Tony Han, associate professor of computer science, currently is on a research sabbatical, working on cutting edge research in the field of deep learning.
Tony Han, associate professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, is a research scientist at the Silicon Valley artificial intelligence lab of the Baidu, China’s most popular search engine. And his work with the search engine’s Deep Speech 2 speech recognition system was named one of the 10 breakthrough technologies of 2016 by the […]
Rather than basking in the success and recognition they earned in the Pascal Visual Object Classes Challenge, Tony Han, electrical and computer engineering assistant professor at the University of Missouri said he and his team are continuing to improve their performance and are far from reaching their ultimate goals. The Challenge measures the success of […]
Tony Han, assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering, and his team of graduate research assistants have been perfecting their object detection software for over three years, but 2009 marks the first year they submitted their work to the international PASCAL grand challenge in object detection for feedback. The challenge, which began in 2005, invites […]
Mizzou Engineering will be well represented at the Twelfth IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) to be held in Kyoto, Japan this fall. “It’s a highly selective conference,” said Tony Han, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, explaining that out of 2,000-plus submissions, only 260 papers were accepted. Han, who also served as […]
A California-based company has donated more than $2 million worth of computer software to Mizzou Engineering, paving the way for electrical and computer engineering students to practice classroom theory and compete more effectively for jobs upon graduation. Wind River, which sells commercial “real-time” software operating systems that are embedded in electronic devices of all sorts, […]
A team of Mizzou Engineering researchers is seeking to develop complex surveillance software that would alert American troops to deadly explosives before they can be deployed. Most U.S. combat casualties in Iraq have been caused by explosive devices, according to Department of Defense records. Military officials have sought to thwart these improvised explosive devices-commonly known […]