Dan Cox, 2 Apr 2015
Paul Granjon speaks at BLAST
The second Transmission Symposium will take place at BU's Executive Business Centre on April 22nd. This event will feature talks by Neuroscientists Dr Hannah Critchlow, Dr Nillie Lavie and expert on the science of magic by Dr Gustav Kuhn as well as interactive artworks from Analema Group, Anna Troisi, Luciana Hail, Szymon Kaliski, boredomresearch and many more. Places are free but limited. More details http://transmission-symposium.org/
As Part of the BLAST series of events, Paul Granjon's BLAST Wrekshop is due to take place on Monday 13th April from 10.00am – 5.00pm. Places are very limited so please click on the link to book your place or for further information.
Please see info & booking at: http://blastevent.net/wrekshop/
Paul will also be giving an evening talk afterwards on the Co-evolution of Humans & Machines from 6:30pm.
2015 Imperial College Computing Student Workshop – 24 – 25th September 2015 – London
The 5th Imperial College Computing Student Workshop (ICCSW) aims to provide an international forum for doctoral students in computing. While most conferences and workshops in academia solely cater for specific research areas, ICCSW encourages doctoral students from all disciplines in computer science to submit and review papers and take part in the event. It is a workshop organised by students for students, hosted by the Imperial College London ACM Student Chapter. Details on submissions and deadlines can be found here http://iccsw.doc.ic.ac.uk/2015/ .
The 2015 Conference on Image Processing, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition – IPCV ’15 – 27 – 30th July 2015 – Las Vegas, USA
The conference is composed of a number of tracks, tutorials, sessions, workshops, poster and panel discussions. Call for papers. More detail can be found here http://www.worldacademyofscience.org/worldcomp15/ws/conferences/ipcv15
The 20th International Computer Games Conference will take place in Louisville, Kentucky, USA on 28 – 29th July 2015.
Now in its 15th year, is acknowledged as one of the leading research conferences devoted to advancing the theory and practice of computer games development. It is organised by the University Of Wolverhampton, UK, in association with the University of Louisville and the IEEE TCSIM Computer Society, further details can be found here http://cgamesusa.com/
SIGGRAPH 2015 is taking place in Los Angeles from the 9th - 13th August 2015. http://s2015.siggraph.org/
We are able to offer to organise a group booking for any students, with approval from their supervisors, who would like to go.
The package we can offer is flying out on the 7th August and flying back after the conference in the evening on the 13th August. This will include 6 nights of accommodation (there might be the option to share hotel rooms to save you money if you'd like) and admission to the event.
In the first instance, if you'd like to go, please discuss this with your supervisors and let Anna know by Tuesday, 28th April 2015.
PLEASE NOTE: Only reply to Anna if you have had approval from your supervisor! email you interest in this event to A.C.Beeton@bath.ac.uk
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