Carlos E. Thomaz
Grupo de Processamento de Sinais e Imagens

Departamento de Engenharia Eletrica

FEI

Av. Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco, 3972 - Assuncao

Sao Bernardo do Campo - Sao Paulo - Brazil - CEP 09850-901

Office: K5-01

Tel:  +55 (0)11 4353 2910 (ext. 2183)

Fax: +55 (0)11 4109 5994

Email: my initials @fei.edu.br

 

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Short Biography: Carlos E. Thomaz is Professor of Statistical Pattern Recognition at the Department of Electrical Engineering, FEI University Center, Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is head of the Image Processing Lab at FEI. Carlos Thomaz received, in 1993, his B.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After working for six years in industry, he obtained the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from PUC-Rio in 1999. In October 2000, he joined the Department of Computing at Imperial College London, UK, where he obtained the Ph.D. degree in Statistical Pattern Recognition in 2004. His main research interests are in Pattern Recognition, Cognitive Perception and Machine Learning and over these years he has published more than 120 journal and conference articles on these topics. Professor Thomaz was awarded, in 2012, a University of Nottingham Brazil Visiting Fellowship to work during three months in the Sir Peter Mansfield Magnetic Resonance Centre, UK. He has served as a member of organising and program committees at a number of national and international conferences. From 2015 to 2018, he was awarded a Newton Advanced Fellowship from the Royal Society, UK.

Research Opportunities

Our research activities are mainly related to high-dimensional data analysis. We essentially investigate, propose and implement statistical and machine learning methods to extract, visualize, understand and classify patterns on signal and information (visual and cognitive) processing. Some recent projects of our research group have been developed in collaboration with the Department of Computing, Imperial College London, UK, the Department of Computer Science, National Laboratory for Scientific Computing (LNCC), Brazil, and the Department of Paediatrics, Federal University of Sao Paulo (UNIFESP), Brazil. For further details, please see our Research or Image Processing Lab homepages, or contact me directly.

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Recent works

R. G. M. Junior, F. T. Rocha and C. E. Thomaz. A comparative analysis of linear and tensor EEG signal representations, 7pp., June 2019 (submitted).

I. R. R. Xavier, G. A. Giraldi, S. J. Gibson, G. J. F. Gattas, D. Rueckert and C. E. Thomaz. Age-related craniofacial differences based on spatio-temporal face atlases, IET Image Processing, 8pp., April 2019 (accepted).

G. F. Teruel, T. M. Heiderich, R. Guinsburg and C. E. Thomaz. Analise e reconhecimento de dor em imagens 2D frontais de recem-nascidos a termo e saudaveis. In proceedings (extended) of the 19th Simposio Brasileiro de Computacao Aplicada a Saude, SBCAS 2019, Concurso de Teses e Dissertacoes (CTD), pp. 97-102, Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 11th-14th 2019.

W. Pires, R. N. Orsi and C. E. Thomaz. A influencia de estimulos visuais de carater emocional na tomada de decisao intertemporal, 19pp., June 2019 (submitted).

R. N. Orsi, J. V. M. Romera, R. F. Maia and C. E. Thomaz. Visual patterns in reading tasks: An eye-tracking analysis of Meares-Irlen syndrome effects, 6pp., June 2019 (submitted).

L. P. Carlini, T. M. Heiderich, M. C. M. Barros, R. C. X. Balda, R. Guinsburg and C. E. Thomaz. Visual perception of pain in neonatal face images, 5pp., June 2019 (submitted).

L. A. Ferreira, E. Ribeiro and C. E. Thomaz. A cluster analysis of benchmark acoustic features on Brazilian music, 2pp., May 2019 (submitted).

L. R. S. Junior and C. E. Thomaz. A multivariate correlation assessment of chess proficiency using brain signals, 6pp., May 2019 (submitted).

L. F. Buzuti and C. E. Thomaz. Understanding fully-connected and convolutional layers in unsupervised learning for pattern recognition, 6pp., May 2019 (submitted).

P. A. S. Orona, D. A. D. Fabbro, T. M. Heiderich, M. C. M. Barros, R. C. X. Balda, R. Guinsburg and C. E. Thomaz. Face atlas using triangular meshes for neonatal pain assessment, 6pp., May 2019 (submitted).

R. N. Orsi, D. A. D. Fabbro and C. E. Thomaz. Eye-tracking data analysis during cognitive task, 20pp., April 2019 (submitted).

W. Pires, R. N. Orsi and C. E. Thomaz. Influence of emotional stimuli on human pupillary behavior, 16pp., April 2019 (submitted).

R. A. L. Moreto, C. E. Thomaz and S. P. Gimenez. Impact of designer knowledge in the interactive evolutionary optimization of analog CMOS ICs by using iMTGSPICE, Electronics Letters, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 16-18, January 2019.

E. Ribeiro and C. E. Thomaz. A whole brain EEG analysis of musicianship, Music Perception, 22pp., May 2019 (accepted).

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Last updated: junho 17, 2019.  Copyright of these papers, reproduced here for timely dissemination of research information, is with the respective publishers.