[visionlist] CP7.0 – Seven PhD scholarships in colour printing

Thanks to a generous grant from the EU, for establishing an Initial Training Network entitled  “Colour Printing 7.0: Next Generation Multi-Channel Printing (CP7.0),” The Norwegian Color  Research Laboratory and its project partners now invites applications for 7 three year full- time early stage researcher (PhD student) positions.

PHD 1: “Spectral modelling” at Gjøvik University College, Norway
PHD 2: “Spectral gamut prediction and mapping” at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany         
PHD 3: “Paper optical and surface properties” at Voxvil AB, Sweden
PHD 4: “Applications in Fine Art” at University of the West of the England, UK 
PHD 5: “Halftoning and tonal reproduction” at Linkopings Universitet, Sweden
PHD 6: “Optimization of print quality” at Oce Print Logic Technologies SA, France
PHD 7: “Spectral Colour Management” at Gjøvik University College, Norway

The recruited researchers will be integrated in high-level international research environments  at one of the project full partners, Gjøvik University College (Norway), Technische  Universität Darmstadt (Germany), Voxvil AB (Sweden), University of the West of England (UK),  Linköpings Universitet (Sweden), and Océ Print Logic Technologies SA (France), in close  collaboration with other researchers from the CP7.0 consortium which also includes eight  industrial and academic associate partners throughout Europe.

In addition to carrying out significant high quality research to solve key challenges in  multi-channel colour printing, the recruited candidates will participate in a rich program of  organized research training activities, including one half year of secondments to other  consortium partners. This program will enable them for a future career as printing scientists  and innovators who can be the next generation of scientific and technological leaders in the  European printing industry.

The application deadlines vary between partners, but start as early as February 15, 2012. For more details about the project, consortium, research topics, and application procedures please  visit http://www.cp70.org, or write to Prof. Jon Y. Hardeberg at jon.hardeberg@hig.no.

[visionlist] Call for abstracts: Rovereto workshop on Concepts, Actions, Objects. Italy, May 2012

Dear Colleague,

The 6th annual Rovereto workshop on Concepts, Actions and Objects (CAOs) will take place at the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, May 24th – 27th, 2012, in Rovereto, Italy.

Invited speakers:

Geoffrey Aguirre, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Chris Baker, The National Institute of Mental Health, USA
Marlene Behrmann, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Alfonso Caramazza, Harvard University, USA & CIMeC, Italy
Russell Epstein, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Pierre Jacob, Institut Jean Nicod, France
David Leopold, The National Institute of Mental Health, USA
Aude Oliva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Raffaella Rumiati, SISSA, Italy

The Rovereto workshop provides a unique forum for researchers from a range of perspectives who are interested in Concepts, Actions, and Objects to come together to discuss their research and develop new directions and collaborations.

There are a small number of speakers (all invited) and there are no concurrent talks. There will be a poster session for students, post-docs and young researchers to present their work. The DEADLINE for submission of abstracts for the poster session is MARCH 12, 2012. A small number of travel grants will be awarded on a competitive basis.

For more information, to register, and to submit an abstract see: http://events.unitn.it/en/cimec-caos2012

The CAOs workshop is sponsored by the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy.

Workshop Organizers
Alfonso Caramazza – Mel Goodale – Brad Mahon – Alex Martin – Marius Peelen

[visionlist] Call for Participation: Kyutech-FIAS Joint Workshop on Brain System Technology 02.08.2012

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Dear all,

It is our great pleasure to invite you to the:
Kyutech-FIAS Joint Workshop on Brain System Technology -From Brain to Technology

February 8, 2012, Kyushu Institute of Technology,
Graduate School of Life Science and Systems Engineering,
Kitakyushu, Japan

Detail: http://www.kyutech.ac.jp/archives/001/201201/Kyutech-FIAS%20JWS_Leaflet2012.01.28.pdf

The brain inspired system (Brain-IS) as well as neurotechnology
researches have made remarkable progress, having potentials for
innovation of the system technology. The brain inspired innovation
may be called the “Brain System Technology.” It will be able to
revolute our future contribution to society, but may also be a
fundamental research for the next generation of intelligent
robotics. As an international center of excellent in the Brain-IS
research, we hold a joint workshop on brain system technology,
together with Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies in Germany,
based on the following proposals: Excellent outcomes, resulted
from efforts of the Brain-IS and neurotechnology, significantly
affect researchers who can lead both the fields of brain science
and system technology. Welcome you all come to our workshop (free
of charge and no registration).

09:30-09:40 Opening speech
Kiyonori Yoshii,
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

09:40-10:10 Toward the brain inspired systems
Tetsuo Furukawa and Kiyohisa Natsume,
Kyutech Institute of Technology, Japan

10:10-11:00 [Keynote Speech] Let it learn!
Jochen Triesch,
Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Germany

11:00-11:50 Brain inspired VLSI vision systems for robot and vehicle applications
Takashi Morie,
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

11:50-13:00 Lunch

13:00-13:45 Parallel large scale unsupervised learning using expectation maximization
Joerg Bornschein,
Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Germany

13:45-14:30 Propagation of spikes governed by inhibition in hippocampal CA3 recurrent network
Toshikazu Samura1, Yasuomi D. Sato1,2 and Hatsuo Hayashi1,
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan,
2Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Germany

14:30 Closing

Dr. Yasuomi D. Sato
Assistant Professor, Kyushu Institute of Technology,
Junior Fellow, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS)
E-mail: sato-y@brain.kyutech.ac.jp, sato@fias.uni-frankfurt.de

Dr. Yasuomi D. Sato
Assistant Professor
Department of Brain Science and Engineering
Graduate School of Life Science and Systems Engineering
Kyushu Institute of Technology
2-4, Hibikino, Wakamatsu, Kitakyushu, 808-196, Japan
E-mail: sato-y@brain.kyutech.ac.jp
tel/fax: +81 93-695-6234

Junior Fellow
Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS)
Ruth-Moufang-Str.1, Frankfurt am Main, 60438, Germany

[visionlist] Research Assistant Position at UC Davis

Research Assistant, Center for Mind and
Brain, University of California-Davis

We are
seeking a recent college graduate for a research assistant / lab manager
position with a duration of 1-2 years in the laboratory of Steve Luck at the
UC-Davis Center for Mind & Brain. 
Our laboratory focuses on visual attention and visual working memory in
both healthy young adults and in individuals with schizophrenia, and we use a
combination of psychophysical measures, eye tracking, and ERPs (see http://mindbrain.ucdavis.edu/people/sjluck).  The position involves a mix of research and
lab management.  The ideal candidate
would have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, substantial
research experience using at least one of our laboratory’s main methods, experience
crunching numbers in Excel, and experience or coursework in computer
programming (especially for data analysis in Matlab and/or stimulus
presentation in Matlab, E-Prime, or  Presentation). This is an excellent position
for someone who would like to obtain additional research experience before
going to graduate school.  Davis is a
very nice college town located 15 minutes from Sacramento, 90 minutes from the
San Francisco Bay Area, 45 minutes from Napa Valley, and 2 hours from Lake
Tahoe.  To apply, send a cover letter, a resume,
and a letter of recommendation to Clara McClenon (ccmcclenon@ucdavis.edu).  The position will remain open until filled,
and the likely start date will be in June, 2012.  Starting salary is $34,680/year. The
University of California is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

[CVCentralJobs] CP7.0 – Seven PhD scholarships in colour printing

CP7.0 – Seven PhD scholarships in colour printing

[Imageworld] INRIA Visual Recognition and Machine Learning Summer School

INRIA Visual Recognition and Machine Learning Summer School
Grenoble, France, 9-13 July 2012

Application deadline: April 15, 2010

OVERVIEW: The objective of this summer school is to provide an
overview of some of the latest advances in visual recognition
together with the related machine learning algorithms. The summer
school will take place at INRIA Grenoble, in the French Alps.
The courses will be given by the leading experts in the field
and will be complemented by practical exercises, a poster session
and social events. A particular emphasis this year will be given
to advances in analysis of people and human actions.

Francis Bach (INRIA)
Alexei Efros (CMU)
David Forsyth (UIUC)
Zaid Harchaoui (INRIA)
Martial Hebert (CMU)
Christoph Lampert (IST)
Ivan Laptev (INRIA)
Aude Oliva (MIT)
Jean Ponce (ENS)
Deva Ramanan (UC Irvine)
Cordelia Schmid (INRIA)
Josef Sivic (INRIA)
Antonio Torralba (MIT)
Andrew Zisserman (Oxford Univ.)

[Imageworld] CFP: Journal of Multimedia Processing Technologies

Journal of Multimedia Processing and Technologies(JMPT)ISSN 0976-4127 (Print) ISSN 0976-4135 (Online)Editorial BoardEditor-in-Chief:Richard CHBEIRLaboratoire LE2I (UMR – CNRS)Bourgogne University
Dijon CEDEX France     Submissions at- http://http://www.dline.info/jmpt/submission.phpJournal of Multimedia Processing and Technologies(JMPT) is a peer reviewed scholarly publication of the DLINE (http://www.dline.info). The journal aims to be an internationally recognized forum attracting authors and audiences from boththe academic and industrial communities. Papers offering original and innovative research development, architectures,
networking, system support tools and applications as well as case studies of multimedia and hypermedia and related domainsare solicited for submission. The primary focus is on original, high quality, andunpublished research- and implementation-related contributions. The Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board of JMPT will
strive to attract the authors who, in their papers, demonstrate highest level of scientific rigour and provide assuranceof complete reproducibility of the experimental methods undertaken.We also encourage submission of papers discussing industrial research and development, as well as social and legal issues related to
multimedia system research, design and applications. . Position papers summarizing advancements in the field are also invited. Each volume of JMPTwill be published in electronic and printed formats, and will consist of: editorials and peer-reviewed high quality research and position papers.The JMPT is published four times a year, with at least one volume dedicated to some specific topic.The JMPT will publish papers in the following themes.    multimedia systems    multimedia data management
    multimedia database    multimedia and visual information systems    multimedia networking and collaboration    multimedia applications    multimedia security and protection    multimedia semantics
    multimedia sensors    multimedia education    multimedia coding and compression    multimedia retrieval    upcoming areas of haptics    multimedia in mobile and ambient systems    multimedia in medical and health care, legal, banking, shopping, tourism, etc.
    multi-modality devices/systems    multimedia tools    system software and Hypermedia    multimedia authoring tools    visualization and Human-Machine Interfaces    animation and Visualization    multimedia indexing and annotation
    metadata analysis in multimedia    spatio-temporal analysis    context-aware modeling and processing    multimedia digital library    multimedia at home    pervasive media services;    Web-based multimedia services
    media streaming    personalization    cross-modal ontologiesReview ProcessEach paper will be handled by the editor-in-chief, Richard Chbeir, who collects three reviews and makes the decision to
(a) accept the paper with minor revisions, (b) accept the paper with major revisions, or (c) reject the paper. The editor-in-chief will communicate with the author(s) about the decision, and provide reviews. The goal is to provide
the first round of reviews within three months of the paper assignment. The authors with papers requesting major revisionsshould submit the major revisions within one month after they were informed about the decision. Authors who need more
time are kindly requested to contact the Editor. The Editor reserves the right to reject a paper if it does not meet the aims and scope of the journal, it is not technically sound, it is not revised satisfactorily, or if it is inadequate in presentation.Author GuidelinesAuthors should upload full original papers in electronic format at the Journal Management Online System (http://www.dline.info/jmpt/submission.php). The papers should not be longer than 20-25 pages, single column, double space, 11 or 12 pt font, including figures,
tables and references. If the submitted papers are extensions of existing conference publications, the authors must submit a corresponding letter, specifying clearly what is new in the journal paper and how the submitted paper distinguishes itself from the published conference
paper. We require in minimum 25% of new material in such a paper. Any submitted paper must not be fully or partially be submitted to another Journal, Conference, or Workshop! All paper submissions should be ONLY online at http://www.dline.info/jmpt/submission.phpCopyright: Authors should transfer the publication rights to the publishers. Contact: For further information please contact director@dline.info