GPU-accelerated LIBSVM - New version

A new version of GPU-accelerated LIBSVM has been released. Version 1.2 supports the latest  LIBSVM v3.17 & CUDA SDK 5.5. The binary and source files for both Windows and Linux are now available on Github, as well as under http://mklab.iti.gr/project/GPU-LIBSVM. Take a look at https://github.com/MKLab-ITI/CUDA/releases for a detailed change log.

Press Article for the Cooperation of ITI/CERTH with Hellenic Police/Forensic Sciences Subdivision of Northern Greece

A press article about the Cooperation of ITI/CERTH with Hellenic Police/Forensic Sciences Subdivision of Northern Greece is presented in the Έθνος newspaper (in Greek). The electronic version of the article is also accessible here.

PostDoctoral Researcher/Research Assistant Positions at ITI/CERTH, Greece

ITI/CERTH establishes cooperation with Hellenic Police/Forensic Sciences Subdivision of Northern Greece

The growth of electronic crime has called for the development of advanced analysis tools that could facilitate the tasks of digital forensic examiners. In this context, ITI/CERTH has established cooperation with Hellenic Police/Forensic Sciences Subdivision of Northern Greece, in order to integrate innovative multimedia technologies into dedicated forensic tools that could support the investigations of electronic crime.

Improve My City Mobile available on Github under A-GPL

ImproveMyCityMobile is an open source smartphone application for Android devices that allows citizens to report all types of issues related to their neighborhood. It is now available on Github

Multimedia Group @ ICIP 2013

Three papers from the Multimedia Group of the Information Technologies Institute will be presented in the 2013 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2013), which will be held in Melbourne, Australia on September 15-18, 2013. ICIP, sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society, is among the top international conferences in theoretical, experimental, and applied image and video processing. The papers are:

Sense the City

Sense the City is an application that allows citizens to get real time information regarding the environmental conditions in their city. This information is retrieved from several sensors that "sense" the city providing environmental measurements, such as temperature and concentration of pollutants (e.g. CO, CO2, NO2) that affect the air quality.

Best Paper Honorable Mention at MMM2013, Huangshan, China

The paper "Semi-supervised concept detection by learning the structure of similarity graphs" by Symeon Papadopoulos, Christos Sagonas, Yiannis Kompatsiaris and Athena Vakali won a Best Paper Honorable Mention in the International Conference in Multimedia Modeling that took place in Huangshan, China between 7 and 9 January 2013. The paper was selected out of 96 papers, 43 oral presentations and 53 poster papers that were accepted by the conference (27% acceptance rate for oral, 44% overall acceptance rate).

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