20 Aug 2021 12:00

Prof. Pelillo Fellow of the Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA)

European Centre for Living Technology (ECLT)

Congratulations Prof. Marcello Pelillo for being elected Fellow of the Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA)!

AAIA is a nonprofit and non-governmental international academic organization that aims to build a broad AI industry to promote the development and application of AI in different fields of science and technology.
“The AAIA gathers top scientists in different disciplines that can be combined with AI, AI related institutions, and entrepreneurs that have AI applications to drive innovation, development and application of AI. The AAIA is an interdisciplinary organization of AI industries, such as AI Computing, AI Communication, AI Power, AI Biology, AI Medical, AI Robotics, AI Transportation, AI Logistics, AI Agricultural, AI Ocean, AI Transportation, AI Arts, AI City, AI Chemistry, AI Finance, AI Meteorology, AI Education, dozens of AI industries.” [from AAIA website]

Marcello Pelillo is Full Professor of Computer Science at DAIS Department, University of Venice - Italy, where he has also directed the European Centre for Living Technology and leads the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition group, which he founded in 1995. He held visiting research positions at Yale University (USA), McGill University (Canada), the University of Vienna (Austria), York University (UK), the University College London (UK), and the National ICT Australia (NICTA) (Australia).
Prof. Pelillo is a fellow of both IEEE and a IAPR.

He has published more than 150 technical papers in refereed journals, handbooks, and conference proceedings in the areas of computer vision, pattern recognition and neural computation. He serves (or has served) on the editorial board for the journals IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI), IET Computer Vision, and Pattern Recognition, and is regularly on the program committees of the major international conferences and workshops of his fields.

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