Paper Published On ECCV 2018 by SSE Student Jinjin Gu
Recently, Jinjin Gu, a senior SSE student from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen and his team at SenseTime Research and The CUHK Multimedia Laboratory published a paper on ECCV 2018, the top conference of computer science.
讲座预告|| 科研经验分享会 Research Experience Sharing Session
Three students at SSE，Zhang Guilin, Lyu Yiwei and Yoseph Kurnia Soenggoro, will give a sharing session on Research Experience this week on Thursday, October 11. Students at CUHK(SZ) are invited to attend. Speaking language will be English. 来自理工学院的学生张贵麟，吕懿惟和Yoseph Kurnia Soenggoro（印度尼西亚）将于本周四（10月11日）就科研经验做一场分享会，欢迎香港中文大学（深圳）的学子们参加。演讲语言将为英文。
Paper by SSE Student Jiang Shunan Accepted by IEEE-Global SIP
A paper written by Jiang Shunan from CUHK-Shenzhen, was accepted by the IEEE-Global SIP conference. The first author Jiang is a senior undergraduate majoring in Computer Science and Engineering at the School of Science and Engineering.
First Annual Stanford-CUHKSZ Technology Innovation Forum Held
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Stanford University held the first Annual Stanford-CUHKSZ Technology Innovation Forum from September 10th to 18th, featuring a number of world-class academicians and professors and a series of lectures and academic seminars.
ACSSC Accepts Paper by SSE Student Lin Zhen
Minimax Design of Constant Modulus MIMO Waveforms, a paper written by CUHK-Shenzhen student LIN Zhen, was accepted by the IEEE-ACSSC conference in July 2018. Lin, currently an SSE undergraduate majoring in Statistical Science, is invited to give a speech at the conference as the first author.
Academic Seminar | Advances in Robust Statistics for Signal Processing
You are cordially invited to the academic seminar delivered by Professor Abdelhak M. Zoubir.
Academic Seminar | Toward safe physical human interactions: Wearable sensing and soft sensing technologies
You are cordially invited to the speech delivered by Professor Jung Kim.
【CUHK Distinguished Lecture Series】AI in Spoken Language Technologies for Learning and Wellbeing
Spoken language is a primary form of human communication. AI in spoken language technologies must incorporate knowledge of acoustics, phonetics and linguistics in analyzing speech. While AI has made great strides in general speech recognition and achieved human parity in performance, our research team at CUHK has been focusing on the problems of recognizing and analyzing non-native, learners’ speech for the purpose of mispronunciation detection and diagnosis in computer-aided pronunciation training. To generate corrective feedback that is personalized to enhance the learning experience, we have also developed an approach that uses phonetic posterior-grams (PPGs) for personalized, cross-lingual text-to-speech synthesis given arbitrary textual input, based on voice conversion techniques. We have also extended our work to benefit those with speech disorders, focusing on assistive technologies for alternative and augmented communication, as well as automated recognition and analyses of dysarthric speech recordings. The analyses are intended to inform intervention strategies. Additionally, voice conversion is further developed to restore disordered speech to normal speech, based only on very sparse data from the target speaker. In this talk, I will present the challenges in these problems, our approaches and solutions, as well as our ongoing work.
Lv Yiwei from SSE Selected for the RISS Programme at Carnegie Mellon University
Lv Yiwei was selected for this year's RISS programme at the prestigious School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). RISS is a top summer scholarship programme and only about 35 people are eligible for inclusion.
With deep grief, we inform you sad demise of our best friend, colleague--Prof. Yang Zijiang of School of Science and Engineering. He left us on 26th June because of the illness.