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AISB event Bulletin Item

EPSRC Computer Vision Summer School

The EPSRC sponsors an annual summer school on computer vision, which
is managed, arranged and publicised by members of the BMVA.  Speakers
on the Summer School are academic researchers or experienced
practitioners from industry.

This year's Summer School will be held the Department of Computing and
Electronic Systems of the University of Essex from 6th to 11th July
2008.  The course is residential and is free to EPSRC-sponsored
students, except for travel.  For others, the summer school costs

The course is intensive and is aimed at graduate students in the
fields of Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Digital Imaging.
The Summer School has been running for over a decade and is updated
every year to ensure it covers the state of the art, broadens
awareness of related research fields, and develops research skills.

For further details and the application form, please point your web
browser at

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