UWIN-LABUST Members Participated in...

From June 3 to June 7, a research team from LABUST participated in “DCLDE 2024” conference in Rotterdam, Netherlands, focusing on marine mammal detection, classification, localization, and density estimation. The team included Professor Roee Diamant, Meisam Jahanshahi, Marko Barišić, Mak Gračić, and Guy Gubnitsky.

The conference started with workshops in Array Beamforming for Passive Acoustic Monitoring, the Dive Depth Detection (3D) method, updates on the Low-Frequency Detection and Classification System (LFDCS), marine mammal density estimation, and Pamguard's Tethys database and machine learning updates.

From June 4 to 7, various presentations were made. Notably, Professor Roee Diamant presented a paper on the “Robustness assessment of a dolphin whistle detector in the Red Sea and on the DCLDE11 dataset”. Additionally, Guy Gubnitsky presented a poster on the “Fully automatic detection and classification of sperm whale codas”.

The conference was a success, providing opportunities to network with leading researchers, learn about the latest advancements, and gathering new ideas for future researches.

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