Zoe Leonard, 1 Dec 2016
The BU Research Photography Competition is back for 2017 and is set to be the best one yet.
In previous years this has been an academic competition, now it its third year, the competition is open to staff and student researchers across the university. To enter or to find out more click here.
The Festival of Learning will take place at Bournemouth University, 8-12th July 2017. CDE will be taking part this year, we will showcase some of your research. This could be a poster or any interactive demos you may have. We welcome any event suggestions and ideas you have to bring this event to life. We have requested space for Saturday 8th July, the family day, so your display can be fun / interactive and could even showcase previous projects you have completed. We really want to bring CDE to life and raise the profile of the centre and we need your help to achieve this. J Email Zoe Leonard to confirm your participation.
The FOL, celebrating its 5th year, represents a wonderful celebration of learning, the Festival showcases BU’s research and expertise to a wide and varied audience, including local communities, staff, students, employers and alumni around the world.
Public Engagement Training
We have organised some joint Public Engagement Training with the other CDTs based at Bath.
This is a fantastic opportunity and we strongly recommend that you participate in the training. We have received really good feedback from others who have taken the courses, and it will also look great on your CV – especially if you go on to use it.
There are two training sessions, one is a ‘Designing a Creative Public Engagement Activity’ workshop and the other is a ‘Non-Academic Writing’ workshop.
The Creative Workshop Training – 15th February 2017 – 14:00 – 17:00 Rooms TBC
Non-Academic Writing – 22nd February 2017 – 14:00 – 16:00 Rooms TBC
Please let Anna Beeton know if you are interested in this and which one (or both) ASAP, as there are limited numbers as the training is shared across 3 CDTs.
CDE is one of the sponsors for CVMP this year. It will be great to see you there.
CVMP 2016 - Registration Open
13th European Conference on Visual Media Production (CVMP)
British Film Institute (BFI), London, UK. 12-13 December 2016.
** Registration Now Open!**
For over a decade CVMP has built a reputation as the prime venue for researchers to meet with practitioners in the Creative Industries: film, broadcast, games. The Conference brings together expertise in video processing, computer vision, computer graphics, animation and physical simulation. It provides a forum for presentation of the latest research and application advances, combined with keynote and invited talks on state-of-the-art industry practice.
CVMP 2016, the 13th European Conference on Visual Media Production, is an ACM published conference.
:: KEYNOTES - Spanning Academia and Industry
* Michael Black (Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems)
* Dan Winn (YouTube VR)
* Diego Gutierrez (University of Zaragoza)
* Mark Ardington (Double Negative Visual Effects)
:: RESEARCH PAPERS: A vibrant technical papers and poster programme, available to view now at www.cvmp-conference.org/Programme
:: SPECIAL SESSIONS ON IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGIES
- Invited talks from Cubic Motion, Fracture Games, Figment Productions, Rewind FX and Plextex
:: SPECIAL SESSION ON COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS
- Invited talks including the COGNITUS, REFRAME, RTDA and DREAMSPACE projects spanning academia and industry.
** Registration Now Open**
Come along to London, BFI 12-13 December to see the latest technology and dissemination of practice in visual media production / visual effects, for film, games, and broadcast.
Please note just one week to go to submit your application for up to £1,000 Santander Mobility funding for your personal or professional development relating to your research. Visit Fees and Funding Support on the Graduate School website, applications by 7 December 2016.
Aardvark Swift are leading graduate recruiters for the video games and digital entertainment market. They run Grads in Games providing studio-backed guidance to students looking to break into the games industry.
They will also be running a session at Bournemouth University on Friday 9th December 2016, 4.00pm – 8.00pm , in the Lees Lecture Theatre, Talbot Campus, Poole, BH12 5BB.