CSE 590V: Computer Vision Reading Group

CSE590V is a Seminar/Reading Group focused on recent trends in computer vision. We will cover papers from recent computer vision conferences (CVPR, ICCV, ECCV). The seminar is open to everyone. We especially encourage first year graduate students who may be considering computer vision or related areas as potential research avenues.

The seminar meets every week from 3:30PM to 5:00PM in AC403.

The class mailinglist is cse590v(at)cs.washington.edu.

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  1. Eli Shechtman, elishe(at)cs.washington.edu
  2. Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman, kemelmi(at)cs.washington.edu
  3. Natalia Larios Delgado, nlarios(at)u.washington.edu
  4. Sameer Agarwal, sagarwal(at)cs.washington.edu
  5. Yasutaka Furukawa, furukawa(at)cs.washington.edu



Low level vision

Compressive Sensing

Locality Sensitive Hashing

Discrete Optimization


Feature extraction and description

Optimization and learning

Image classification, and Object detection and recognition