Intelligent Systems for Sustainable Urban Mobility (ISSUM) is a multisectoral collaborative effort with funding and support from the Ontario Research Fund, York University, University of Waterloo, and private sector partners (Esri Canada, Fugro Roadware, Miovision, Mircom, Teledyne Optech, Exascale Solutions, Trans-Plan).
ISSUM's mission is to research and develop integrated intelligent systems for sensing, analysis, simulation and 3D visualization of urban population mobility. The research efforts and outcomes will help strengthen the technology sector in Ontario, increase efficiency, reduce greenhouse gases and enhance the livability of urban regions for all Ontarians.
- Postdoctoral Fellowship Position in Computer Vision available in Human and Computer Vision laboratory of James Elder
- PhD student Gong Chen (Elder lab) receives Best Computer Vision paper award at the 2020 Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (CRV)
- Multiple Postdoctoral Fellowship Positions in Computer Vision, Machine Learning and SLAM available in Dr. Gunho Sohn's Laboratory
- James Elder: Single-View 3D Shape from Contour - keynote at the BMVA Symposium: 3D Worlds from 2D Images in Humans and Machines
- Postdoctoral Fellowship Position in Computer Vision available in Elderlab
- Postdoctoral Fellowship Position in Human Vision available in Elderlab
- Vector Institute for AI Interview with James Elder
Computer and Robot Vision