Professor Tiejun Huang’s Academic Report for Laboratory Teachers and Students
On July 17, 2019, at the invitation of Professor Hu Bin, Professor Tiejun Huang, Professor of Information Science and Technology College of Peking University, Director of Department of Computer Science and Technology, Winner of National Outstanding Youth Science Foundation, Minister of Education, Jiang Scholar, and Professor in Feiyun Tower 209, brought a report entitled “Brain-like Computing and Retinal Chip” to the teachers and students
Professor Huang Tiejun explained the development of AI in depth and concisely, and introduced the important progress of human brain computing at home and abroad. Taking the analytical simulation of primate primary visual system being carried out by the presenter’s research group as an example, he introduced the potential value of human brain simulation in visual information coding and analysis and recognition, and the participants gained a lot.
Brief Introduction of Tiejun Huang
Tiejun Huang, Professor, School of Information Science and Technology, Peking University, Director of Department of Computer Science and Technology, Winner of National Outstanding Youth Science Fund, Special Professor of Jiang Scholar, Minister of Education. He has won the second prize of national science and technology progress twice, the first prize of provincial and ministerial level five times, the Chinese Association of Science and Technology Award of Excellent Youth Achievement Transformation (2014) and the Computing Now Award of IEEE Computer Society (2013). Director of China Electronics Society, outstanding member of China Computer Society, whose main research fields are visual information processing and brain-like computing, has made many achievements in image and video background modeling and coding, foreground object detection and analysis, visual feature expression and recognition. In the past three years, we have actively promoted the development of brain-like computing technology in China, and carried out systematic work in primate primary visual analysis simulation. Published more than 200 academic papers and two monographs. As the main drafter, he formulated five national standards, four ISO/IEC standards and three IEEE standards, and authorized more than 40 invention patents.