12 September 2020
On the 30th July 2020, our Cohort 5 student Tony Adole was able to attend a virtual conference during the lockdown.
This was an international conference on Pattern Recognition and Intelligent systems (PRIS) which was meant to be held in Greece but due to the pandemic, was moved to an online conference.
The conference aims to present the latest research related to pattern recognition, intelligent systems and other related topics. Participants at the online conference were able to exchange ideas by the using oral presentation and poster presentation so they could establish a professional relationship that could enable future collaborations.
At the online conference, attendees were informed that all registered and presented papers would be included into the volume of ACM international conference Proceeding series and it would be submitted to EI Compendex, Thomson Reuters (WoS) and other databases for review and indexing.
For the conference, Tony presented his research on Faster RCNN Inception resnet v2 on Kanji handwriting characters. Due to the nature of his presented research and virtual presentation using a poster medium , his research direction was easily understood which provided him the opportunity to win the best Poster award.
Many Congratulations Tony!