The Computational Vision Summer School offers a broad perspective on biological vision with a thorough understanding of the theoretical and computational challenges involved. The school is unique in bringing together people from diverse disciplines who all share a computational view of vision. The faculty consists of renowned senior researchers in the field, teaching lectures and providing hands-on tutorials on topics ranging from early vision to image understanding.
The first edition of the Computational Vision Summer School took place from June 28 to July 5, 2012 and was a great event with a mixture of diverse lectures, hands-on tutorials, poster sessions and fruitful discussions between junior and senior scientists.
This year’s summer school will take place from
July 28 – Aug 4, 2015
location: Waldhotel Zollernblick, Freudenstadt-Lauterbad, Black Forest
James DiCarlo (MIT, USA)
Rob Fergus (Facebook, NY, USA)
Andrew Fitzgibbon (Microsoft Research, UK)
Laurence T Maloney (NYU, USA)
Anthony Movshon (NYU, USA)
Aude Oliva (MIT, USA)
Bruno Olshausen (UC Berkeley, USA)
Cordelia Schmid (INRIA, France)
Eero Simoncelli (NYU, USA)
Garrett Stanley (Georgia Institute of Technology & Emory University, USA)
Joshua Tenenbaum (MIT, USA)
Raquel Urtasun (U Toronto, Canada)
Brian A. Wandell (Stanford University, USA)
Andrew Zisserman (U Oxford, UK)
Matthias Bethge, Michael Black, Roland Fleming, Felix Wichmann
See preliminary program here.
The application deadline is April 17, 2015. We invite advanced PhD students and postdocs to apply here.