Report of 13th PG Day

The Postgraduate Research Symposium (PG Day) is an essential event in our department, which provides a formal way for research postgraduate students to present and share their research ideas, skills, works, and experiences. This year the 13th (PG Day) was carried out on 3rd & 4th March, 2011.




Prof. Leung giving a welcome speech for the symposium



There were totally 18 papers coming from the PhD and MPhil candidates of the department. Presentations were carried through a single track which covers Pattern Recognition & Computer Vision, Information System, Data Mining, Complex System, Autonomy-oriented Computing, Networking and Optimization. We also had a distinguished lecture named as "Machine Intelligence, F-granulation and Generalized Rough Sets: Uncertainty Analysis in Pattern Recognition and Mining", given by Prof.  Sankar K. Pal, Distinguished Scientist and Former Director, Indian Statistical Institute.



Prof. Pal giving the distinguished lecture


In this symposium, Mr. Liu Xin won the best paper award and Mr. Peng Yun won the best presentation award. Finally, the PG Day organizing committee thanks the active participation of the faculty members and the postgraduate students, it is their effort that makes this symposium a successful event.

Best Paper Best Presentation
Best Paper Award
Best Presentation Award