Dr Juan Ye (Erica) 

Room JC1.12                                             
                Jack Cole Building,
                School of Computer Science,
                University of St Andrews,
                St Andrews, Fife, UK
                KY16 9SX
Tel:          (+44)01334463258
 juan.ye AT st-andrews DOT ac DOT uk
ye.yejuan1204 AT gmail DOT com

Latest news

  • Esma's paper on "Bio-Inspired Spiking Neural Networks for Facial Expression Recognition: Generalisation Investigation", accepted by TPNC 2018. 07 September 2018.
  • Submitted the revised paper on "Lifelong learning in sensor-based human activity recognition" to IEEE Pervasive. 31 August 2018
  • Promoted to be EPSRC full review college member. 20 August 2018.
  • Diversity Computing is out on ACM Interactions. August 2018.
  • Thanks to Amazon to provide us AWS Cloud Credits for our research, 25th July 2018.
  • Thanks to NVIDIA to provide us another GPU to support our research on lifelong learning in sensor-based human activity recognition, 23rd July 2018.
  • Juan Ye. SLearn: Share learning human activity labels across multiple datasets. Submitted to PMC. June 2018.
  • Lei Fang, Juan Ye and Simon Dobson. Discovery and recognition of emerging human activities by hierarchical mixture of directional statistical models. Submitted to IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data EngineeringJune 2018.
  • My paper on SLearn: Share learning human activity labels across multiple datasets”, accepted by PerCom' 18. 2018
  • Our paper on "Wearable assistive technologies for autism: opportunities and challenges" has been accepted by IEEE Pervasive Magazine's special issue on augmenting humans, accepted, 4th September 2017.
  • Guest editor on the special issue "ambient intelligence environments" of Information, deadline for submission 30 September 2018
  • Attended EPSRC ICT prioritisation panel discussion. September 2017.
  • Congratulations to Esma Mansouri Benssassi (my PhD student) to have her paper on "A decentralised multimodal integration of social signals: a bio-inspired approach" accepted by the ICMI 2017 Doctoral Consortium, 3rd August 2017.
  • Thanks to NVIDIA to provide us GPU to support our research on bio-inspired multi-modal integration of social signals, 10th July 2017.
  • Gave a talk on knowledge-driven activity recognition at the EU ACROSS training event held at De Montfort University, June 2017.
  • Iveta Dulova, my final-year project student, has won the prize for “Best Final Year Student” at the 10th BCSWomen  Lovelace Colloquium. Her poster title is “SensorCube: An end-to-end framework for conducting research via mobile sensing“. [link]. May 2017.

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