First Place for Dean Zadok at the Technion Research Day 2023
Congratulations to Dean Zadok, PhD student under supervised by Professors Alon Wolf, Oren Salzman and Alex Bronstein, who represented CS at the Technion Research Day held on January 18, 2023, and won the first place and the title "Audience Favorite" - after winning the first place at the CS Research Day held on December 28, 2022 - for his research Fine Finger Motions from Ultrasound Images via Kinematic Representation, which deals with robotic prostheses and smart accessories for innovative amputees, that allow the inference of finger movement by replacing the sensors provided in robotic hands, using ultrasound that provides the muscle movements of the lower limb of the hand.
Techcrunch article about Embryonics
A Techcrunch article about Embryonics.
Aviv Rosenberg won the Council for Higher Education Scholarship
Congratulations to our PhD student Aviv, on winning the scholarship for his research under joint supervision of Prof. Alex Bronstein and Prof. Yael Yaniv.
Workshop on Machine Learning & Hardware Security
On August 26-27, 2020, we held a workshop on machine learning and hardware security. Agenda and all materials are available via this link.
Alex Bronstein wins the ERC Consolidator Grant for 2019
VISTA PI Prof. Alex Bronstein was awarded a 2M EUR Consolidator Grant by the European Research Council for the project EARS - Acoustics-based drone navigation and interaction.
Our 3DV paper wins best paper awards
Our recent paper Correspondence-free region localization for partial shape similarity via Hamiltonian spectrum alignment presented at 3DV this year won the Best Paper Award and the IEEE Women in Engineering best paper award that rightly goes to Arianna and Irene.
Our students win the IMVC best undergrad student prize
Nir Diamant and Dean Zadok win the Israeli Machine Vision Conference (IMVC) best undergraduate work prize for their paper Beholder-GAN: Generation and Beautification of Facial Images with Conditioning on Their Beauty Level.
Image processing and Deep learning courses
VISTA is offering two advanced undergraduate/graduate-level courses this semester: Deep Learning and Digital Image Processing. Recordings of the lectures and the tutorials are posted weekly on our YouTube channel. The course websites contain lecture notes, presentation slides, videos, tutorial Jupyter notebooks, home assignments, and supplementary materials. Physical and online listeners are welcome.
Shay Elmalem wins the OSA Student Grand Challenge: The Optical Systems of the Future
Shay Elmalem, a Ph.D. student from EE@Tel Aviv University won the Optical Society of America grand challenge The Optical Systems of the Future presenting our extended depth-of-field and passive range computational imaging system.