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AISB event Bulletin Item

Announcement: The International Journal of Synthetic Emotions 1(1)

www.bmva.org/meetings

BMVA 
British Machine Vision Association and Society for Pattern Recognition 
Co-sponsored by the IET www.bmva.org/meetings 
Robotics and Vision 
One Day BMVA technical meeting at the British Computer Society, 5 Southampton Street, 
London, UK on 24 March 2010 
Chairs: John Illingworth (University of Surrey), Adrian Clark (University of Essex) 
10:00 Registration and coffee 
10:25 Welcome and introduction 
10:30 What are the core quality principles behind robot vision systems that really work? 
I. Davison (Imperial College) 
10:50 Single-camera depth estimation in humanoid robots using head movements 
A. Palmer and T.S. Dahl (University of Wales, Newport) 
11:10 Visual and dynamic optimisation for hand-eye coordination 
D. Beale and P. Hall (University of Bath) 
11:30 Object detection, recognition and tracking in open-ended learning scenario 
M. Zillich, J. Prankl, T. Morwald and A. Richtsfeld (Zurich) 
11:50 Visual Learning for Cognitive Robotics 
R. Bowden (University of Surrey) 
12:10 Lunch 
13:20 Using vision and laser for robot navigation and scene understanding 
I. Posner and P. Newman (Oxford University) 
13:40 Experiences with mission-integration on large-scale multi-platform trials and development 
T. Breckon (Cranfield University) 
14:00 Representation, recognition and validation of 3D projected views 
N. Thacker (Manchester University) 
14:20 An adaptive map for vision based mobile robot navigation in changing environments 
F. Dayoub, G. Cielniak and T. Duckett (University of Lincoln) 
14:40 Visual PTZ tracking and control for maritime surveillance 
C. Bibby and I. Reid (Oxford University) 
15:00 Tea 
15:45 Robotic non-destructive evaluation 
R. Summan, L. Mackenzie, G. Dobie, S.G. Pierce and G. Hayward (University of Strathclyde) 
16:05 Autonomous science for an ExoMars rover like mission 
M. Woods (SciSys UK Limited) 
16:25 Visual localisation for the ExoMars rover 
M. North and C. Harris (Roke Manor Research Ltd) 
16:45 Finish 
REGISTRATION FORM: Robotics & Vision 24 March 2010 
Please return this form to BMVA Secretary, Royston Parkin, 95 Queen Street, Sheffield, S1 1WG, Tel 0114 272 0306, 
Fax 0114 272 6158 or via email to BMVA@roystonparkin.co.uk. The meeting is free to members of the BMVA or IET 
but a charge of 20 is payable by non-members. A sandwich lunch is available at a cost of 5 and should be booked in 
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Vision Association. Book early to avoid disappointment. 
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