The research in Multimedia Analytics is focussed on the integration of Multimedia Analysis, Multimedia Mining, Information Visualization, and Multimedia Interaction into a coherent framework which yields more than its constituent components. The two main application areas are semantic video search engines (Mediamill) and Forensic Intelligence
In a nutshell (journal papers 2000-2012)
Current Phd students
- Gosia Migut: Visual Mining
- Ork de Rooij: Interactive Content-Based Visualizations for Multimedia Search
- Dang Trung Kien: Semi-interactive construction of 3D event logs for scene investigation. 2013
PhD students that received their degree under my (partial) guidance:
- Xirong Li: Content-based visual search learned from social media, March 2012
- Giang Nguyen "Interactive Image Search using Similarity-Based Visualization, December 2006"
- Laura Hollink "Semantic annotation for retrieval of visual resources, November 2006"
- Cees Snoek "The Authoring Metaphor to Machine Understanding of Multimedia, October 2005"
- Andy Bagdanov: "Style Characterization of Machine Printed Text", May 2004.
- Jeroen Vendrig: "Interactive Exploration of Visual Content", October 2002.
- Tat Hieu Nguyen: "Segmentation of Video Into Spatio-Temporal Objects", march 2001.