Two 2 year research fellowship to work with Philip Torr at Oxford Brookes vision research group http://cms.brookes.ac.uk/research/visiongroup/.
You will engage in state-of-the-art research in computer vision. In particular the work will be an EPSRC & Google grants on “Scene Understanding using New Global Energy Models”. To work on recognizing and reconstructing street view imagery, experts sought in SLAM, energy minimization and recognition!
GESTURE RECOGNITION CHALLENGE
sponsored by Pascal2
Whether you are a computer vision researcher, want to become one, or just want to have some fun, we are preparing a fun series of events for you.
Our first step is a data exchange ending September 7, 2011.
Hurry: if you are among the first few qualifying entrants, you win a free Kinect sensor!
Participating is easy:
1) Subscribe at http://groups.google.com/group/gesturechallenge/subscribe?note=1&pli=1 (you will need to create a Google account if you do not have one).
Research grants are available as Marie Curie Actions of VII European Framework Programme. The call is part of the International Programme COFOUND where research grants are co-funded by the European Union and the Regional Government, namely the Provincia Autonoma di Trento, Italy. The Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK) will manage the research grants on behalf of the European Union. The submitted proposals will undergo to a selective evaluation process.
ESANN 2012: European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks,
Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning
Bruges, Belgium, 25 to 27 April 2012 -20th anniversary !-
First announcement and call for papers and
Call for proposals for special sessions
We are pleased to inform you that preliminary information about ESANN 2012 is available: see http://www.dice.ucl.ac.be/esann/. ESANN 2012 will take place in Bruges, Belgium from 25 to 27 April 2012.
The call for papers is available at http://www.dice.ucl.ac.be/esann/index.php?pg=cfp.
The Program Committee of ISBA 2012 invites submissions of proposals for special topic sessions. Each session consists of 4 talks of 25 min with a common theme. The proposal should include the title of the session, a brief description (session abstract), and the list of 4 speakers and should be sent to
by September 18th, 2011.
The ISBA 2012 World Meeting -- the premier conference of the International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA) -- will be held in Kyoto, Japan, from June 25 to June 29, 2012.
Preliminary program can be found at
THIRD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COGNITIVE INFORMATION PROCESSING
May 28 to 30, 2012 Parador de Baiona
CALL FOR PAPERS
Following the success of the previous editions of the Workshop on
Cognitive Information Processing (CIP), we are pleased to announce the
third one in this series*.
This workshop aims at bringing together researchers from the machine
learning, pattern recognition, statistical signal processing, social
sciences, communications and radar communities in an effort to promote
The machine learning group of the department of computer science of K.U.Leuven has several open positions for PhD students and post-docs, amongst others in the context of the projects
- ERC Starting Grant "MiGraNT: Mining Graphs and Networks, a Theory-based approach", https://dtai.cs.kuleuven.be/research/projects/ERC2009MiGraNT
- KULeuven OT project "Probabilistic structured models: learning from large-scale hybrid domains", http://dtai.cs.kuleuven.be/research/projects/OTPSM11
Call for participation
ACTIVITY RECOGNITION CHALLENGE
Human activity recognition can be used to devise assistants that
provide proactive support by exploiting the knowledge of the user’s
context, determined from sensors located on-body. Notwithstanding the
large amount of research endeavours on this field, the comparison of
different approaches is often not possible due to the lack of common
benchmarking tools and datasets that allow for replicable and fair
testing procedures across several research groups.
Applications are invited for two fully funded PhD students to work in
the School of Informatics on the following topics:
* knowledge transfer to automate learning visual models
* learning visual object categories from consumer and advertisement videos
* leveraging the structure of natural sentences to aid visual learning
Applicants must have:
* Master degree (preferably in Computer Science or Mathematics)
* Excellent programming skills; the projects involve programming
in Matlab and C++
The UK-EPSRC funded project "Learning to Recognise Dynamic Visual Content from Broadcast Footage" is a collaboration between the University of Surrey (Prof Richard Bowden), the University of Oxford (Prof Andrew Zisserman) and the University of Leeds (Dr Mark Everingham) with research staff appointed at each institution.