It is with great pleasure that we welcome Olivier Chapelle, Gregory D. Hager, Nikos Paragios, Vladimir Pavlovic, Bernt Schiele, and Antonio Torralba to the TPAMI Editorial Board. Their addition over the past few months as Associate Editors greatly enhances our depth in computer vision and machine learning. At the same time, we would like to express our gratitude to Dorin Comaniciu, Martial Herbert, and Anuj Srivastava who have retired as Associate Editors (AEs). While rewarding, being an AE is a lot of work over a long period of time and so we greatly appreciate their contributions.
Dr. Olivier Chapelle will oversee the reviews of papers on support vectors machines, kernel methods, semisupervised learning, structured output learning, ranking, optimization, and large scale learning. Professor Gregory D. Hager will handle papers in visual tracking, stereo, object recognition and application areas including medicine, robotics, and HCI. Professor Nikos Paragiosa will be considering manuscripts in variational and level set methods, discrete optimization, and applications to segmentation, motion analysis, optical flow and tracking, and medical image analysis. Professor Vladimir Pavlovic will oversee papers about time-series modeling and analysis, object tracking, human motion modeling, statistical learning, and graphical models. Professor Bernt Schiele will be reponsible for the areas of object recognition, statistical machine learning techniques for computer vision, and context and activity recognition from multimodal sensors. Professor Antonio Torralba will focus on papers in object and scene recognition, image databases, and content-based retrieval of images and video.
Their brief biographies appear below. Welcome aboard and we appreciate what you have already contributed to TPAMI.
David J. Kriegman, Editor-in-Chief
David Fleet, Associate Editor-in-Chief
Zoubin Ghahramani, Associate Editor-in-Chief