David Hestenes Prize for outstanding research on “Hypercomplex algebras for dictionary learning

Srđan Lazendić (EA16) and Hendrik De Bie (EA16) from the Clifford Research Group and Aleksandra Pižurica (EA07) from the Image Processing and Interpretation group (imec-IPI) are recipients of the second edition of the David Hestenes Prize.

They are receiving this prize for their outstanding paper and presentation on “Hypercomplex algebras for dictionary learning” awarded at the AGACSE 2018 conference in Campinas, Brazil. The prize awarded at the opening ceremony was followed by a special plenary lecture delivered by Srđan Lazendić.

The David Hestenes Prize was instituted in 2015 at the 6th Conference on Applied Geometric Algebras in Computer Science and Engineering (AGACSE) in Barcelona, Spain and is awarded each three years at the occasion of an AGACSE Conference. The prize intends to encourage young researchers to compete for excellence in their research and is awarded for the best work submitted by a young researcher under 35 years old.

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