Draft Full Paper Due:
April 15, 2024

Notification of Draft Paper Acceptance:
April 30, 2024

Final Manuscript Due:
May 06, 2024

Author Registration Deadline:
May 06, 2024

Conference Dates:

May 17-19, 2024


Home > Invited Speakers

Prof. Xiaobai Li

Zhejiang University, China/University of Oulu, Finland

Dr. Xiaobai Li (Senior Member, IEEE) received the B.Sc. degree in psychology from Peking University, Beijing, the M.Sc. degree in biophysics from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, and the Ph.D. degree in computer science and technology from the University of Oulu, Finland. She is currently a ZJU100 Professor at the Institute of Cyber Science and Technology, Zhejiang University, and she is also an Adjunct Professor at the Center for Machine Vision and Signal Analysis, University of Oulu. Her research interests include computer vision and machine learning, with a focus on facial video analysis and related applications in Biometrics, AI security and affective computing. Dr. Li chaired several international workshops at the conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV), International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG), and ACM Multimedia. She is an Associate Editor of IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS FOR VIDEO TECHNOLOGY (TCSVT), Frontiers in Psychology, and Image and Vision Computing.

Speech Title: "Remote Physiological Signal Sensing for Emotion, Health, and Security"

Abstract: Photoplethysmography (PPG) is one of the most important physiological signals of human bodies. It can not only indicate human’s health status, but also represent human’s emotional feelings and psychological status. Traditional ways of PPG measurement require contact sensors attached to human bodies, which is not convenient and constraint the applications. The report focuses on facial video-based remote PPG measurement technology. We first introduce the development of latest rPPG measurement methods, and then present its application in multiple regions including affective computing, healthcare and security.

Prof. Yang Yang

Anhui University, China

Yang Yang is a Professor at the School of Electronic and Information Engineering, Anhui University. She received her Ph. D. degree in Information and Communication Engineering from University of Science and Technology in 2013. She was awarded the title of "New Talent in Teaching" from Anhui Provincial Department of Education. She serves as a member of the CCF Quantum Computing Committee, a member of the CSIG Digital Forensics and Security Committee, and a member of the CSIG Female Working Committee. Her research interests include AI security, quantum artificial intelligence, and image processing technology.

Speech Title: "Quality Assessment and Generation Detection in AIGC Era"

Abstract: With the rapid development of artificial intelligence technology, AI-generated content (AIGC) has gradually become an important part of our life and work. By analyzing the value and risk issues of AIGC, this report makes a comprehensive discussion on the quality assessment and generative detection in the AIGC era from three aspects: the status quo of safety development, quality assessment and generative detection, and introduces a variety of effective generative text, image and video quality assessment and generative detection technologies, so as to promote the safe, reliable and sustainable development of AIGC technology.

Prof. Yi-Jun Yang

Xi'an Jiaotong University, China

Yi-Jun Yang is now a professor in school of computer science and technology of Xi'an Jiaotong university and R.D. director of CSSC SEAGO system and technology Co., Ltd. He received his Ph.D degree in the Department of Computer Science and Technology at Tsinghua University in 2008. He has had faculty positions in the Shandong university and has been an associate Professor in school of computer science and technology in 2012-2019. His research interests are in Computer Aided Design, Computer Graphics and most recently in Geometric Engine Architecture and Algorithms. He is a member of CCF GDC, CAD and CG Special Committee. He served as the co-organization chair of CAD/Graphics 2021 and GAMES 2021. He received the excellent achievement award of high institute in 2023.

Speech Title: "Optimal Parameterization of Freeform Surfaces"

Abstract: The parameterization of freeform surfaces plays an important role in geometric design and computer graphics. The parameterization of freeform surfaces highly affects their rendering and tessellation results. The conformality and equiareality are two key properties of the optimal parameterization. The only rational Bézier surfaces with uniform iso-parametric curves are bilinear surfaces, and the only rational Bézier surfaces with conformal parameterization are rectangles. Different reparameterization methods are utilized to optimize differential geometry properties of the freeform surfaces, and the superiority and disadvantage of different transformation methods are analyzed and compared. The future research trends of the surface parameterization are discussed. Examples are given to show the performance of different reparameterization algorithms for rendering and tessellation applications.

Assoc. Prof. Zongyong Cui

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

Zongyong Cui, associate professor at the School of Information and Communication Engineering at UESTC. His research is about intelligent radar image interpretation, with a focus on the integration of SAR target detection and recognition, incremental learning, and SAR small sample target recognition. He has successively led scientific research projects from National Natural Science Foundation, National Defense Key Laboratory, and so on. He has published over 70 high-level papers and granted more than 20 national invention patents; Served as a reviewer for ISPRS Journal of Photography and Remote Sensing, IEEE TGRS, IEEE TAES, IEEE JSTAR, and other journals.

Speech Title: "SAR Target Detection via Deep Learning"

Abstract: As one of the key technologies in SAR image interpretation, SAR target detection plays an important role in both military and civilian fields. In recent years, with the application of artificial intelligence technology, SAR target detection methods based on deep learning have shown significant performance advantages, especially for large scale high resolution SAR image data. However, due to the high cost of acquiring SAR images, it is difficult to obtain a large number of images with rich feature information at once. Therefore, SAR target detection faces challenges such as complex scenes, limited samples, and data dynamic changes. On the basis of summarizing the development trends of large scale SAR target detection methods in recent years, this report focuses on issues such as cross scale target detection, small sample target detection, and incremental target detection, to introduce some of our progress in the field of SAR target detection.