Dr. Basura Fernando is a research fellow at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (ACRV) and the Australian National University (ANU). He obtained PhD from VISICS group of KU Leuven, Belgium in March 2015. He is interested in Computer Vision and Machine Learning research. Has has contributed to statistical visual domain adaptation and human action recognition. He currently leads the "video representation project" of the Australian Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision.
Visual representation learning and deep learning
Visual recognition and analysis
Pattern recognition and data mining
Statistical Machine Learning
Organising CVPR17 workshop on Brave New Ideas for Motion and Spatio-Temporal Representations.
Organising ECCV 2016 workshop titled Brave New Ideas For Motion Representations.
Co-chairing the CVPR 2016 oral and spotlight session on Learning and CNN Architectures.
Program committee member of Robotic Vision RVSS 2016 Summer School.
Program committee member of RoboVis 2016 workshop.
CVPR 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 reviewer
ICCV 2013, 2017 reviewer
ECCV 2014, 2016 reviewer
NIPS 2016 reviewer
TPAMI: IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
IJCV: International Journal of Computer Vision
CVIU: Computer vision and image understanding journal
PR: Pattern Recognition Journal
PRL: Pattern Recognition Letters Journal
Machine Learning Journal
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia
Guest lecture 2017 Semester1 : ENGN4528: Computer Vision at ANU
Tutorial on Action recognition and Semitic Vision at the "Robotic Vision Summer School" RVSS 2017
Guest lecture in Advanced Topics in Mechatronics Systems ENGN8536 ANU
Guest lecture 2016 Semester1 : ENGN4528: Computer Vision at ANU