Kyu-Yul Lee and Jae-Young Sim, “Warping Residual Based Image Stitching for Large Parallax”. Kyu-Yul, Congratulations!
We publicly release a new UNIST LS3DPC dataset used in our papers. The associated paper is accecpted to IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence. The dataset can be downloaded here.
Byeong-Ju Han and Jae-Young Sim, “Single Image Reflection Removal Using Non-Linearly Synthesized Glass Images and Semantic Context”. Byeong-Ju, Congratulations!
Byeong-Ju Han is selected for the program, “High-Potential Individuals Global Training” organized by Institute for Informational & Communications Technology Planning & Evaluation(IITP) under the Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT) in Korea. He will conduct the training program for 6 months at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh including artificial Intelligence, machine learning, NLP, and computer vision.
Jae-Seong Yun and Jae-Young Sim, “Virtual Point Removal for Large-Scale 3D Point Clouds With Multiple Glass Planes”. Jae-Seong, Congratulations!
Kyu-Yul Lee and Jae-Young Sim, “Cloud Removal of Satellite Images Using Convolutional Neural Network with Reliable Cloud Image Synthesis Model”. Jae-Seong Yun and Jae-Young Sim, “Cluster-wise removal of reflection artifacts in large-scale 3D point clouds using superpixel-based glass region estimation”. Kyu-Yul and Jae-Seong, Congratulations!
VIP Lab. welcomes the new research intern KuHyeun Ko. (2019/04/01)
VIP Lab. was selected to perform Samsung’s Future Tech Fostering Project (삼성미래기술육성사업 (ICT 창의과제)) for 3 years. The title of the research project is “Visual Information Restoration with Extreme Underwater Environments.” Detailed information can be found at the following web page: http://www.samsungftf.com/info/notice/saveNotice.do?boardId=183&pageVO.currentPage=1.
Jae-Seong Yun won 2018 NAVER Ph.D. fellowship award. Naver corporation awards for Ph.D. students who have published excellent papers in the world’s top-tier conferences or journals as the first author. This year, 6 Ph.D. students in UNIST were awarded the NAVER Ph.D. fellowship.
Byeong-Ju Han and Jae-Young Sim, “Glass reflection removal using co-saliency based image alignment and low-rank matrix completion in gradient domain”. Byeong-Ju, Congratulations!