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Ikeuchi Lab., University of Tokyo

Katsushi Ikeuchi is a Professor at the Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. He received the Ph.D. degree in Information Engineering from the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 1978. After working at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT for three years, the Electrotechnical Laboratory, MITI for five years, and the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University for ten years, he joined the university in 1996.

He has served (or will serve) as the program/general chairman of several international conferences, including 1995 IEEE-IROS (General), 1996 IEEE-CVPR (Program), 1999 IEEE-ITSC (General) and 2003 ICCV (Program). He is an Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Computer Vision. He has been a fellow of IEEE since 1998. He was selected as a distinguished lecture of IEEE SP society for the period of 2000-2001.

He has received several awards, including the David Marr Prize in computational vision, and IEEE RA society K-S Fu memorial best transaction paper award. In addition, in 1992, his paper, "Numerical Shape from Shading and Occluding Boundaries," was selected as one of the most influential papers to have appeared in Artificial Intelligence Journal within the past ten years.


池内 克史(IKEUCHI katsushi)

1949年 大阪府出身。東京大学大学院情報学環教授。大学院博士課程を1978年に修了

後、MIT人工知能研究所に3年、通産省電子技術総合研究所に5年、カーネギーメロン大計算機科学部に10年在職の後、1996年東大生産技術研究所に着任。1枚の明るさ画像から奥行きを得る手法の開発や人まねロボットの視覚などコンピュータビジョンの研究に従事。現在は、これらの手法を利用して鎌倉や奈良さらにはタイスコタイの大仏など世界中大仏や文化財のデジタル化にとりくむ。D.Marr賞(1990年)、AI Journal最多引用論文賞(1992年)、日本ロボット学会論文賞(1997年)、K−S Fu記念 IEEE R&A誌論文賞(1998)、日本VR学会論文賞(2000)などを受賞。1991−92年度IEEE SPS Distingished Lecturer。IEEE フェロー。