Category Archives: Teaching

Supervised graduate students

I have supervised several graduate students (Laëtitia Letoupin, Antonin Molières, Alexis Malécot, Ho Tien Lam) for the development of a Video Indexing tool in C++/Qt while doing my PhD in Bordeaux.

Since joining the MICC, I have supervised multiple italian students on different projects:

  • Alessio Benevieri, Railway Wagon Id Automatic recognition
  • Federico Bartoli, Master thesis “Fast pedestrian detection via geometric and Soft Cascade approximation” [1]

  • Claudio Tortorici, Master thesis “Relaxed Decision Trees over multiple Taxonomies for Visual Recognition”

  • Giovanni Giunto, Master thesis “Towards Spatial Codebook-free Methods for Image Classification”

  • Andrea Ciolini, Master thesis “Object Detection on Low Power Devices” [2]


[1] F. Bartoli, G. Lisanti, S. Karaman, A. D. Bagdanov, and A. Del Bimbo, “Unsupervised scene adaptation for faster multi-scale pedestrian detection,” in 22nd International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR), Stockholm, Sweden, 2014. Oral presentation.

[PDF] | [Presentation] | [Bibtex]

@InProceedings{bartoliicpr2014,
author = {Bartoli, Federico and Lisanti, Giuseppe and Karaman, Svebor and Bagdanov, Andrew D. and Del Bimbo, Alberto},
title = {Unsupervised scene adaptation for faster multi-scale pedestrian detection},
note = {Oral presentation},
booktitle = {22nd International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR)},
address = {Stockholm, Sweden},
year = {2014}
}

[2] A. Ciolini, L. Seidenari, S. Karaman, and A. Del Bimbo, “Efficient Hough Forest Object Detection for Low-power Devices,” in IEEE First International Workshop on Wearable and Ego-vision Systems for Augmented Experience (WEsAX), 2015.

[PDF] | [Bibtex]

@inproceedings{ciolini2015,
author = {Ciolini, Andrea and Seidenari, Lorenzo and Karaman, Svebor and Del Bimbo, Alberto},
title = {Efficient Hough Forest Object Detection for Low-power Devices},
booktitle = {IEEE First International Workshop on Wearable and Ego-vision Systems for Augmented Experience (WEsAX)},
year = {2015}
}

Teaching activity

I have mostly taught in Bordeaux during my PhD and during a research and teaching assistant position after my PhD. I have recently gave a lecture on Video Coding and Representation in Italian. Up to now, my teaching activities account for 200+ hours.

  • University of Florence: (In Italian)
    • Lecture Course on Video Coding and Representation (MPEG4-MPEG7), BSc level
  • IUT Bordeaux 1 : (In French)
    • Lecture Course on Video Analysis, BSc level
  • ENSEIRB : (In French)
    • Practicals on Video Indexing, MSc level, option “Multimedia Technologies”
    • Project on Video Analysis, MSc level, option “Multimedia Technologies”
    • Tutorial Class on Work Environment, BSc level
    • Programming Projects, BSc level
  • University of Bordeaux 1 : (In French)
    • Computer Science and Internet Certificate (C2I), BSc level
    • Softwares – Rebound Semester, BSc level
    • Master students’ internships follow-up