BISTU Students Deliver Academic Reports for CCIS2019 in Singapore

By Fri, 27 Dec 2019 GMT

Beijing, 27th December, 2019 (BISTU)— BISTU students delivers their academic reports for the 6th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing and Intelligence Systems (CCIS 2019) held in Singapore. Two papers were accepted by the Conference, i.e., Body posture based on the sequence to sequence model by Jiang Jinjin, an undergraduate student majoring in Intelligent Science and technology at School of Automation (supervised by Chen Qili), and Zero-shot Image Classification Method Based on Attibute Weighting by Liu Chang, Wu Hao, al., postgraduate student majoring in Automatic Devices (supervised by Chen Wenbai).  



Sponsored by Chinese Association for Artificia and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in 2010, CCIS is a high-end professional conference attracting engineers from all around the world. CCIS 2019 is jointly organized by Tsinghua University and National University of Singapore. The Conference accepts 40 papers of excellence in the field of natural language processing, data digging, computer vision, and smart systems for discussion in five seminars where authors of these papers deliver academic reports. It shows the frontiers and latest progress of academic research in these areas and offers a valuable chance for scholars from all parts of the world to communicate and exchange ideas.  



With support of Chen Qili, Jiang Jinjin has started to apply innovative projects sponsored by Beijing Municipality for university students and finally has made a certain progress in the field of identification of human postures based on video sequence. After the meeting, Jiang Jinjin says that the Conference has benefited him greatly, i.e., broadening his horizon, showing him the latest progress in AI, and making him proceed doing research with confidence. Chen Qili holds that teaching and academic research are mutual beneficial and supplementary. Mission-driven teaching with introduction to the importance of frontier research would effectively motivate students to explore and to innovate.  

BISTU School of Automation has always been attaching great importance to research training and cultivation of global horizon for undergraduate students and actively building benign academic atmosphere. The base for innovative practice of university students has conducted a series of projects and has built a comprehensive, layered system for cultivation of innovative and entrepreneurial talents. Jiang Jinjin is the third undergraduate student attending such international conferences. More attention will be paid to innovation and entrepreneurship competence of undergraduate students and postgraduate students so as to further improve quality of talent cultivation, according to the School.