I moved in a new lab and I need to calibrate 10 monitors. Unfortunately the spectroradiometer that we possess is a PR-704 without manual. I’m looking to write a code in Matlab to automatically record a set of color samples for the calibration but without manual I have no idea how to start. Does anyone have a copy? Preferably digital? Or eventually a Matlab code that I can use (of course acknowledging the rights)?
Any help would be extremely appreciated!
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[visionlist] PhD Student Position: Robust and Accurate Computer Assisted Treatment Planning System for Intraocular TumorsPosted: August 31, 2012
Robust and Accurate Computer Assisted Treatment Planning System for Intraocular Tumors
A very challenging topic in ophthalmology is the treatment of intraocular tumors by external beam radiation therapy. Ocular anatomy and radiosensitivity provide a unique challenge for intraocular tumor radiotherapy. Several complex forms of external beam radiation therapy, like stereotactic fractionated radiation therapy, have evolved in order to focus a higher radiation dose to the tumor while minimizing radiation exposure to surrounding healthy tissues. However, to fully benefit from these technologies it is essential to establish an accurate treatment plan prior to the actual intervention. Generating a patient specific treatment plan from several different image modalities such as MRI or fundus photographs by fusing different modalities into a single, comprehensive, patient-specific eye model is the major focus of this thesis.
In particular this PhD is concerned with:
· Building a statistical shape model using MRI’s for adults as well as for children.
· Development of an automatic segmentation for patient specific MRI images based on the developed statistical shape model.
· Integration of the model and the segmentation into an existing treatment planning software framework.
· Incorporating fundus photographs in the treatment planning software framework.
· Validation of the developed treatment planning system against state of the art planning procedures.
We are looking for a highly motivated candidate holding a Master’s degree or equivalent in computer science, physics, electrical engineering, or a related field with experience in computer vision and medical image processing.
The ideal candidate has strong analytical skills and programming experience in Matlab, C/C++, or equivalent. For a good working communication, oral and written fluency in English is required. It is essential that the candidate is willing to work in a multidisciplinary and international research team. The project is supported by the Suisse Cancer League for a duration of three years. The working place will be on a time shared basis the CHUV Lausanne and the University of Bern in Bern.
Earliest starting date: November 1st 2012.
Feel free to contact:
Dr. Meritxell Bach Cuadra, M.E.R., PhD, at email@example.com or
Prof. Dr. Jens Kowal, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send your complete application via e-mail.
Two updates regarding this meeting.
1. The deadline for submissions has now been extended to 17th September
2. IEEE Signal Processing Society (technical co-sponsor of the meeting) has announced that the proceedings of IC3D will be included in their digital library, ‘IEEE Xplore’.
The original call for papers follows
Dear colleaguesYou are invited to submit a paper to the 2nd running of IC3D (getit?), a scientific conference that runs alongside 3DStereoMedia, theannual European 3D-stereo summit for science, technology, and digitalart (now in its fourth edition), in Liege, Belgium, in December. Themeeting is co-sponsored by the Signal Processing Society and IEEE soresults in recognised publications.The call for papers can be found here:http://www.3dstereomedia.eu/sites/default/files/pages/fichiers/ic3d2012_-_cfp_ieee_def.pdfDetails of the meeting and submission process can be found here:http://www.3dstereomedia.eu/en/scientific-conference
[visionlist] Research Assistant in Visual Attentive User Interfaces on Android Portable Devices @University of Cambridge, United KingdomPosted: August 29, 2012
A Research Assistant position is available in the Computer Laboratory at
the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, to design, implement and
evaluate a real-time computer vision/machine learning system and
corresponding visual attentive user interfaces on Android portable
devices. Using the front-facing camera of these devices, the system will
monitor the user’s gaze and eye movements to detect visual attention and
to recognise different visual activities while the user is interacting
with the devices.
The overall the goals of the project are:
– to develop robust computer vision and machine learning algorithms for
gaze estimation and eye movement analysis using the devices’ integrated
– to integrate these two monitoring components into a real-time system
that runs entirely on the portable device, making use of GPU
optimisations where possible
– to evaluate the robustness and performance of the system for attention
detection and activity recognition in user studies with human
– to help with the preparation and publication of scientific results
Human-computer interaction, Attentive user interfaces, Human and
computer vision, Machine learning, Eye tracking, Android/C/Java
The project is funded by a Google Research Award. The position is open
for applicants from the European Union only (i.e. those not requiring a
visa to work in the UK) and is offered full-time for 6 months.
The successful candidate will have a Masters in Computer Science or
related areas, with strong skills in computer vision and machine
learning. The work requires good Java/C/Android programming skills and
previous experience with OpenCV and eye tracking is desirable. Good
knowledge of English and communication skills are important as well.
Please email any informal enquiries to Dr Andreas Bulling, email:
email@example.com before applying.
Applications should include:
– a cover letter
– a complete curriculum vitae (CV) incl. copies of school and university
– a short statement of previous experience in computer vision, machine
learning as well as with Android/C/Java programming
– a completed form CHRIS6:
Applications should be sent, preferably by email, to
Postal address: Personnel-Admin, University of Cambridge, Computer
Laboratory, 15 JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 0FD.
* Limit of tenure: 6 months
Quote Reference: NR20242, Closing Date: 12 September 2012
ASSC17 Call for Symposia & Tutorial submissionsASSC17 Call for Symposia & Tutorial submissions – DEADLINE OCTOBER 31st
The 17th annual meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC) will take place in
San Diego, USA from July 11-15th, 2013,
The 4 day meeting (plus 1 day of tutorial sessions) brings together leading researchers in neuroscience, psychology, cognitive science, philosophy, psychiatry, neurology, and computer science in a forum dedicated to showcasing and advancing rigorous scientific
approaches to understanding the nature, function, and underlying mechanisms of conscious experience.
Details can be found at http://www.theassc.org/
Confirmed Keynote Speakers
Patrick Cavanagh :: Harvard University
Itzhak Fried :: University of California, Los Angeles
Shaun Gallagher :: University of Memphis
Sabine Kastner :: Princeton University
Andreas K. Engel :: UniversitÃ¤tsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf
David Edelman – Chair
Tobias Schlicht – Chair
Gedeon O. DeÃ¡k
CALL FOR SYMPOSIA PROPOSALSFurther information: http://www.theassc.org/assc_17_call_for_symposiaThe Program committee invites proposals for symposia on any topic relevant to the scientific study of consciousness. Symposia/talks should be spread over topics in consciousness science, paying close attention to areas that may have been overlooked
last year or in previous years. ASSC has a strong preference for symposia proposals to focus on specific questions rather than a set of loosely related talks. Proposals that integrate multiple methodologies around common questions are particularly welcome.
Accepted symposium speakers will be provided free accommodation at the conference hotel and their registration fees will be waived.
CALL FOR TUTORIAL PROPOSALS Further information: http://www.theassc.org/assc_17_call_for_tutorials
One of the aims of this meeting is to allow researchers to gain a background in areas that they may know little about. Towards that end a number of tutorials are planned. Tutorial presenters are expected to present not only their own material, but to give a
broader tutorial overview and to encourage discussion, debate, and audience participation. Tutorials will be held in parallel sessions on the morning and afternoon of 11th July 2013. Each tutorial is intended to last approximately three hours with a short
break in the middle. The sizes of tutorials will vary between a minimum of 10 to a maximum of around 35 attendees. Tutorial presenters will receive an honorarium of $500 (one honorarium per tutorial, not per presenter).
All symposium and tutorial proposals should be sent to Tobias Schlicht (firstname.lastname@example.org) by October 31st.