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Jason J. Corso
Electrical Engineering
and Computer Science

University of Michigan
Email: jjcorso@eecs.umich.edu
Office: 4238 EECS
Phone: 734-647-8833
Bio: [txt]
Vita: [pdf]
Hours: M-R 1330-1500 when door open
Appt preferred: BOOK
When all else fails: eecs-corso-va@umich.edu
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Selected Publications
Code and Data

Publication Tag Cloud
VQA  action detection  action prediction  action segmentation  active clustering  activity recognition  artificial intelligence  attribute  augmented reality  autonomous driving  belief propagation  bioinformatics  biomarkers  biometrics  braintumor  cognitive systems  computational finance  computer forensics  computer graphics  computer vision  computer-aided diagnosis  control  cosegmentation  data mining  deep learning  deep reinforcement learning  deformable  dictionary transfer  digitial humanities  document imaging  domain adaptation  dynamic linear models  endoscopy  evaluation  event recognition  facade detection  face detection  face recognition  feature extraction  frame interpolation  fusion  gesture recognition  gpu  grammar  graph cuts  graph-based  graphical models  haptics  hierarchical  higher-order  human pose estimation  human-computer interaction  human-in-the-loop  hybrid intelligence  image captioning  image denoising  image processing  image retrieval  image understanding  inference  information fusion  inpainting  language grounding  localization  lung imaging  machine learning  mapping  max-margin  medical imaging  metric learning  mobile manipulation  mobile robotics  mosaicking  motion estimation  mrf  multimedia  natural language  navigation  neuroimaging  object detection  object grounding  object-object interaction  ontology  particle filters  pretraining  probabilistic ontology  protein structure prediction  random forest  reconstruction  robotics  segmentation  semantic segmentation  semi-supervised  single-view depth estimation  sketch generation  slam  spectral clustering  spine imaging  stereo  streaming  supervoxel  surgical robotics  tomographic reconstruction  tracking  video inpainting  video object segmentation  video prediction  video saliency  video segmentation  video summarization  video to text  video understanding  viewpoint estimation  vision and language  vision-based control  visual psychophysics  visual servo control  volume rendering  voxel maps  weak supervision 

Dr. Jason J. Corso is currently a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at The Johns Hopkins University in 2005. He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award (2009), ARO Young Investigator award (2010), Google Faculty Research Award (2015) and on the DARPA CSSG.

He is also the Co-Founder and CEO of Voxel51, a computer vision tech startup that is building the state of the art platform for video and image based applications.

His main research thrust is high-level computer vision and its relationship to human language, robotics and data science. He primarily focuses on problems in video understanding such as video segmentation, activity recognition, and video-to-text. From biomedicine to recreational video, imaging data is ubiquitous. Yet, imaging scientists and intelligence analysts are without an adequate language and set of tools to fully tap the information-rich image and video. He works to provide such a language; specifically, he primarily studies the coupled problems of segmentation and recognition from a Bayesian perspective emphasizing the role of statistical models in efficient visual inference. His long-term goal is a comprehensive and robust methodology of automatically mining, quantifying, and generalizing information in large sets of projective and volumetric images and video.

Selected Publications     [complete list here]   [google scholar]
[1] H. Tang, D. Xu, Y. Yan, Y. Wang, J. J. Corso, and N. Sebe. Multi-channel attention selection GAN with cascaded semantic guidance for cross-view image translation. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2019. [ bib | .pdf ]
[2] L. Zhou, Y. Kalantidis, X. Chen, J. J. Corso, and M. Rohrbach. Grounded video description. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2019. [ bib | .pdf ]
[3] B. Griffin and J. J. Corso. BubbleNets: Learning to select the guidance frame in video object segmentation by deep sorting frames. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2019. [ bib | .pdf ]
[4] L. Zhou, C. Xu, and J. J. Corso. Towards automatic learning of procedures from web instructional videos. In Proceedings of AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2018. [ bib | code | data | http ]
[5] L. Zhou, Y. Zhou, J. J. Corso, R. Socher, and C. Xiong. End-to-end dense video captioning with masked transformer. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2018. [ bib | code | .pdf ]
[6] L. Zhou, N. Louis, and J. J. Corso. Weakly-supervised video object grounding from text by loss weighting and object interaction. In Proceedings of British Machine Vision Conference, 2018. [ bib | .pdf ]
[7] R. Szeto and J. J. Corso. Click-here: Human-localized keypoints as guidance for viewpoint estimation. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision, 2017. [ bib | poster | code | project | data | .pdf ]
[8] D. M. Johnson, C. Xiong, and J. J. Corso. Semi-supervised nonlinear distance metric learning via forests of max-margin cluster hierarchies. IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 28(4):1035--1046, 2016. [ bib | DOI | .pdf ]
[9] C. Xu and J. J. Corso. LIBSVX: A supervoxel library and benchmark for early video processing. International Journal of Computer Vision, 119:272--290, 2016. [ bib ]
[10] R. Xu, C. Xiong, W. Chen, and J. J. Corso. Jointly modeling deep video and compositional text to bridge vision and language in a unified framework. In Proceedings of AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2015. [ bib | .pdf ]
[11] C. Xu, S.-H. Hsieh, C. Xiong, and J. J. Corso. Can humans fly? Action understanding with multiple classes of actors. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2015. [ bib | poster | data | .pdf ]
[12] P. Das, C. Xu, R. F. Doell, and J. J. Corso. A thousand frames in just a few words: Lingual description of videos through latent topics and sparse object stitching. In Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2013. [ bib | poster | data | .pdf ]
[13] C. Xu, S. Whitt, and J. J. Corso. Flattening supervoxel hierarchies by the uniform entropy slice. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision, 2013. [ bib | poster | project | video | .pdf ]

Code and Data Downloads    publication-code is linked from papers in pubs
ViP is a PyTorch-based video software platform for problems like video object detection, activity recognition, event classification that makes working with video models much easier. See the Technical Report for more information.

ActivityNet-Entitiesadd grounded bounding boxes to the ActivityNet dataset for the purposes of grounded video description. This was released with our CVPR 2019 paper.

M-PACT is a general purpose software framework for video understanding, including activity recognition, video classification, and others; it is based on TensorFlow. This technical report describes it in more detail.

YouCook2 is the largest task-oriented, instructional video dataset in the vision community. It contains 2000 long untrimmed videos from 89 cooking recipes. The procedure steps for each video are annotated with temporal boundaries and described by imperative English sentences. ArXiV report for the paper/data.

Click-Here CNNs: This is the project page supplying code and data associated with our ICCV 2017 paper.

A2D: Actor-Action Dataset is a new dataset to support a broad class of video understanding problems: action recognition, actor-class recognition, multi-label actor/action recognition, actor-action semantic segmentation. Data and evaluation code is available. This dataset was released with our CVPR 2015 paper.

Video2Text.net: A website and web-service for automatic conversion of videos to natural language sentences based on the video content. This website showcases our work in the vision+language domain.

YouCook data set: 88 challenging videos of various cooking (third-person viewpoint, different backgrounds, dynamic camera and person movement) with natural language annotations (about 8 per video) and object and action annotations. Includes a benchmark ROUGE scoring evaluation. The data set was published with our CVPR 2013 paper.

Hierarchy Agreement Index: implementation of our AAAI LBP 2013 cross-hierarchy evaluation tool for general use.

Random Forest Distance -- tree-structured metric learning that implicitly adapts the metric over the sample space based on our KDD 2012 paper. (Code updated 2/28/14)

Action Bank full code and processed data sets  [direct link to code]

LIBSVX: A Supervoxel Library and Benchmark for Early Video Processing. Implements a suite of supervoxel video segmentation methods as well as a quantitative set of 2D and 3D metrics for good supervoxels.

Graph-Shifts Code (Java) and example data.

Video label propagation code and benchmark data set.

UB/College Park stereo building facade dataset. [more information].

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