The Icarus research group is a group consisting of aspiring undergraduate and postgraduate students with interests in Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Autonomous Systems. The group is in close collaboration with the Computer Vision and Machine Learning (AIIA.CVML) of the Artificial Intelligence and Information Analysis laboratory.

The Icarus’ group contribution includes, but is not limited to:

  • Drone hardware support and development.
  • Drone software development.
  • Research in Computer Vision and Machine Learning (e.g. Object Detection/Tracking, Fast Convolution Algorithms, Generative Adversarial Networks, Computational Politics, Computational Pharmaceutics, Financial Engineering and more)

Program

Introduction

10:30-10:45 Prof. Ioannis Pitas, “Introduction to AIIA.CVML R&D activities- International AI Doctoral Academy (AIDA)”.

Short presentations and demos

10:45-11:00 S. Papadopoulos, “Semantic 3D world modeling”.

11:00-11:15 I. Karakostas, D. Goudelos, “Object/target detection and tracking”.

11:15-11:30 Dr. I. Mademlis, “Autonomous UAV cinematography”.

11:30-11:45 D. Markoglou, “Robotics in assisted living”.

11:45-12:00 M. Kaseris, “Unsupervised video summarization”.

12:00-12:15 D. Karamouzas, E. Kondyli, “Computational Politics (Natural Language Processing, Sentiment Analysis)”.

Discussion

12:15-12:30 Dr. V. Mydgalis, Icarus Student SIG. Discussion on R&D cooperation and PhD studies at AIIA Lab.