Jose M. Alvarez
Toyota Research Institute
Jose M. Alvarez is a senior computer vision researcher at Toyota Research Institute working on Deep Learning for Autonomous Driving. Previously, he was a researcher at CSIRO (formerly NICTA) working on feature learning and selection, semantic segmentation and large scale road scene understanding. He has served as local arrangement chair at ICCV 2011, and has lead the organization of several workshops in the field in conjunction with major conferences and has been in the program committee of most editions of the CVVT workshop.
University of California, Berkeley
Fisher Yu is a researcher in University of California, Berkeley, advised by Prof. Trevor Darrell. He pursued Ph.D. degree in Princeton University, advised by Prof. Thomas Funkhouser and Prof. Jianxiong Xiao. Before that, he received BSE and MSE from University of Michigan. His research interest is learning universal representation for image recognition, Internet-scale visual understanding and vision based autonomous driving system. He has led organization of multiple workshops in CVPR.
Baidu/University of Kentucky
He is the chief scientist for 3D vision at Baidu. He is also a full professor at the University of Kentucky (on leave). His research interests include 3D computer vision and 3D computer graphics, in particular 3D modeling and 3D data analysis. He has published over 100 papers with an H-index of 48. He is an Associate Editor for IEEE T-PAMI He has been a program co-chair for 3DIMPVT (now 3DV) 2011 and WACV 2014, and he has been ACs for both ICCV and CVPR multiple times. He most recently organized a workshop on 3D sensing and understanding with both audio and video at ICCV 2015.