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Project title    Investigator(s)    Level
   Human activity recognition from movie sequences    Nhat-Tan Nguyen (Student)
Denis Laurendeau (Supervisor)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Co-supervisor)
   Ph.D.
(1/2006 - 1/2010)
   Modelling and Comparing Human Gait from Monocular Video Sequences    Frédéric Jean (Student)
Robert Bergevin (Supervisor)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Co-supervisor)
   Ph.D.
(5/2005 - 5/2009)
   Real-time estimation of the orientation of a person's gait with the help of a autosimilarity matrix obtained from a video sequence    Keaven Pineau (Student)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Supervisor)
Robert Bergevin (Co-supervisor)
   Masters
(9/2003 - 1/2008)
   3D techniques of morphological analysis applied to the study of the shoulder bone complex    Yang Shi (Student)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Supervisor)
Denis Laurendeau (Co-supervisor)
   Masters
(9/2004 - 12/2007)
   Tracking of pedestrians using a system of agile stereo cameras    Louis Buteau-Vaillancourt (Student)
Denis Laurendeau (Supervisor)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Co-supervisor)
   Masters
(9/2004 - 4/2006)
   Skeleton-based segmentation and description of articulate object cyclic movements from video sequences    Sébastien Quirion (Student)
Robert Bergevin (Supervisor)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Co-supervisor)
   Masters
(1/2004 - 8/2005)
   Virtual reality software design for Theatre Arts    Christian Dompierre (Student)
Denis Laurendeau (Supervisor)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Co-supervisor)
   Masters
(9/2003 - 9/2005)
   Automatic segmentation of the bony structure of the shoulder    Nhat-Tan Nguyen (Student)
Denis Laurendeau (Supervisor)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Co-supervisor)
   Masters
(9/2003 - 9/2005)
   3D Reconstruction of hepatic tumours from interventional magnetic resonance images    Denis Laurendeau (Supervisor)
Alexandra Branzan-Albu (Researcher)
   Postdoctoral project
(9/2001 - 5/2003)

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