Grad Recruitment Day

Friday, March 16, 2012 | 8:00am - 4:30pm

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

UBC Computer Science researchers unveil advances at SIGGRAPH 2011.  Here is a synopsis of their latest work. 

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Alla Sheffer Interviewed by Georgia Straight

Prof Alla Sheffer

Alla Sheffer talks to Georgia Straight about her work on digital micrography.

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Dinesh Pai Led International Workshop on Multimodal and Sensorimotor Bionics

A Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies and Technical University of Munich, Institute for Advanced Study Colloquium

The colloquium will bring together an interdisciplinary group of experts from Europe and North America to try to understand basic principles underlying both biological sensorimotor systems such as human hands and robots, eye movements in humans and robotic vision systems.

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Anne Condon Wins 2011 University of Washington CSE Alumni Achievement Award

Prof. Anne Condon

Anne Condon, a University of Washington PhD alumna, wins the University of Washington Computer Science and Engineering Alumni Achievement Award.

Stelian Coros and Garth Shoemaker Won 2011 Best Canadian Dissertation Awards

Alan Fournier

UBC CS won best Canadian dissertation awards in both HCI and Computer Graphics. 

Stelian Coros, supervised by Michiel van de Panne, won the Alain Fournier Dissertation Award.  The award is given annually to the best doctoral dissertation completed at a Canadian university in the field of Computer Graphics.

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The Race to Build the 'Daily Me': ZIte and LCI in the News

Zite featured in Globe and Mail! The article titled "The Race to Build the 'Daily Me'" by David Ebner explores the history behind the company and the idea to provide personalized news in the form of the best-selling iPad app.

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Seminar with Maarten Loffler from UC Irvine

Friday, May 13, 2011 | 11:00am - 1:00pm

TITLE: Tracking Moving Objects with Few Handovers

Talk by Jeff Boyd - Host: Jim Little

Wednesday, May 11, 2011 | 11:00am - 1:00pm

 Presenter: Jeffrey E. Boyd

 Collaborators:  Joerg Denzinger, Chris Thornton, Ori Cohen


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