Seminario: "Machine Learning with Hyperspectral imaging: two real industrial application projects at ATRIA."

El lunes 29 de abril de 2024 a las 13.00 en el Aula A07 del edicio Ada Byron se celebrará el seminario "Machine Learning  with Hyperspectral imaging: two real  industrial application projects at ATRIA", a cargo de Rosa Castillón,  Industry 4.0 Director at ATRIA y Jorge Ferrer,  materials and sustainability engineer.


Bio: Rosa obtained her bachelor and Master at the University of Zaragoza. Since 2017 she works at ATRIA Innovation, where she currently leads the Industry 4.0 projects, working on improving the efficiency, safety and quality of numerous production processes, applying computer vision, augmented reality or robotics solutions.

Jorge holds a B.S. in physics and a Master's Degree in Robotics, Graphics and Computer Vision both from the University of Zaragoza. After finishing his studies he obtained an internship at ATRIA Innovation and is now a full-time materials and sustainability engineer.


Abstract: Innovation is closer than you think! ATRIA, right here in Zaragoza helps factories run smoother and smarter, all while building a sustainable future. 


Conventional RGB cameras capture a limited portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. Hyperspectral imaging, however, analyses the unique spectral fingerprint of each pixel within an image. This allows for the identification of materials and real-time monitoring of complex processes. This talk will cover two real projects developed recently at ATRIA and relate them with the RGCV master's subjects. Both projects involved hyperspectral data acquisition, measurement, and the training of machine learning models to address specific industrial challenges. These projects show examples to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge gained in a RGCV Master's program and its practical application in the field.