Antonio Neves

University of AveiroPortugal

Prof. António J. R. Neves received the Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Aveiro, in 2007. Since 2002 he is a researcher at Institute of Electronics and Informatics Engineering of Aveiro and since 2007 an Assistant Professor at the Department of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics of the University of Aveiro. He is an IEEE Senior Member and member of several other research organizations worldwide. His main research interests are computer vision, robotics and image and video processing. He participated or coordinated several research projects and published more than 150 publications, including books, book chapters, journal articles and conference papers. He has also a vast experience as a reviewer of several journals and conferences. As a professor, he supervised several Ph.D. students and Master students in the referred areas. Moreover, he has been head Professor for several courses in the areas of computer science, signal processing, image processing and robotics. Since 2018 he is the Derector of the Master’s Program in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering.

2books edited

4chapters authored

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The goal of Intelligent video surveillance systems is to efficiently extract useful information from a considerable number of videos collected by surveillance cameras by automatically detecting, tracking and recognizing objects of interest, and understanding and analyzing their activities. Video surveillance has a huge amount of applications, from public to private places. These applications require monitoring indoor and outdoor scenes. Nowadays, there are a considerable number of digital surveillance cameras collecting a huge amount of data on a daily basis. Researchers are urged to develop intelligent systems to efficiently extract and visualize useful information from this big data source. The exponential effort on the development of new algorithms and systems for video surveillance is confirmed by the amount of effort invested in projects and companies, the creation on new startups worldwide and, not less important, in the quantity and quality of the manuscripts published in a considerable number of journals and conferences worldwide. This book is an outcome of research done by several researchers who have highly contributed to the field of Video Surveillance. The main goal is to present recent advances in this important topic for the Image Processing community.

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