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Controllable Face Privacy – Guest Talk by Prof. Terence Sim

Dienstag, 5. Mai 2015 15:00

Dr. Terence Sim is going to visit Alpen-Adria-Universitaet Klagenfurt on May 6th 2015. Terence is an Associate Professor at National University of Singapore working on face processing techniques. In his talk Terence will discuss his recent work on „Controllable Face Privacy“ where he is able to de-identify faces by altering certain attributes while keeping others unchanged. The talk is scheduled for Wednesday May 6th 2015 at 11:00 (s.t.) and is going to take place in the Lakeside Labs seminar room (L4.1.114).

Dr. Terence Sim

Dr. Terence Sim

The abstract of Ternece’s talk and his be are available for download. More information about Ternece and his work is available on his website.

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TrustEYE: Multiple Open Theses Topics

Dienstag, 12. Februar 2013 20:59

3D Simulation Environment

In project TrustEYE at the Pervasive Computing Group we are currently offering a wide range of open topics for research projects as well as bachelor or master theses. Topics are open to students from information technology or computer science.
The overall theme of the project is the development of techniques and tools to protect privacy of monitored people in future visual sensor networks. This is especially important since such networks are used no longer only in public places but also in private environments (e.g., assisted living applications). Offered project an theses topics include:

  • design and development of virtual 3D environments (based on Half Life 2)
  • development of social gaming applications for crowdsourcing privacy evaluation
  • embedded computer vision and wireless networking on ARM-based microcontroller systems
  • security solutions for embedded systems
  • computer vision techniques for privacy protection

ARM-based TrustEYE prototype

Additional information as well as a complete list of currently open topics together with detailed descriptions and contact details can be found at the TrustEYE Open Topics site.

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Thema: DA_NES, DA_Pervasive Computing, Diplomarbeit, Institut, NES, Studierendenprojekt | Kommentare (0) | Autor:

TrustEYE Project Launch and Open PhD Position

Donnerstag, 30. August 2012 7:45

The Pervasive Computing Group at NES recently launched the TrustEYE research project which focuses on privacy and security aspects in video surveillance and visual sensor networks. The proposal was reviewed and scientifically approved by FWF and is funded by KWF. In collaboration with our international partners at the National University of Singapore (NUS) we are going to develop concepts and prototypes for trustworthy sensing and collaboration in visual sensor networks.

For the TrustEYE project we are looking for a research staff member (PhD student) with a strong interest in one or more of the following areas:

  • privacy protection and IT security
  • smart cameras and embedded systems development
  • computer vision and image processing

Additional information about the project and the job opening can be found here.

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