We were interviewed by Computer Vision News about the fall meeting 2016. Read the full article here!
We are excited to announce our keynote speakers for the fall meeting 2016 (Friday 11th November in Eindhoven), and invite you to submit an abstract to present at the meeting.
Democratizing and Automating Machine Learning – Joaquin Vanschoren, TU/e.
Machine Learning for interactive histopathology quantification and multi-modal registration
– Diana Mateus, Technische Universität München
Diagnosing Heart Diseases with Deep Neural Networks – Julian de Wit, freelance machine learning specialist
Please see the page of the meeting for full details. Don’t forget to send in your abstract (1/2 page A4 in English) before 21st of October and to register!
We will hold the Fall meeting 2016 on Friday 11th of November at De Zwarte Doos in Eindhoven. Please mark your calendars!
Details about the program and registration (free) will be announced on this website and via the NVPHBV mailing list (if you are a member), stay tuned!
Registration is already possible here
The Spring meeting is now over, check the event’s page too see some photos of the day, as well as to review the presentation slides.
Thanks again to everybody who joined and helped with the meeting! Keep an eye out for the date of the Fall Meeting 2016.
- The doors will be open from 9:00, there will be coffee and muffins!
- We recommend you to come by public transport, as parking is limited and expensive.
- Directions to the location can be found here
See you all next Friday!
The program has been updated with a list of contributed talks. Congratulations to Yuchuan Qiao, Florian Dubost, Ioannis Katramados, Wouter Kouw, Yazhou Zhang, Samaneh Abbasi-Sureshjani, Lex van der Sluijs and John Schavemaker with their accepted abstracts!
Don’t forget to register and please spread the word about the meeting!
We are excited to announce our keynote speakers for the Spring meeting 2016!
Surgical data science for the operating room of the future – Lena Maier-Hein, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)
Structured prediction with weak feedback from interaction logs – Thorsten Joachims, Cornell University
We will hold the next Spring meeting 2016 on Friday 20th May 2016 at Erasmus MC in Rotterdam. Please mark your calendars!
Here is what you can expect from the meeting:
- Meet fellow practitioners of pattern recognition and image processing
- Present your own work
- Invited speakers and panel discussions (will be announced shortly)
- Lunch and drinks
- Registration is free via https://goo.gl/nMGk25
Please feel free to forward this announcement to colleagues and friends who might be interested in the activities of the NVPHBV.
We have just upgraded our website! In the coming months, we will add (updated) information about the affiliation of our members and other information. If you are searching for something but cannot find it, you can still view the old website here