The 1st Winter School in Computer Science and Engineering

on Computer Vision

Event date: January 8 - January 12, 2017

Organizers:
    Michael Rabin, General Director (Harvard University)
    Takeo Kanade, Director (Carnegie Mellon University)
    Alexei (Aloysha) Efros, Codirector (UC Berkeley )
    Yair Weiss, Codirector (The Hebrew University)

     

    Confirmed Speakers:

     

    Jitendra Malik, UC Berkeley

     

    Shree Nayar, Columbia 
    Bill Freeman, MIT and Google 
    Cordelia Schmid, INIRIA

     

    Rob Fergus, Facebook and NYU 
    Rick Szeliski, Facebook 
    Michal Irani, Weizmann

     

    Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman, University of Washington 

     

     

    Computer Vision is one of the grand challenges of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science. Despite some impressive recent commercial applications, the goal of attaining human level visual performance with a computer and a camera remains elusive. This one week Winter School will bring together the top researchers in the world to present the current state of Computer Vision and discuss future directions. The program will include tutorials, panel discussions and multiple opportunities for direct interaction between the students and the faculty

     

     

    Student Spotlights:

    Monday, January 9:

    Roy Jevnisek

    Kevin Joseph

    Roey Mechrez

    Monti Federico

    Yuval Bahat and Netalee Efrat

    Sunday, January 8:

    Christine Allen-Blanchette

    Iztik Ben Shabat

    Dana Berman

    Timothy Callemein

    Gilad Drozdov

    Shiry Ginosar

     

    Thursday, January 11:

    Agata Marta Soccini

    Jeremias Sulam

    Milan Sulc

    Gregory Vaksman

    Sandipkumar Vaniya

    Jiajun Wu

    Yael Yankelevsky

    Sai Sanketh Vedula

    Tuesday, January 10:

    Roy Or-El

    Tolga Ozaslan

    Vardan Papyan

    Steven Puttemans

    Tal Remez

    Yaniv Romano

    Mark Sheinin

    Daphne Ippolito