Events 11th August 2015

Zoe Leonard, 11 Aug 2015

Events 11th August 2015

WANTED

Calling all CDE Students.  We would love for some (if not all) of you to sign up to join us at the CDE event within BFX this year.  We will be holding a mini CDE Exhibition (similar to the CDE Celebration Event), which will be a great opportunity to showcase your research with the added bonus of being able to enjoy the various key notes and activities taking place during the day at the BFX Festival.  The CDE Exhibition / Social is scheduled for Monday 28th September 2015.  It will be the perfect way to welcome the new 1st years and we will even throw in a meal at the CDE social in the evening.  Email Daniel Cox or Zoe Leonard as soon as possible so that we can reserve your place.

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Congratulations to Darren Cosker for successfully bidding for a new EPSRC funded research centre “CAMERA” , The centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research and Applications, features state-of-the-art imagining technology and is based in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bath.  Click on the link below to see the news ITV news feature on the centre.

http://www.itv.com/news/west/update/2015-07-29/south-wests-new-state-of-the-art-tech-could-help-amputees/

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‘Work-Life Balance’ in the Digital Age – Funding available for network events supporting collaboration and impact.  Application leads must be academic / postdoctoral staff or PhD students, based at a UK higher education institution.  Deadline for applications is 5pm, on Tuesday 15th September 2015.  Email Zoe Leonard for further details.

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Introduction to Machine Learning, University of Cambridge, Wednesday 9 – Friday 11th September 2015.  This is a 3 day short course on Machine Learning for which there are special rates and some grants to cover accommodation.  The course covers a broad range of topics, from both the supervised and unsupervised learning literature, including Regression, Bayesian Inference, Classification, Clustering, Dimensionality Reduction and Feature Learning.  Basic Matrix Manipulation and programming skills are assumed.

To apply and for more information on the course, see:

http://www.csc.cam.ac.uk/academic/shortcourses/intro_ml_2015

A limited number of grants are available for three nights (B&B) accommodation at Selwyn College, which will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

To apply for the accommodation grants, please email evidence of EPSRC funding (an email from the PI with a grant number and title) to shortcourses@csc.cam.ac.uk no later than 31st August 2015.

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Geometric Modelling and Processing 2016, San Antonio, Texas, USA – Call for Papers

GMP2016 will be held in San Antonio, USA April 11-13, 2016.  This is an annual international conference on geometric modelling, simulation and computing.  The modelling and processing of geometric data is fundamental to many computer applications, including computer graphics, computer vision, CAD/CAM, medical imaging, engineering analysis, robotics, scientific computation.  This conference provides researchers and practitioners with a forum for exchanging new ideas, discussing new applications and present new solutions. Click here for further details and those all-important deadlines. 

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We are interested in hearing more about any company events connected to projects you have had some involvement with.  If you know of any events or activities coming up, that the CDE team should be aware of please email zleonard@bournemouth.ac.uk.  We are hoping to build on our success stories so please keep us informed.

 

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