--- Open MCV Lecture of Dr. Oriol Vinyals (Google DeepMind) on "Image Captioning and Advanced Topics"
On March 24th, we open the MCV Lecture to anyone who wants to attend. This Lecture is in module M5 Visual Recgonition, you can check the full program [here]. Time: 4pm to 6pm / Room: Q1/1011 of the UAB Engineering School / Location at Campus UAB [here]
--- Important!! The Pre-registration period for the Master in Computer Vision ( 2017 October Intake ) is from March 1st to May 15th, 2017 (issuing the resolution on May 31, 2017). Students interested in enrolling this master who have not finished their degree yet, has to go through this pre-registration period and if it is the case, they will receive an admission conditioned to pass the degree in due time. The process has changed with respect to previous years, other periods could be open aftwerwards if the number of available positions is not covered, but we encourage all who are the interested in enrolling for MCV to apply at this first pre-registration period, since it could be the unique.
--- The Master in Computer Vision has been "Accredited with Excelence" by AQU, the Quality Agency of the Catalan University System and the Spanish Ministry of Education.
--- The Annual Catalan Meeting in Computer Vision, ACMCV'16 [+] was on Friday, 16th September 2016 at UPC Campus Nord (some pictures [+]), 26 viva's of the MsC disertation of the MCV students 15-16 (In this edition you can find a full-day program!)
--- Course Schedule (2016-17) starts on September the 30th with a Welcome Session that will be at CVC at 4pm (at facebook [+])
Courses will start on October the 3rd, they are taken at different Campus in Barcelona area depending on module coordination:
M1 and M4 (UPC) at Campus Nord
M2 and M6 (UPF) at Campus Poblenou
M3 and M5 (UAB) at Campus Bellaterra
M7 and M8 (UOC) are online through the Virtual Campus of UOC
--- Leaflet of the Master [here]
--- Related Information:
Videos about the MASTER topic and the PEOPLE in this master:
MOOC on Object Detection at coursera.org
Some researchers related to this master have prepared a MOOC at Coursera on Object detection.
It is a 6 week course that introduces the basic principles of any automatic detection and recognition of objects in images. Throughout the course different methods of representation and classification that can address cases of application of increasing complexity will be analysed.
The course is aimed at both university students in some degree related to computer science, engineering or mathematics, as other students with programming skills, interested in learning how to use computer vision techniques to extract information from images.