Prof. Trevor Darrell 

 

CS Division, University of California, Berkeley, CA, and the

International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley, CA.

Director, Berkeley Vision and Learning Center

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Previous Classes:

Fall 2009 (Berkeley): CS280: Computer Vision

Spring 2009 (Berkeley): CS294-43: Object Recognition Seminar

Spring 2007: 6.870: Intelligent Multimodal Interfaces

Spring 2006: 6.001 Lectures

Fall 2005: 6.897 Object Recognition Seminar 

Spring 2005: 6.001 Lectures 

Fall 2004: 6.001 Recitation

Spring 2004: 6.891 Computer Vision and Applications 

Fall 2002: 6.801/6.866 Computer Vision

Spring 2002: 6.001 Recitation

Fall 2001: (6.892) Computer Vision for Interface and Surveillance: Algorithms and Implications

Spring 2001: 6.001 Recitation

Fall 2000:  (6.892) Computer Vision for Interface and Surveillance: Algorithms and Implications

Spring 2000: Vision Interface Reading Group.

Spring 2000: 6.001 Recitation

(Stanford) Spring 1997: CS377B; Machine Perception for Human-Computer Interface, under Terry Winograd's PCD program in the Department of Computer Science.

 


Previous Project pages:

MIT CSAIL Vision Interfaces Group (1999-2008) 

MIT Media Lab / Interval Research Corp. (1987-2001)


 Meetings Organized:

Spring 2014 – ISAT TRUST study (co-Chair)

Spring 2013 – ISAT study on Technology for Civil Transparency (Chair)

Summer 2010 – CVPR 2010 (Program Chair)

Spring 2010 – BAVM 2010, UCB

Spring 2007 - ISAT study on Exploitation of Persistent Operational Surveillance (Chair)

Spring 2006 - ISAT quick reaction study on Adaptive and Interactive Representations (Co-Chair)

Fall 2004 - ICMI 2004 (General Chair)

Fall 2003 - NIPS Workshop on Approximate Nearest Neighbors Methods for Learning and Vision

Fall 2003 - ICMI 2003 (Program Chair)

Fall 2001 - NIPS Workshop on Multi-Sensory Perceptive Systems

Fall 2001 - PUI 2001 (Program Chair)

Fall 98 / Spring 99 - Interval Research Signal Computation Seminar

May 98 - Third Bay Area Vision Meeting (BAVM)