Image and Vision Computing
Professor Terry Caelli
Canberra Laboratory, National ICT, Australia
His interests lie in Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and their applications to environmental sensing systems. He is a Senior Principal Researcher at NICTA'S Canberra node in the Autonomous Systems and Sensing Technologies program. He is a Fellow of the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR) and a Fellow of the IEEE.
More information about Terry Caelli can be found on his Canberra Lab webpage.
DocRec Ltd, New Zealand
Larry Spitz came to the world of document analysis more than 25 years ago after an early career in upper atmosphere physics where he used image processing and pattern recognition techniques in an attempt to correlate auroral displays at geomagnetically conjugate points in the Antarctic and Arctic.
He did document recognition research at a succession of companies, large and small, including ten years at Xerox PARC. Eight years ago, he founded a consulting company with government and commercial clients, which provides a range of services for its clients including algorithm and software development, literature review, feasibility studies and seminars for client staff.
He is a Fellow of the International Association for Pattern Recognition and is co-chair of the IAPR Workshop on Document Analysis Systems to be held in Nelson in February 2006.