COMP Organises the 24th Postgraduate Research Symposium to Foster Idea Exchange

Jun 25, 2021
Prof. Mang Ye from Wuhan University, China delivered a talk on “Open-world Visual Learning and Its Applications”.

The 24th Postgraduate Research Symposium (PG Day) organised by Department of Computer Science was successfully held on 18 June 2021. This annual event aims to take stock of students’ research progress, enhance their performance and allow exchange of ideas among professors and students.


This year, Prof Mang Ye from Wuhan University was invited to deliver a talk titled “Open-world Visual Learning and Its Applications”. In his talk, Prof Ye shared with participants his experiences of pursuing PhD and research. He also introduced his research works on open-world visual learning and its applications from the aspects of unsupervised learning from large-scale unlabeled data, robust deep learning from noisy data and cross-modality matching from multi-modality data. The talk was well received with constructive interaction among 80 participants.


Following this talk by Prof Ye, 39 postgraduate students presented their research work covering a wide range of topics including Database Management, Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision, Information System, Data Mining, Health Informatics, Complex System, Autonomy-oriented Computing, and Networking and Optimisation.


The PG Day organizing committee thanks the active participation of faculty members and postgraduate students. It is their effort that makes this symposium a successful event.


The 24th Postgraduate Research Symposium awarded the following students in recognition of their outstanding research performance:


Research Excellence Award


Mr. LI, Lei


Honorable Mention

Mr. ZHU, Xuliang


Best Presentation Award

Ms. CAI, Wanling

Mr. HE, Xin

Mr. HUANG, Jinbin

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