7th International Visual Informatics Conference 2021

23 - 25 November 2021
Online Conference

Human Motion Analysis: Applications, Techniques and Challenges

By Prof. Dimitrios Makris 

This talk will discuss the automation of human motion analysis using for applications in visual surveillance, assisted living and rehabilitation. Computer Vision and Machine Learning techniques such as motion tracking, action recognition, event (e.g. fall) detection, and gait analysis will be presented. The talk will also explore challenges such as the availability and variability of video data, time granularity, online live analysis and evaluation criteria, and discuss solutions and directions.

Prof. Dimitrios Makris 
Professor, Chair

Professor, Chair
School of Computer Science and Mathematics, Kingston University
IET Vision and Imaging (V&I) Technical Professional Network

Dimitrios Makris is a Professor in Computer Vision and Machine Learning at Kingston University. He received his first degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece and his PhD in Computer Vision from City University London. He is known for his research on video and human motion analysis, and has also worked on other research problems that involve analysis of multi-dimensional time series, e.g. medical video from contrast enhanced Ultrasound or event-series from neuromorphic vision sensors. He has been awarded many research grants as principal investigator and financially supported by national and international organisations. He is currently the chair of the IET Vision and Imaging (V&I) Technical Professional Network.

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