iARC Intelligent Imaging Workshop 2014
The iARC (Institute of Advanced Research in Computing) Intelligent Imaging workshop 2014 will explore both the imaging knowledge-base and future research potential of imaging scientists, practitioners and end-users in the Sciences, Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences. The event will be of interest to all academics with an interest in images whether as a research resource or from an image processing and technology perspective.
All interested parties are welcome under the broad “all things image” banner of this event aiming to forge future collaborative links across the broader imaging, image understanding and image utilisation domains.
The workshop will have presentations from colleagues that work with images from various disciplines across the University. The format for the day is to demonstrate the possibilities for research and encourage interdisciplinary discussions. Breakout sessions will explore themes including the future imaging agenda at Durham,collaborative opportunities and maximising impact. Colleagues attending but not presenting will also be given an opportunity to showcase their work and interest. There is no charge for this event.
When? Tuesday, 15th April 2014, 9.30 – 16.30,
Where? Lindisfarne Suite, St Aidens College
A light buffet lunch will be provided
Click here to register for this event Please note that places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment!
When registering for the event you will be asked to indicate your current or future interest/activity with images. The aim is to make this an event that will meet your interests. The full agenda for the meeting will be published nearer the event. We are also opening the invitations to colleagues at other N8 Universities so if you have any contacts there that may benefit from this workshop please feel free to forward this mail to them.
We look forward to welcoming you to this important workshop.
With best wishes,
Ed Ruck-Keene | Impact and Business Development Manager |iARC Durham University