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Feb 15: Dr Jain gives an invited seminar talk "Measuring viewer priorities in naturalistic settings" at the University of Florida Institute of Transportation Engineers Student Chapter
Nov 21 2017:Dr Jain presents the group's latest results on child-like characters "Adult2Child:
Dynamic Scaling Laws to Create Child-like Motion" at FIEA, UCF, Orlando, hosted by Ron Weaver.
23 - 24 October 2017 Dr. Jain will present the group's research at the CCC Computing Research Symposium at Washington DC on Oct 23-24. This gathering brings together researchers to imagine, discuss, and debate the future of computing and its role in addressing societal needs. The agenda is available here and the livestream is available here.
20 July 2017 Paper on 'Adult2Child: Modifying mocap data from adults to be child-like' to be presented at 2017 Motion In Games. Congratulations Yuzhu! See project page here.
13 July 2017 Dr. Jain presents a seminar talk at IRISA, Rennes, titled "Human-centered Video Editing", hosted by Olivier LeMeur.
5 July 2017 Dr Jain presents an invited talk at B-COM, Rennes, hosted by Jean-Yves Aubie.
30 June 2017 Dr. Jain presents an invited talk at Technicolor, Rennes, titled "Human-centered Video Editing", hosted by Erik Reinhard.
27 June 2017 Dr. Jain presents research at an invited lecture at IRISA, Brittany, titled "Human-centered Computer Graphics".
16 June 2017 Dr. Jain is a visiting professor at IRISA, Brittany, this summer. She is hosted by Dr. Olivier Le Meur and the PERCEPT team.
21 March 2017 Dr. Jain presents research at the UF Data Science and Informatics Symposium, Spring 2017.
10 February 2017 Dr. Jain presents ongoing research projects at UF ACM.
1 November 2016 Jain lab receives funding from Youtube Research!
20 September 2016 Take a look at the exciting things the team was doing over the summer!
29 June 2016 Paper on 'Decoupling Light Reflex from Pupillary Dilation to Measure Emotional Arousal in Videos' to be presented at ACM Symposium on Applied Perception 2016. Congratulations Pallavi! See project page here.
29 June 2016 Article on "Is the motion of a child perceivably different from the motion of an adult?" accepted to ACM Transactions on Applied Perception. See project page here.
9 June 2016 Poster on analyzing heart-rate of viewers on environmental public service announcements to be presented at SAP. Congratulations to Kartik Chaturvedi, Beida Chen, Isabella Cuba, Melissa Franklin, Nia Haynes, Andrew Lee, Pallavi Raiturkar, Rebecca Soodeen, and Julian Tolentino! Download preprint poster abstract here.
9 June 2016 Poster on analyzing visual scan paths on movie trailers to be presented at SAP. Congrats to Pallavi and Andrew! Download preprint poster abstract here.
18 May 2016 Workshop paper on benchmarking saliency algorithms on comic art to be presented at ICME Workshop on MMArt. Congratulations Khimya! See project page here.
18 May 2016 Poster on clustering gaze data for segmentation on comics to be presented at SAP. Congratulations Ishwarya! See project page here.
18 May 2016 Article on Predicting Moves-on-Stills for Comic Art accepted to IEEE CG&A Special Issue on Quality Assessment and Perception. See project page here.
1 May 2016 Jain lab receives funding from NSF! (CRII: RI 1566481)
29 April 2016 Don't miss the tutorial on "Visual Attention from a Graphics Point of View" on May 9 at Eurographics. Organized by Dr. Jain, along with Dr. Sumanta Pattanaik and Dr. Olivier Le Meur.
27 April 2016 Two papers from Jain Lab accepted to ACM Symposium on Applied Perception. Coming soon!
15 April 2016 Andrew Lee has accepted a PhD position at Duke University. Congratulations Andrew!
5 Feb 2016 Dr. Jain is conference co-chair for ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP), along with Dr. Joerg. Call for papers for ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP)is out. Deadlines here.