Round 2! After our 2020 challenge, we have the honour of taking part in Ubicomp again. We will challenge you with a new task within a similar scientific domain. STABILO is proud to be supported by the University of Erlangen’s MaD-Lab (Machine Learning and Data Analytics) and the Fraunhofer IIS in Nuremberg.
What’s Ubicomp? It’s a renowned computer science conference that will be held in Cancún, Mexico, in September 2021. It’s really called ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing and is colocated with ISWC 2021. ¡Viva México!
What’s the challenge? We built a sensor-equipped pen that writes on normal paper. We challenge you to build a recognizer that takes this pen’s sensor data and recognizes the mathematical equations that were written. Think high-dimensional variable-length time series handwriting recognition. ¡Dios mío!
Your algorithms will be evaluated on unknown writers but you will be given a couple of adaptation equations to take writer-specific features into account.
What’s in it for me? We know that you care mostly about your never-ending glory that you earn if your team wins this thing. Anyway, we’re adding goodies as well, like travel support and prize money for the three best teams. 16200 USD overall. ¿Por qué no?
What’s the data like? Raw. Multi-variate. Sequency. More info here. ¡Veremos!
What’s the timeline? The dataset is released in February 2021. The finals will be judged in Cancún in fall 2021. More info here. ¡Ay!
How can I join? Simply register your team and start building your recognizer!