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AISB event Bulletin Item

VISIONTRAIN Ph.D. School early registration ends soon

Computational and Neurophysiological Models for Visual Perception
Early registration deadline extended until Feb, 17. (550 euros)


                       Les Houches Physics School
              from 25 (Sunday) to 30 (Friday) March 2007. 

Les Houches-Servoz, Mont-Blanc, France

Invited speakers: I. Biederman, P. Konig, P. Neri, J. Tsotsos, S. Ullman

The school is jointly organized by two FP6 European consortiae: The
Marie-Curie network VISIONTRAIN and the IST project POP. 

The scientific program involves both tutorial talks and research talks
focusing on computational, neurobiological, and psychophysical methods
and models of visual perception. Each day will focus on a particular
topic as follows: 

Monday: Vision and representation, Tuesday:Depth perception and
stereopsis, Wednesday: Object representation and categorization,
Thursday: Attention (linking sensing and perception), Friday: Vision and

Ph.D. Kim Steenstrup Pedersen
Lektor (Associate Professor) 
Image Analysis Group
Department of Computer Science (DIKU)
University of Copenhagen
Universitetsparken 1, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Direct phone: +45 35 32 14 55