As you know last Saturday (July 9) we had the first edition of Eastern European Computer Vision conference in Odessa, Ukraine.
Here is a wrap-up from the event we would like to share:
We had – 500+ applicants;
– 150 chosen participants (Computer Vision Engineers only);
– 8 speakers;
– 9 countries.
Our speakers presented the immediate outcomes of their work – no Captain Obvious was detected = )
Thanks to the excellent reports and tech-savvy audience, the discussions were smooth and interactive, attendants were actively involved, and asked a lot of practical questions.
More photos from the event can be found in a Facebook album.
The topics of the event were the following:
- Visual Recognition in the Wild: Image Retrieval, Faces, and Text
- Application of fuzzy transform to image fusion
- High Accuracy Camera Calibration
- Image processing on FPGAs
- Applying image matching algorithms to video recognition and autonomous robot navigation
- Optimizing computer vision problems on mobile platforms
- Computer Vision in Front-End
- Computer Vision for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS): From R&D to Production
Video presentations and slides from the event can be found here.
After the conference, we had a joint after party with the anime and comics festival until 4 am in the best rock night club by the Black Sea.
The conference and an informal style of its organisation received nice feedback from the participants, therefore we already have plans for the event next year. You can stay connected by liking the EECVC page on Facebook or registering for updates on the website.
See you next year and thank you for coming!
P.S. If you want to be among the first to learn about the EECVC 2017, please, fill in this form – http://eecvc.com/register-now/