Prof. Wen Chenglu from School of Informatics Won The Otto von Gruber Award
Recently, Professor Wen Chenglu from department of Artificial intelligence of School of Informatics has been granted the Otto von Gruber Award by International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS).
The Otto von Gruber Award (www.isprs.org/society/awards/gruber.aspx) started in 1961 and is held every four years. The award is given to a young scholar for his/ her prominent paper contribution in the aspects of photographic surveying, remote sensing and spatial information science. Among the 14 scholars having won this award worldwide over the past 60 years, Professor Wen Chenglu is the first Chinese awardee.
Professor Wen has achieved a series of results on complex 3-D scene perception and understanding and 3-D vision. She has taken charge of projects such as The National Natural Science Foundation of China and has also undertaken some national and provincial projects. Besides, she has published over 80 papers in international authoritative journals and in academic seminars (such as CVPR、AAAI、ISPRS JP&RS、IEEE TGRS、PR). The intelligent calculating model proposed by her is in a leading place in the ranking lists of data sets, such as KITTI and Waymo in international self-driving area.