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Lior Wolf, PhD

Faculty Member, the schools of Computer Science at Tel Aviv University

Location: Tel Aviv Israel

Lior Wolf is a full professor at the School of Computer Science at Tel-Aviv University. Previously, he was a postdoctoral associate in Prof. Poggio's lab at MIT. He graduated from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, where he worked under the supervision of Prof. Shashua. Prof. Wolf is an ERC grantee and has received the best paper awards at the European Conference on Computer Vision 2000, the International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) 2009 post-conference workshop on eHeritage, the pre-Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition workshop on action recognition, ICANN 2016 and Face & Gesture 2021. He was also awarded the ICCV 2001 Marr Prize honorable mention and the runner-up for the best paper award at ICCV 2019. His research focuses on computer vision and deep learning and includes topics such as object detection, bioinformatics, medical imaging, applications of AI in physics, voice generation, natural language processing and video action recognition.

Associated Grants

  • Developing a Novel Platform for Patient Selection and Disease Tracking Using Super-resolution Microscopy and AI


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