22nd BMVA Computer Vision Summer School 2017 Call for Participation

22nd BMVA Computer Vision Summer School 2017
3 - 7 July, University of Lincoln, UK
twitter: @BmvaCvss
1 week of intensive training - ?Over 2 decades of BMVA tradition
British Machine Vision Association (BMVA) runs an annual Computer
Vision Summer School aimed at PhD students in their first year, though
it will be beneficial to other researchers at an early stage in their
careers. Despite the title, students from non-UK universities are
welcome to attend, as well as students from UK universities. Places
are limited to ensure good interaction in lab classes.
The 2017 Summer School will take place at the oUniversity of Lincoln,
UK, between 3 July and 7 July. It will consist of an intensive week of
lectures and lab sessions covering a wide range of topics in Computer
Vision. Lecturers are researchers in field from some of the most
active research groups in the UK and abroad.

In addition to the academic content, the Summer School provides a
networking opportunity for students to interact with their peers, and
to make contacts among those who will be the active researchers of
their own generation.

Confirmed BMVA Summer School Speakers:

Adrian Clark
Universty of Essex

Davide Scaramuzza
University of Zurich

Dima Damen
University of Bristol

Eng-Jon Ong
University of Surrey

Federica Bogo
Microsoft HoloLens

Graham Finlayson
University of East Anglia

Krystian Mikolajczyk
Imperial College London

Michal Mackiewicz
University of East Anglia

Nicola Bellotto
University of Lincoln

Nicolas Pugeault
University of Exeter

Robert Deaves

Roy Davies
Royal Holloway, University of London

Tae-Kyun Kim
Imperial College London

Tim Cootes
The University of Manchester

Toby Breckon
Durham University

Xianghua Xie
Swansea University

Summer School Programme can be found online: 
Important Dates:
Early registration*: 5 May 2017
Late registration: 23 June 2017
Summer school: Monday 3 July - Friday 7 July 2017

*Onsite accommodation is only guaranteed for early registrations.

Dr Nicola Bellotto, Dr Tryphon Lambrou, 
Dr Michael Mangan (University of Lincoln)
Dr Michal Mackiewicz (University of East Anglia)