The Intensive Program on Computer Vision (IPCV) is a summer school organized by various European universities with a duration of two weeks (23.07-05.08.2012). This year the IPCV ’12 takes place at the University of Koblenz, Germany. Various lectures and practical sessions in the research fields of Image Analysis and Computer Vision are held by teachers of the participating universities.
For further information on the history of IPCV please refer to their respective websites:
- IPCV ’96 in Koblenz, Germany,
- IPCV ’98 in Granada, Spain,
- IPCV ’00 in Lappeenranta, Finland
- IPCV ’02 in Koblenz, Germany,
- IPCV ’04 in Saint-Etienne, France
- IPCV ’06 in Budapest, Hungary
- IPCV ’08 in Joensuu, Finland
- IPCV ’14 in Brasov, Romania
In particular all students of the ERASMUS program are encouraged to participate at the IPCV. We also invite industrial participants from companies, we offer special content.
You may find the course materials under the following link: Course Material. Please note that the access is restricted to attendees of IPCV.
|Students of the University of Koblenz||0 €|
*Please contact your local Erasmus-coordinator for travel grants
|0 € (incl. accomodation and lunch)|
|Non-Erasmus Students||0 € (accomodation and lunch NOT included!)|
||1500 € (incl. lunch)|
The participating Universities of the IPCV ’12 are:
- University of Koblenz, Germany
- Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland
- University of Joensuu, Finland
- Université Jean Monnet, France
- Université de La Rochelle, France
- Budapesti Mûszaki Fõiskola (Budapest Tech), Hungary
Please make sure to take a look at our information brochure as well.
- University of Koblenz
- Erasmus-Partner of University of Koblenz
- Industrial Training
- Sensor-Data Processing
- Character Recognition
- Motion Estimation/Analysis: Optical Flow, Affine Models …
- Image Restoration, Super-Resolution, Mosaicing
- Color Calibration of Imaging Devices
- Reflectance Estimation Methods
- Introduction to the Spectral Color
- Camera Calibration (Geometric, Radiometric, Zoom)
The lectures will be held in English.