The lectures of the summer school will cover different topics in image processing and computer vision ranging from tutorials to research oriented topics.

The list of lecturers and topics are given in alphabetical order.

  • Áron Barta, Attila Licsár (Robert Bosch Ltd., Hungary): Video Based Driver Assistance Systems – From Algorithm Developments to Applications
  • Csaba Beleznai (Austrian Institue of Technology, Austria): 2D and 3D Computer Vision in Application-Oriented Tasks
  • Csaba Benedek (MTA-SZTAKI, Hungary): Object detection in remote sensing applications
  • Benois-Pineau Jenny (University Bordeaux 1, France): Object detection in video by classical indexing approaches with saliency-based weighting
  • László Czúni (University of Pannonia, Hungary): Handwriting recognition
  • Rene Donner (Medical University of Vienna, Austria): Anatomical Structure Localization in 2D and 3D Medical Image Data
  • Camelia Florea (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania): Image processing in the JPEG compressed domain
  • András Hajdu (University of Debrecen, Hungary): Retinal Image Analysis
  • Allan Hanbury (Vienna University of Technology, Austria): Features for Image Retrieval: from Perception to Emotion
  • Zoltán Kató (University of Szeged, Hungary): A unifying framework for correspondence-less shape alignment and its medical applications
  • Joakim Lindblad (Uppsala University, Sweeden): Regularized image denoising by energy minimization
  • Slavoljub Mijovic (University of Montenegro, Montenegro): Image Restoration by Using A'priory Information, Case Study-Mammography
  • László Nyúl (University of Szeged, Hungary): Fuzzy techniques for image segmentation
  • Kálmán Palágyi (University of Szeged, Hungary): Shape representation using skeleton-like features
  • Natasa Sladoje (University of Novi Sad, Serbia): Image analysis with subpixel precision - The Coverage model
  • Erich Soratin (Medical University of Graz, Austria): Biomedical multidimensional Image Processing
  • Ferenc Szabó (University of Pannonia, Hungary): What about colour?
  • Tamás Szirányi (MTA-SZTAKI, Hungary): The part and the whole: relations in the scene of sensors' measurement space
  • Kalos László Szirmay (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary): Positron Emission Tomography
  • Gábor Szirtes (RealEyes, Hungary): Challanges in facial expression tracking
  • Levente Tamás (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania): 3D Perception Made Easy
  • Andrew Todd-Pokropek (University College London, United Kingdom): Analysis of time series of data




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