Events 5th May 2017

Zoe Leonard, 5 May 2017

Events 5th May 2017

Congratulations to Sean Soraghan for successfully defending his Thesis "A Perceptually Motivated Approach to Timbre Representation and Visualisation".  Congratulations also to his supervisory team Alain Renaud (Bournemouth University) and Ben Supper (ROLI) for supporting him throughout his EngD.  Find out more about this story on the CDE website.

 

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Congratulations also go to Daniela De Angeli who recently won the University of Bath, Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Prize for Public Engagement with Research.  Congratulations Daniela.  Very well deserved.

 

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CDE Conference 2017

 

Register today to secure your place at this year’s CDE Conference

 

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Final revised deadline for abstracts: Friday 12 May 2017 17:00

Applicants will be contacted by 26th May 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. 

 

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AniNex Workshop – Submission Deadline Extension

 

Submissions are also open for the 3rd "AniNex" Workshop - Next Generation Computer Animation Techniques - at Edutainment at Bournemouth on 23 June, 2017.  Please see details below.

Perhaps if you are preparing a new paper / poster for the CDE Conference, you could also submit to the AniNex Workshop.  This is a fantastic opportunity and a great dissemination route.

You are invited to submit your research work in the related topics on computer animation to the workshop, which will publish a post conference proceeding at LNCS. Extended version of a selection of papers will be recommended  to four peer-reviewed journals, which are in line with the Edutainment conference.

The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to 7th May 2017.

Please find more information by following the link: http://edutainment2017.org/workshops

If you have any queries, please feel free to contact Dr Jian Chang at jchang@bournemouth.ac.uk

 

 

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Institute for Mathematical Innovation

Compressive Sensing Workshop

 

One Day on Compressive Sensing: Advances in theory, algorithms and applications 1st June 2017, University of Bath

Interdisciplinary workshop looking at recent developments in the field and addressing key applications

Speakers Include:

Dr Silvia Gazzola, University of Bath

Dr Marta Betcke, University College London

Dr Thomas Blumensath, University of Southampton

Dr Xiaohao Cai, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, UCL

Dr Clarice Poon, University of Cambridge

Professor Jared Tanner, University of Oxford

Dr Yves van Gennip, University of Nottingham

 

Registration deadline: Friday 12th May 2017

Further information:

 

 

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The AEngD have requested nominations from EngD Centres for AEngD RE / Alumni reps.

Please see http://www.aengd.org.uk/ and contact Mike Board if you are interested in being a rep and applying for a rep post.

 

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