Monday, November 19, 2012 - 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
- Location:Dibner Building, LC400
5 MetroTech Center, BROOKLYN, New York, US
Speaker: Professor Ricardo L. de Queiroz
Host Faculty: Professor Nasir Memon
Video transmission usually demands large computational capacity, be it for compression, decompression or for other actions such as view synthesis and depth estimation. Mobile devices, in the other hand, typically possess less capable processors in order to save battery reserves. A few issues are discussed and results are presented on: scalable computing codecs and RDC optimization; Wyner-Ziv transcoders for real time transmission from mobile to mobile; mixed resolution video coding for reduced complexity; and free-viewpoint television architecture and resource allocation using mobile cameras and/or mobile receivers.
About the Speakers
Dr. Ricardo L. de Queiroz received his Ph.D. degree from The University of Texas at Arlington in 1994. He joined the research staff at Xerox Corp. from 1994 to 2002. Since 2004 he is with Universidade de Brasilia, where he is now a Full Professor at the Computer Science Department. Dr. de Queiroz has published over 150 articles in Journals and conferences and contributed chapters to books as well. He also holds 46 issued patents. He is an elected member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society's Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP) Technical Committee and a former member of other committees and editoral boards. He has been appointed an IEEE Signal Processing Society Distinguished Lecturer for the 2011-2012 term. He also organized many conferences and IEEE chapters. His research interests include image and video compression, multirate signal processing, and color imaging.