Third Symposium on AI Center will be held on Saturday, November 23.
As a third symposium, we will have a guest speaker, Professor Hideharu Amano from Keio University and will talk about "A multi-FPGA system for AI application."
Also, UoA faculty members who are engaged in wide field of AI research will talk about their research.
It is a good opportunity to have exposure to our cutting-edge research. Anyone who is interested is welcome to participate. All lectures will be in English only.
Date and time: Saturday, November 23, 2019 From 9:30 to 16:30
Place: UBIC (University-Business Innovation Center), The University of Aizu
Participation fee: Free
Lecturers: UoA Faculty Members 4 persons + External Lecturer 2 persons
<Morning session> Chairperson: Regent Jiro Iwase
【Opening】9:30-9:40 President Ryuichi Oka
【Lecture 1】9:40-10:30 "Deep Learning Based On-Road Risk Detection" Professor Qiangfu Zhao
【Lecture 2】10:40-11:30 "Physics of Mental Space" Professor Ihor Lubashevsky
【Lecture 3】11:40-12:30 "From Finger Tracking and Gesture Interpretation to Motion Understanding" Distinguished Professor Timothy K. Shih, Vice Dean of College of EECS, Director of Innovative AI Research Center, National Central University, Taiwan
<Afternoon session> Chairperson: Professor Qiangfu Zhao
【Lectures 4: Keynote speech】13:30-14:30 "A multi-FPGA system for AI application" Professor Hideharu Amano, Keio University
【Lecture 5】14:40-15:30 "Energy Management System based on High-speed, Low-power AI-Chip, and Electrical Vehicles (EVs)" Professor Ben Abdallah Abderazek
【Lecture 6】15:40-16:30 " AI and Creativity - Symbols and Knowledge Formats for Creativity Development" Senior Associate Professor Rentaro Yoshioka
＊Lectures will be in English.
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