Zoe Leonard, 19 Apr 2017
Last call for abstracts – Deadline Friday 21st April 2017
This annual one-day event, led by Bristol Vision Institute (BVI) at the University of Bristol in collaboration with the Universities of Bath, Exeter and Cardiff, brings together vision researchers from all disciplines.
The event will be held at University of Bath, featuring a key note talk from Jon Starck Head of Research at Foundry www.foundry.com on "Computer Vision in Movie Post-production".
The colloquium provides an ideal opportunity for postgraduate students, postdoctoral research associates and others at an equivalent career stage, to present their work and obtain valuable feedback in an informal conference environment.
Submissions are invited from all areas of Vision Science and Engineering, including, but not limited to Biology, Psychology, Engineering, Computer Science, Medicine, Physics, Mathematics and the Creative Arts.
To submit an abstract for poster or presentation, for general admission tickets or for more information please visit: https://visionresearcherscolloquium2017.eventbrite.co.uk - Please note you will have maximum of 90 minutes in which to register once you have selected your ticket so please be prepared with your title, abstract and references beforehand.
Deadline for abstracts: Friday 21st April 2017 17:00
BVI will contact you to let you know whether your application has been successful by 12 May 2017.
Register for ‘Robots at the movies’
CDE RE Zack Lyons showcases his research at co-LAB
Saturday 22nd April 2017
CDE Research Engineer Zack Lyons will be showcasing part of his research with 'Z-World: Brain Injury Rehabilitation'. Walk through streets, give instructions and react to the situations you’re presented with. This technology is being used in the rehabilitation of brain injuries, analysing how people behave and predicting problems that they may experience in real life to develop new therapeutic opportunities.
In collaboration with University of Bath’s Leon Watts and Zack Lyons.
This showcase is part of the 'Dance and Virtual Worlds' Co-Lab event taking place at The Edge, University of Bath.
Next Generation Computational Modelling Summer School
The NGCM Summer Academy will be held at the University of Southampton from Monday, 26 June to Friday, 26 June 2017.
The NGCM Summer Academy is a one-week event bringing together PhD students from across the UK who work on computer simulation of science and engineering problems, and want to extend their training through the workshops available at the Summer Academy. The training is delivered by world-leading experts and key developers of the relevant software tools.
Pre-requisites vary from course to course, but generally include at least some programming experience.
Prior to the main programme outlined above, three courses are on offer, aimed at those just starting with computational work. These courses provide a basic or intermediate introduction to Python, version control and testing and can be attended separately as a one-day event. In parallel, there will be a course on Scientific Programming run by a fellow of the Software Sustainability Institute, Alice Harpole.
The NGCM summer school offers 50 subsidised spaces available to UK PhD students working with computational modelling. There is a nominal attendance fee of £10 per day.
For further information and to register please visit the Summer Academy’s webpage.
EPSRC Doctoral Prize
The University of Nottingham Graduate School is promoting the EPSRC Doctoral Prize at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/graduateschool/funding/funding-news/epsrc-doctoral-prize-2017.aspx, which is applicable to subjects including Science, Engineering and Technology and Medicine within the EPSRC remit. Closing date is 14 June at 12 noon.
The UoN Graduate School welcome applications from other Universities. If you would like more information please contact: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.