Recent Research Figure
Deep Learning-based Image Watermarking
Image watermarking refers to the process of embedding a watermark into a cover-image. Our watermarking focuses on the robustness for covert communication. One application is to extract the watermark from camera-resampled marked-images, and the end-users can scan any images for more information. Deep Learning components will be designed or applied.
(Deep) Weakly Supervised Learning
Labeling an image as a whole is much easier than labeling each part. However, supervised learning can only learn from training data with exact labels. Hence, weakly supervised learning, more concretely, inexact supervision where the training data are given with labels but not as exact as desired, is the purpose of this project. Here, the given label will the classification label, and the desired output will range from object localization to detection to segmentation.
Funded by: Nebraska University Research Development Program
Deep Learning-based Foreign Object Debris Detection
Foreign Object Debris is any substance alien to an airport system that can cause damage. We leverage multidisciplinary techniques by integrating machine learning, computer vision, small unmanned aerial technology, and traditional airport operations protocols to develop a system that helps overcome the high-cost, low-efficiency, and technical challenges of Foreign Object Debris detection that a great number of small-scale airports are facing.
NASA Nebraska Space Grant
Nebraska University (NU) Collaboration Initiative
co-PI/Senoir Personnel Projects
co-PI, "Enhanced Imaging Frameworks Against Future Outbreaks of COVID-19", Funded by University of Nebraska Lincoln COVID Rapid Response.
co-PI, "Deep Morphological Neural Networks"