SERA Summer School 2012


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Representing, understanding, classifying shapes of three-dimensional objects is an extremely challenging research field with applications in diverse fields such as object recognition, classification, graphic design, animation, computational anatomy, and biomedical image processing. This summer course will focus on the problem of modeling, representing, and comparing the shape information extracted from digital data. In the school, both theorical and numerical aspects will be presented.



Audience:
Engineers, scientists, post-graduate students in the field of image processing, computer vision, mathematics, statistic, biology, computer science, neuroscience and computational science.

School Dates:
Summer School 5-8 June 2012. Registration: 1 April - 15 May.

School Schedule (20h):
Tue: 10:15-18,00
Wed: 10,00-18,00
Thu: 
10,00-18,00
Fri:
10,00-13,00

Registration fee:
The school is free for acedemic and non-academic participants.

ECTS: 1 or 3, more information here

Place: Tampere University of Technology, Tietotalo Building, room TB219.

Directors:
Jussi Tohka ,   Ulla Ruotsalainen , and Mikko Kaasalainen

Coordinator:
Pepe Antonietta

Local Organizers:
Juha Pajula, Matteo Maggioni

Webchair:
Francescantonio Della Rosa

                      

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