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Former Visiting Researcher Oliver Styles receives Best Student Paper Award at CVPR 2020 Precognition Workshop

28 May 2020

Warwick University PhD student Oliver Styles visited the ROSE Lab from August to December 2019. While at the ROSE Lab, he conducted research on multi-camera trajectory forecasting and collected a dataset at NTU for this research.

This research led to a paper entitled “Multi-Camera Trajectory Forecasting: Pedestrian Trajectory Prediction in a Network of Cameras” which was accepted for the Precognition Workshop at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2020. This paper went on to win the Best Student Paper Award.

CVPR is the regarded as the premier conference in the area of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision.