Tropical Landscapes Joint Venture Seminar Series
In aquaculture,monitoring fish stock at all stages of production is essential. The computer vision becomes more sophisticated and cost effective, and yet it is not used to its full potential in the aquaculture.
In particular, physical dimensions of fish could be collected from electronic images. However, the absolute scale of the photographed fish is often unknown. One approach is to photograph fish next to measuring ruler. Surprisingly very little research has been done on how to extract scale (as pixels-per-millimetre or dots-per-inch) from images automatically.
This presentation will show how our team is progressing in solving this interesting aquaculture problem, which has direct applications in other areas such as forensics, archaeology, environmental sciences.
Dr Dmitry Konovalov was born in Russia. He moved to Australia in 1990 and was awarded his Ph.D (Theoretical Atomic Physics) in 1992 from The Flinders University of South Australia. He worked as a computer programmer mainly in the finance industry until joining JCU in 2002.
He teaches Software Engineering and programming subjects. His research interests include bioinformatics, statistics, machine learning, and plasma physics.
This event is free of charge. No RSVP required.
Diane Jarvis — Diane.Jarvis1@jcu.edu.au or 4781 6023
Jane Addison — Jane.Addison@jcu.edu.au or 4781 4506