Senior Researcher at INRIA Paris, France
- Short biography:
Ivan Laptev is a senior researcher at INRIA Paris, France. He received a PhD degree in Computer Science from the Royal Institute of Technology in 2004 and a Habilitation degree from École Normale Supérieure in 2013. Ivan's main research interests include visual recognition of human actions, objects and interactions. He has published over 60 papers at international conferences and journals of computer vision and machine learning. He serves as an associate editor of IJCV and TPAMI journals, he has served as a program chair for CVPR’18, he was an area chair for CVPR'10,13,15,16 ICCV'11, ECCV'12,14,18 and ACCV'14,16, he has co-organized several tutorials, workshops and challenges at major computer vision conferences. He has also co-organized a series of INRIA summer schools on computer vision and machine learning (2010-2013). He received an ERC Starting Grant in 2012 and was awarded a Helmholtz prize in 2017.