with Phase" [pdf]
- Code available. of the CVPR 2016 paper "Structured Receptive Fields in CNNs" (pdf). Caffe and Theano code availabe on github.
- Accepted paper. ECCV 2016, "Spot On: Action Localization from Pointly-Supervised Proposals" [pdf]. Hollywood2Tubes dataset.
- Accepted paper. ECCV 2016, "Depth-aware Motion Magnification" [pdf, Supplemental]
- Organizing workshop. ECCV'16 Workshop on: Brave new ideas for motion representations in videos
- Accepted paper. CVIU 2016, "No Spare Parts: Sharing Part Detectors for Image Categorization"
- Award. Amazon Picking Challenge 2016: The team I advised on deep learning won two tasks. See news articles in The Verge and engadget.
- Award. CVPR 2016: Received Outstanding reviewer award.
- Accepted paper. ICIP 2016, "Featureless: Bypassing Feature Extraction in Action Categorization" (pdf)
- Accepted paper. CVIU 2016, "Large Scale Gaussian Process for Overlap-based Object Proposal Scoring" (pdf)
- Accepted paper. CVPR 2016, "Structured Receptive Fields in CNNs" (pdf)
- Presentation available. Of the oral presentation at the Kivi Kooy symposium of "De plenoptische mens: alle visuele stromen bevaren" (Presentation)
- Poster available. Of the presentation at Delft Data Science and sports, "Computer Vision for Sports" (Poster)
- Presentation available. Of the oral presentation at BMVC 2015 of "APT: Action localization Proposals from dense Trajectories" (Presentation)

News (2015):

- Code available. Of "Phase Based Video Motion Processing" as implemented during the Lorentz workshop "ICT with Industry 2015". Python source code available on github
- Data available. Of "What do 15,000 Object Categories Tell Us About Classifying and Localizing Actions?" (.pdf) features available
- Code available. Of "APT: Action localization Proposals from dense Trajectories" (.pdf) python code and pre-computed tubes available on github
- Accepted paper. ICCV 2015, "Objects2action: Classifying and localizing actions without any video example" (pdf)
- Accepted paper. NCCV 2015, "BING3D: Fast Spatio-Temporal Proposals for Action Localization" (pdf)
- Accepted paper. MMM 2016, "Exploring the Long Tail of Social Media Tags" (pdf)
- Accepted paper. BMVC 2015, oral presentation, "APT: Action localization Proposals from dense Trajectories" (.pdf)
- New position: Assistant professor at Delft University of Technology.
- Supervision. Martine van den Berg, graduated on "Mobile Object Recognition: What are the Minimum Criteria that are Acceptable to Museum Visitors?"
- Supervision. Johan Sundin MSc, graduated on "Image Editing from multiple photos to one single best" (pdf)
- Supervision. June, supervising 8 profile project MSc AI students
- Accepted paper. CVPR 2015, "What do 15,000 Object Categories Tell Us About Classifying and Localizing Actions?" (pdf)
- Award. CVPR 2015: Received Outstanding reviewer award
- Accepted paper. ICMR 2015, "Bag-of-Fragments: Selecting and encoding video fragments for event detection and recounting" (pdf)
- Accepted paper. ICIP 2015, "Per-patch metric learning for robust image matching" (pdf)

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