Joseph P. Robinson received BS in electrical and computer engineering (2014) and is now pursuing a PhD in computer engineering at Northeastern University (NEU) (2019). His research is applied machine vision, with emphasis on faces, deep learning, multimedia, and large databases. He led efforts in TRECVid debut (MED 2015). He led built several image & video databases-- most notably Families In the Wild (FIW). Robinson has served throughout the community: organized/chaired of several workshops (e.g. RFIW2017@ACMMM, AMFG@CVPR, RFIW2018@FG, NECV), PC member (e.g. FG, MIRP, MMEDIA), reviewer (e.g. IEEE Transactions on—Biomedical Circuits and Systems, Image Processing, Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence), and leading positions like president of NEU IEEE and Relations Officer of IEEE SAC R1 Region. He did two NSF REUs (2010 & 2011), co-op at Analogic Corporation & BBN Technology, and internships at MIT-LL (2014) & Systems & Technology Research (STR) (2016 & 2017).