NEWSRemember to bring your Notebook+MATLAB+Toolboxes to follow along Tutorial 2.
On-site registration will be open during Monday 3rd at Gorbea Auditorium. Do not forget to bring you student ID if you want to register as student.
There are still a few remainig "reduced registration" for chilean students.
Update (N.2) has been sent to all registered participants. Nov 27th.
Update (N.1) with information related to Tutorial 2 has been sent to all registered participants. Nov 26th.
Last Call for Participation: IEEE RAS Summer School on "Robot Vision and Applications". Nov 26th.
All authors of extended abstracts having notified (please check your inbox and in case you did not get a notification, please write us to firstname.lastname@example.org). Instructions for poster preparation have been sent to all accepted posters.
The extended Poster Competition deadline (November 15th, 2012) has passed. Decision notification: November 22th, 2012
Travel Support application deadline (October 31st, 2012) has passed. As Nov 8th, all applicants and grant recipients have been notified. Thus, if you applied for the travel support grant, please your inbox.
Call for Participation
The IEEE RAS Summer School on "Robot Vision and Applications" will be held on December 3-7, 2012 at the School of Engineering of the Universidad de Chile, in Santiago, Chile.
The summer school is co-funded by the recently created IEEE RAS Summer School Program, and it is technically sponsored by the IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Computer & Robot Vision and the IEEE RAS Education Committee. The official language of the summer school is English, and it will include tutorial courses, keynote lectures, a student poster competition, and live demonstrations (autonomous vehicle, robot soccer, domestic robots, quad-copters).
The IEEE RAS Summer School Program will fund travel grants for students not living in Chile (USD$850 for international students; USD$425 for students from neighbor countries), and the local organization will cover the registration fees of all international students.
The summer school is also sponsored by the IEEE Latin American Robotics Council (http://ewh.ieee.org/reg/9/robotica/), and the IEEE RAS Chile Chapter, and organized by the Advanced Mining Technology Center - AMTC of the Universidad de Chile (http://www.amtc.cl/).
UPDATE: You may also want to check EVIC 2012 (http://www.evic.cl/), summer school on Computational Intelligence that will also take place at University of Chile the week following our summer school.
Organizing Committee and Contact Information
If you have any question, please first check the FAQ section. If you do not find the answer there, contact us at the emails below.
The Poster Competition Chair is Professor Pablo Zegers (email@example.com). In case of having questions regarding the Poster Competition, please contact him directly.
In case of any other questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org