CMM researcher awarded in two conferences as best paper

CMM researcher awarded in two conferences as best paper

Felipe Tobar, a researcher at the Center for Mathematical Modeling of Universidad de Chile, won two awards for the best paper in two conferences.

The first one was at the 22nd Digital Signal Processing Conference (50th anniversary) sponsored by the IEEE. There were 166 papers submitted and 120 were presented, with 140 participants. Together with Iván Castro –from the Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (DIE)– and Cristóbal Silva –a former DIE student– Tobar presented the article Initialising Kernel Adaptive Filters via Probabilistic Inference, which obtained first place among the three winners.

The second prize was awarded at the International Conference on Sensing, Diagnostics, Prognostics, and Control, also sponsored by the IEEE. 148 papers were presented and 250 were submitted. There were 300 participants. The CMM researcher was awarded together with Diego Cabrera, from de la Universidad Politécnica Salesiana sede Cuenca, and Fernando Sancho, from the Universidad de Sevilla, for the paper Combining Reservoir Computing and Variational Inference for Efficient One-class Learning on Dynamical Systems. The organization awarded other four articles as best papers.

Posted on Sep 14, 2017 in Frontpage, News