Mehrsan Javan


Mehrsan Javan Roshtkhari

PhD., Adjucnt Professor

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
McGill University

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I did my PhD  in the Center for intelligent Machines, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University, under supervision of Professor Martin D. Levine

I did my both Bachelor and Master studies in the field of Electrical Engineering at Control & Intelligent Processing Center of Excellence, School of ECE, at the University of Tehran, Iran.

Summary Specialized in statistical modeling, computer vision and machine learning with more than 7 years of experience in algorithm development for intelligent systems in academic and industrial projects.

Research interests My research interests span a wide are in intelligent systems. More general, they are about computer vision, and machine learning, and image and signal processing. I am especially interested in unsupervised content based image and video retrieval.
   Computer Vision: unsupervised scene understanding, behavior understanding, abnormality detection, activity recognition, visual context modeling.
   Machine Learning: random fields, graphical models, unsupervised (semi-supervised) learning, imitative learning.
   Image and Signal Processing: biomedical image analysis, deformable object recognition, time series analysis and prediction, spectral analysis of time series.
In addition, I have done lots of research in control engineering and dynamical systems.

Publications page with links to papers, slides, and project pages.  Or, sorted [by year]  [by topic].

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Simultaneous Dominant and Rare Behavior Understanding [project1] [project2]

javan, 'at' sign, cim dot mcgill dot ca
(514) 398 - 8203
Mailing address:
McConnell Engineering Building, Room 430
Center for Intelligent Machines
3480 University Street, Montreal      
Montreal, QC, H3A 2A7
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