Date: Tuesday, 31st May 2022
Time: 12:00h CET
Location: NTP-L01 (Science and Technology Park),
Naučno-Tehnološki Park, Fruškogorska 1, Novi Sad
This lecture is a physical event!
Principal Research Fellow, School of Engineering,
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
Title: Recent research activities in target tracking and machine reasoning by Branko Ristic and his group at RMIT University
Abstract: The talk will briefly review four research activities: (1) Detection and tracking of small objects on the sea surface using an airborne scanning radar; (2) Development of target tracking algorithms using possibility theory (instead of probability theory); (3) The search for intelligent reactive underwater targets using the game theory; (4) Development of a valuation network for reasoning under uncertainty in the framework of imprecise probability theory.
Branko Ristic was educated in Serbia (FTN, Novi Sad and ETF, Belgrade University) and Australia (PhD, 1995). Since 2015 he is a Principal Research Fellow in the School of Engineering of RMIT University.
Before that he spent almost 20 years in Defence Science and Technology (Australia). He published over 100 journal articles and two books. His research interests include statistical signal processing and artificial