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Previous Seminars at Vi2

2014-01-01 - 2014-06-30

Next Date and place (*) Type Keyword Speaker Title
2014-01-13   14:15
Gunilla Borgefors Choosing colours for scientific data presentation
2014-01-20   14:15
Alexandra Pacureanu Analyzing gene expression in preserved tissue and imaging in 3D s...
2014-01-27   14:15
Petter Ranefall Experiences from working in the industry
2014-02-03   14:15
Anton Axelsson Redefining Consistency in HCI from a User Perspective
2014-02-03   15:15
Patrik Malm Rehearsal before the public defense of the thesis
This seminar will be in Swedish.
2014-02-06   15:15
Dr Calum MacAuley Biomedical Optics for the Detection of Early Cancers
2014-02-17   14:15
Mikael Erlandsson Collegial Verbalisation - an ecological approach to knowledge eli...
2014-02-17   15:15
Mikael Erlandsson Collegial Verbalisation - an ecological approach to knowledge eli...
The Seminar continues with questions and answers
2014-02-24   14:15
Anette Löfström Implementing a Vision- Summarising a Thesis Project
2014-03-03   14:15
Åsa Cajander and Lars Oestreicher When do I need a pedagogic portfolio and how are they assessed?
2014-03-10   15:15
Thomas Lind TowardsUsing a Mosaic of Change Analogy in Sociotechnical Systems
2014-03-17   14:15
Gustaf Kylberg Automatic Virus Identification using TEM - Image Segmentation and...
Exercise before Disputation
2014-03-20   14:15
E Prof. Walter Kropatsch Presentation of the Pattern Recognition and Image Processing (PRI...
Vienna University of Technology
2014-03-24   14:15
2014-03-24   15:15
Håkan Selg On Researching the Use of Internet – A Beginner’s Guide
2014-03-31   14:15
Kalyan Ram Ayyalasomayajula Document binarization using topological clustering guided Laplaci...
2014-04-07   14:15
Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos Robots and ethics
2014-04-07   15:15
Azadeh Fakhrzadeh Studying Arabidopsis cell structures using Image analysis techniq...
2014-04-10   15:15
E Anant Madabhushi Computational pathology: Squeezing the most out of digitized hist...
2014-04-14   14:15
Anders Brun From quill to bytes, datamining collections of historical documen...
2014-04-28   14:15
Ryoko Asai Between Insanity and Love: Emotions online
2014-05-05   14:15
Fredrik Nysjö Custom Mandibular Implant Design with Deformable Models and Hapti...
2014-05-12   14:15
Vladimir Curic Distance Functions and Their Use in Adaptive Mathematical Morphol...
2014-05-12   15:15
Simon Tschirner Development of Train Driver Advisory Systems
2014-05-19   14:15
Ida-Maria Sintorn MiniTEM - for fast and easy TEM imaging and analysis
2014-05-26   14:15
Åsa Cajander Journaler via nätet
2014-05-26   15:15
Fredrik Wahlberg CANCELED
2014-05-28   10:15
Richard Szeliski Reflections on Image-Based Modeling and Rendering
Richard Szeliski is a Distinguished Scientist at Microsoft Research, where he leads the Interactive Visual Media Group. He is also an Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington, and is a Fellow of the ACM and IEEE. Dr. Szeliski has done pioneering research in the fields of Bayesian methods for computer vision, image-based modeling, image-based rendering, and computational photography, which lie at the intersection of computer vision and computer graphics. His research on Photo Tourism and Photosynth is an exciting example of the promise of large-scale image-based rendering. Dr. Szeliski received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, in 1988 and joined Microsoft Research in 1995. Prior to Microsoft, he worked at Bell-Northern Research, Schlumberger Palo Alto Research, the Artificial Intelligence Center of SRI International, and the Cambridge Research Lab of Digital Equipment Corporation. He has published over 150 research papers in computer vision, computer graphics, medical imaging, neural nets, and numerical analysis, as well as the books Computer Vision: Algorithms and Applications and Bayesian Modeling of Uncertainty in Low-Level Vision. He was a Program Committee Chair for CVPR'2013, served as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence and on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Computer Vision, and is a Founding Editor of Foundations and Trends in Computer Graphics and Vision.
2014-06-02   14:15
Stefan Seipel Not quite perfect spherical triangles and what they are good for
2014-06-02   15:15
M Thu Tran An interactive interface for multiple-resolution analysis of larg...
2014-06-03   16:00
Neville Stanton Theoretical bases of CWA and EAST: Implications for studying team...
2014-06-09   14:15
Erik Wernersson Local orientation in images
2014-06-16   14:15
Elisabeth Linnér

(*) If no place is specified: room 4307.

Seminar Types
E External presenter (speaker from outside Vi2)
M Master thesis presentation
CBA Image analysis
HCI Human-computer interaction