Mohammadreza Amirian

Mohammadreza Amirian
ZHAW School of Engineering

+41 (0) 58 934 47 62

Persönliches Profil

Tätigkeit an der ZHAW als

Wissenschaftlicher Assistent

Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte, Spezialkenntnisse

Maschinelles Lernen, Mustererkennung, Neuronale Netze, Affective Computing, Gesichtsausdruck, Computer Vision, Digitale Signalverarbeitung, Bio-Physiologische Signalverarbeitung, Schmerzschätzung, Sonar, Bildverarbeitung, Komprimierte Erkennung, Medizinische Bildgebung, Multi-modale DatenFusion, Recurrent Networks

Aktuelle Forschungsinteressen: Deep Learning, Bildverarbeitung

Aus- und Fortbildung

Master, Kommunikationstechnik, 2017, Universität Ulm

Publikationen vor Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

Amirian, Mohammadreza; Kächele, Markus; Palm, Günther; Schwenker, Friedhelm. Support Vector Regression of Sparse Dictionary-based Features for View-Independent Action Unit Intensity Estimation. Facial Expression Recognition Challenge (FERA 2017).
Amirian, Mohammadreza; Kächele, Markus; Thiam, Patrik; Kessler, Viktor; Schwenker, Friedhelm. Continuous Multimodal Human Affect Estimation Using Echo State Networks. Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Audio/Visual Emotion Challenge (ACM 2016).
Amirian, Mohammadreza; Kächele, Markus; Schwenker, Friedhelm. Using Radial Basis Function Neural Networks for Continuous and Discrete Pain Estimation from Bio-physiological Signals. IAPR Workshop on Artificial Neural Networks in Pattern Recognition (2016).
Kächele, Markus; Thiam, Patrik; Amirian, Mohammadreza, Schwenker, Friedhelm; Palm, Günther. Methods for Person-Centered Continuous Pain Intensity Assessment from Bio-Physiological Channels. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing (2016).
Kächele, Markus; Mohammadreza, Amirian; Thiam, Patrick; Werner, Philipp; Walter, Steffen; Palm, Günther; Schwenker, Friedhelm. "Adaptive Confidence Learning for the Personalization of Pain Intensity Estimation Systems." Evolving Systems.
Kazemi, Kamran; Amirian, Mohammadreza; Dehghani, Mohammad Javad. The S-transform Using a New Window to Improve Frequency and Time Resolutions. Signal, Image and Video Processing (2014).