The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision presents Robotic Vision Summer School (RVSS) in Kioloa, Australia.
The ability to see is the remaining technological roadblock to the ubiquitous deployment of robots into society. The Robotic Vision Summer School (RVSS) provides a premium venue for graduate students and industry researchers to learn about fundamental and advanced topics in computer vision and robotics. The summer school also provides a unique opportunity to experiment with computer vision algorithms on actual robotic hardware.
The summer school will be held at Kioloa on the NSW south coast, Australia, from Sunday 2nd to Friday 7th February 2020. Bus transportation (included in the registration fee) is provided to/from Canberra airport and the Kioloa campus.
The program incorporates both talks and practical sessions run by world leading researchers in robotics and computer vision. In addition there will be ample free time during the summer school for attendees to collaborate on research projects and explore the Kioloa surroundings. Further information on speakers and the program will be available here shortly.
The summer school is held annually at the Kioloa campus, Australian National University on the NSW south coast, Australia. This is an international summer school targeting Masters (later-year)/PhD students, academics, and industrial researchers.
Registration Fee: External attendees $890, Centre Affiliates – fee covered by the Centre (Registration covers all meals, transfers to and from Canberra and accommodation at Kioloa).
Registrations open: 1st September 2019
Registrations deadline:3rd January 2020
Summer School: 2nd to 7th February 2020
Australian Centre for Robotic Vision
2 George Street Brisbane, 4001
+61 7 3138 7549