Josep Lladós

Director / Computer Vision Center, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Josep Lladós

Director / Computer Vision Center, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Biography

Josep Lladós received the degree in Computer Sciences in 1991 from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and the PhD degree in Computer Sciences in 1997 from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain) and the Université Paris 8 (France). Currently he is an Associate Professor at the Computer Sciences Department of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and a staff researcher of the Computer Vision Center, where he is also the director since January 2009. He is associate researcher of the IDAKS Lab of the Osaka Prefecture University (Japan). He is chair holder of Knowledge Transfer of the UAB Research Park and Santander Bank. He is the coordinator of the Intelligent Reading Systems Group (2017 SGR 1783). His current research fields are document analysis, structural and syntactic pattern recognition and computer vision. He has been the head of a number of Computer Vision R+D projects and published more than 230 papers in national and international conferences and journals, and supervised 12 PhD theses. J. Lladós is an active member of the Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition Spanish Association (AERFAI), a member society of the IAPR. He is currently the chairman of the IAPR-EC (Education Committee). Formerly he served as chairman of the IAPR-ILC (Industrial Liaison Committee), the IAPR TC-10, the Technical Committee on Graphics Recognition, and also he is a member of the IAPR TC-2 (Structural Pattern Recognition), IAPR TC-11 (Reading Systems) and IAPR TC-15 (Graph based Representations). He is chief editor of the ELCVIA (Electronic Letters on Computer Vision and Image Analysis). He is co-Editor in Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence (SMPAI) of World Scientfic Publishing Company. He serves on the Editorial Board of the Pattern Recognition journal, in IJDAR (International Journal in Document Analysis and Recognition), the Frontiers in Digital Humanities journal, and also a PC member of a number of international conferences. He was the recipient of the IAPR-ICDAR Young Investigator Award in 2007. He was the general chair of the International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR’2009) held in Barcelona in July 2009, and co-chair of the IAPR TC-10 Graphics Recognition Workshop of 2003 (Barcelona), 2005 (Hong Kong), 2007 (Curitiba) and 2009 (La Rochelle).

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