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The program will cover 5 full days (Mon. 5 to Fri. 9, with arrival on Sun. 4).
Every day will include presentations by selected invited lecturers, plus additional activities directly involving the students (poster presentations, demo sessions, networking sessions).
In the afternoon of the last day, students will be challenged on a final exam session where they will have the possibility to test their level of understanding of the proposed material. A certificate will be issued worth ECTS credits.
Also, two special sessions will be organized on broad-interest themes such as innovation and entrepreneurship in ICT, involving industrial and business experts.
Program at glance
Lecturers and Lectures Titles
(Lecture titles may slightly change)
- Lecture 1: Camera coalitions
Andrea Cavallaro (Queen Mary Univ. of London, UK)
- Lecture 2: Grissom in awe: the CSI effect and media forensics
Fernando Pérez–González (Univ. Vigo, Spain)
- Lecture 3: Better signal descriptions for better content understanding
Aggelos K. Katsaggelos (Northwestern Univ., USA)
- Thematic session: A glance into the future of ICT
Roberto Saracco (EIT-Digital and IEEE FDC Chair, Italy)
- Lecture 4: Multimedia Search: From Relevance to Utility
Alan Hanjalic (TU Delft, Netherlands)
- Lecture 5: Perception and quality of experience in media
Patrick Le Callet (Polytech’ Nantes, France)
- Thematic session: How to sell your research
Vittorino Filippas (Free Lance Advisor, Italy)
- Lecture 6: Insights from Big Data: Interaction, Design, and Innovation
Alejandro Jaimes (Univ. Columbia and Acesio, USA)
IEEE-EURASIP SUMMER SCHOOL ON SIGNAL PROCESSING (S3P-2016) - SEMANTICS IN MEDIA