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Antonio José Rodríguez Sánchez is currently an Assistant Professor in the Intelligent and Interactive Systems group of the department of Computer Science at the Universität Innsbruck (Austria) leaded by Prof. Justus Piater.
He was born in Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña), a beautiful city in the north-west of Spain. He completed his Ph.D. at the Center for Vision Research (York University, Toronto, Canada) on modeling attention and intermediate areas of the visual cortex under the supervision of Prof. John K. Tsotsos (Canada Research Chair) in 2010. He obtained the degree of M.Sc. in Computer Science at the Universidade da Coruña (Spain) in 1998. He received his B.Sc. in Computer Science at Universidad de Córdoba (Spain) with Honors and did his Bachelor Thesis at the Université de La Rochelle (France). He has also finished 3 years of B.Sc. in Biology in the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain).
His current research interests include different areas of artificial intelligence: Explainable AI, computational neuroscience, (deep) neural networks, computer vision, machine learning and robotics.
He is also interested from an “amateur” point of view in other non computer related scientific fields such as physiscs, mathematics, biology, history, sports (skiing, swimming, hiking, fencing) and photography.
A deep learning approach for detecting and correcting highlights in endoscopic images. International Conference on Image Processing Theory, Tools and Applications., 2017, to appear. [Link] [PDF] [Abstract] [BibTeX], , , ,
Detecting, Representing and Attending to Visual Shape. In: , (editors), Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, pp.¬†429‚Äì442, 2013. Springer Advances in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. ¬©¬†Springer-Verlag [home] [Link] [PDF] [Abstract] [BibTeX], , ,
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