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La scienza al femminile

Anche il dipartimento di ingegneria dell'informazione dell' Università Politecnica delle Marche sarà presente alla notte Europea dei ricercatori.
Veronica (del LabMACS) e Lucia (del VRAI), faranno due interventi sulle loro attività di ricerca: la robotica sottomarina e l'intelligenza artificiale per l'analisi di immagini mediche. 

Link per vedere l'intervento: https://mondodigitale.org/sites/default/files/veronica_bartolucci_lucia_...

Nuovo ponte di Genova: Sistema robotico di ispezione visuale automatica

 

Il 12 Novembre è stato presentato il sistema robotico di ispezione visuale automatica installato nel nuovo ponte di Genova. Le Marche hanno contribuito alla realizzazione della più importante infrastruttura tecnologica al mondo di ispezione di una grande e cruciale infrastruttura viaria.

Adriano Mancini ed Emanuele Frontoni del gruppo VRAI, in collaborazione con UBISIVE, si sono occupati di sviluppare la parte dei sistemi di visione dei robot.

Alla conferenza di presentazione hanno partecipato:

- Gian Luca Gregori - Rettore UNIVPM 

- Ferdinando Cannella - IIT, marchigiano e laureato in UNIVPM, Capo Progetto Robot

- Michele Sasso - UBISIVE, azienda marchigiana che ha realizzato le interfacce uomo macchina di controllo e monitoraggio del robot e il box visione in collaborazione con UNIVPM

- Francesco Pelizza - AMS, azienda marchigiana che ha progettato le strutture in carbonio dei robot (consulente SDA)

- Vanni Valeri - STUDIO VANNI VALERI, azienda marchigiana che ha curato tutta la parte di sicurezza dei robot (consulente Camozzi)

- Adriano Mancini, Emanuele Frontoni - Gruppo di lavoro UNIVPM, realizzatori sistemi di visione dei robot in collaborazione con UBISIVE

Di seguito un servizio video della presentazione: https://youtu.be/hsVgcQ365u8

Covmatic: An open–source, high throughput system for COVID–19 testing

 

Covmatic is an open-source, automated system to perform diagnostic Coronavirus tests. Covmatic has been designed to significantly increase the speed and efficiency of COVID-19 testing, enabling labs and health authorities to track the pandemic. Tha VRAI Lab took part in the group of volunteers and partner organizations who developed this succesful project.

All Conmvatic components and procedures are open-source. More info about Comvatic Project at the following link https://covmatic.org/.

AI for Health @ Microsoft

VRAI Lab is happy to share that our Information Engineering Department (DII) at Università Politecnica delle Marche was granted by Microsoft AI for Health COVID-19 programme with our project aiCOVID19!
We try to join our forces with international researchers worldwide to combat the new coronavirus epidemic and to understand its aftermath. 

Info on the Microsoft AI for Health project: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/ai/ai-for-health

Joint efforts during the course "Computer Vision and Deep Learning"

We are happy to announce that our work "A regression framework to head-circumference delineation from US fetal images" has been published in "Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine". You can find the work here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169260720316047

This work was born in the framework of the "Computer Vision and Deep Learning" course of UNIVPM, held by Prof. Emanuele Frontoni. During the practical section of the course, two master students (Morriss Capparuccini and Sara Giamberini) started to work on fetal head-circumference delineation with the support and supervision of Maria Chiara Fiorentino (PhD student) and Sara Moccia (Postdoc). All the efforts have now been paid off!

Well done!

AI Technologies and Applications in Media Environments @ ABU Technology Webinar

Prof. Emanuele Frontoni gave a talk for the Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union on "AI Technologies and Applications in Media Environments", in cooperation with Tecla System & Università Politecnica delle Marche.

ABU (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union), established in 1964, is the biggest broadcasting union in the world.

Following the link of the talk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiHBZSQDB8Y&feature=youtu.be

Clinical Needs Translational Award (CTA) @ CinC2020

Dr. Sara Moccia has been awarded with the "Clinical Needs Translational Award (CTA)" in the framework of Computing in Cardiology 2020 (CinC2020, https://www.cinc2020.org/) for the work:

"A Novel Approach based on Spatio-temporal Features and Random Forest for Scar Detection using Cine Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Images"

The work has been carried out in collaboration with Politecnico di Milano, Azienda Ospedaliera-Universitaria di Parma and Centro Cardiologico Monzino IRCCS.

Congratulation, Sara!

 

 

ULTIMATE WATER EU Kick-off Meeting

VRAI group successfully partecipated at the @ULTIMATEWaterEU kick-off meeting! 2 days with interesting talks about the project: getting to know partners, #demosites & tasks in the different work packages. Looking forward to the work on #CircularEconomy & #WaterSmartIndustrialSymbiosis!

Integrating Sensor Fusion and Perception for Human-robot Interaction @ IEEE RO-MAN 2020

During IEEE RO-MAN 2020 (http://ro-man2020.unina.it/), which will be held online from Aug, 31st to Sep, 4th 2020, the VRAI PostDoc Sara Moccia will co-chair and be part of the organization commitee of the workshop Integrating Sensor Fusion and Perception for Human-robot Interaction.

The workshop organization commitee calls for abstracts to discuss existing challenges, new ideas and resources and disseminate the latest results. For more details visit the workshop website https://sites.google.com/view/romanhri/

Workshop attendance and participation will be free of charge. 

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