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Vision and Robotics - one day technical meeting programme, London

www.bmva.ac.uk/meetings

BMVA  British Machine Vision Association and Society for Pattern Recognition



Robotics and Vision


One Day BMVA symposium at the British Computer Society,
5 Southampton Street, London, UK on 14 May 2008.
www.bmva.ac.uk/meetings

Co-sponsored by: IET and  BARA

Chair:  Prof. John Illingworth (University of Surrey)



10.00   Registration and coffee

10.40   Welcome and Introduction

10.45  OATS - a robot helicopter system for visual tracking applications
Stephen Cameron and Heike Helble, Oxford University Computing Lab

11.10  Autonomous Learning and Adaptation on a Mobile Robot based on
Visual Information
Mohan Sridharan, Birmingham University

11.35  Towards Real-Time Motion Estimation for Any Moving Camera
Andrew Davison, Imperial College London

12.00  Fabric Manipulation: An Eye Tracking Experiment
Peter Gibbons, Phil Culverhouse and Guido Bugmann, Plymouth University

12.25 Lunch



13.45   Appearance-based methods for robot navigation tasks
Fred Labrosse, Aberystwyth University

14.10   Learning physics based world models with an anthropomorphic robot.
Richard Newcombe, Essex University and Imperial College London

15.30   Discovering Higher Level Structure in Real-Time Visual SLAM
Andrew Gee, Bristol University

15.00   Tea



15.35   Machine Vision for macro, micro and nano robot environments.
Bala Amavasai, Sheffield Hallam University

16.00 Fast Appearance Based Mapping and Localisation - FAB-MAP Algorithm
Paul Newman, Oxford University Robotics Lab

16.30   Closing remarks and finish



REGISTRATION FORM:   14 May 2008 Meeting

Please return this form to 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 and
co-sponsoring associations (IET and BARA) 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 advance. When registering please enclose a cheque for the
appropriate amount made payable to "The British Machine Vision Association".



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