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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    talks covered the relation with SURFnet and research on cloud benchmarking The program also included presentations on many award winning projects that were done with various DAS systems showing the wide range of systems and application research performed with this unique facility Among the speakers were a VIDI winner and two VENI winners The projects that were covered have won the ICT Research 2012 Prize The Enlighten Your Research 2011 Sustainability prize the IEEE SCALE 2010 challenge many TRECVID awards and numerous other achievements see http www cs vu nl das4 achievements shtml The workshop was well attended with over 90 scientists from different universities and research organizations During the breaks and afterwards lively discussions took place The presentations can be found below as well as some pictures Pictures Presentations Henri Bal VU Welcome and short overview DAS Renato Figueiredo University of Florida Self organizing Virtual Private Networks and Applications Erik Huizer SURFnet SURFnet vision where will it meet DAS Cees Snoek University of Amsterdam Empowering Visual Search by CPUs GPUs and Compressed Kernels Alexandru Iosup TU Delft Benchmarking the cloud past present and future John Romein ASTRON From Uni core to Many core the Splendor of DAS 1 to

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    Archive DAS DAS Workshop 2013 Contact Downloads Sitemap You are here Downloads Downloads Available downloads 2010 Presentations from the ASCI Winter School on Embedded Systems 2010 ASCI Tweets Tweets by ASCI NL Headlines News Currently no news Vacancies Postdoc position

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    are here Sitemap Sitemap Home Courses Course Registration External Courses Events Job position at VU November 2015 Newsletter Archive About ASCI Organization Reports Regulations Membership Dissertations Dissertation Archive DAS DAS Workshop 2013 Contact Downloads Sitemap ASCI Tweets Tweets by ASCI

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    learning We address the theoretical foundations of machine learning in conjunction with computer vision and present algorithms that achieve state of the art performance while maintaining efficient execution with minimal supervision We explain and emphasize machine learning for vision tasks like concept detection with deep learning fine grained categorization using kernel pooling semantic segmentation with conditional random fields object tracking by structured SVMs event recognition by random forests and retrieval

    Original URL path: http://www.asci.tudelft.nl/pages/courses.php?course_id=16 (2016-01-09)
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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    or want to use it for their research Data visualization aims at providing people insight into large amounts of data using interactive computer graphics by exploiting the unique capabilities of the human visual system to perceive patterns trends and outliers The course aims to provide a broad overview of data visualization and to engage students via hands on exercises The first day an overview is provided via a number of lectures followed by four days in which specific topics are addressed via hands on exercises The topics are Information visualization visualization of abstract data such as tables hierarchies networks and combinations thereof Visual analytics the use of a combination of automated analysis and interactive visualization for instance to analyze large multi media collections Scientific visualization visualization of data with a geometric component for instance visualization for medical applications Hardware acceleration the use of GPU shaders to obtain special effects in real time Essentially this course is given for Ph D students of the Advanced School for Computing and Imaging ASCI External Ph D students may also attend after a moderate fee of 500 euro It is assumed that the student has some background in computer graphics but not specifically in

    Original URL path: http://www.asci.tudelft.nl/pages/courses.php?course_id=15 (2016-01-09)
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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    27 2016 Registration is Open Register for this course Location Delft Course description In the fourth edition of this course we will first give a brief overview of molecular biology the advent of high throughput measurement techniques and large databases containing biological knowledge and the importance of networks to model all this We will highlight a number of peculiar features of biological networks Course programme More detailed information about this

    Original URL path: http://www.asci.tudelft.nl/pages/courses.php?course_id=9 (2016-01-09)
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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    in Spring 2016 Every other year the Embedded Systems School is organized around a special topic of interest ranging from Multi Core Computing 2010 and Energy Aware Computing 2012 to Cyber Physical Systems 2014 The teachers of the course are both senior members of the ASCI research school as well as international domain experts Besides lectures the students will engage in an assignment whose successful completion is needed to pass

    Original URL path: http://www.asci.tudelft.nl/pages/courses.php?course_id=18 (2016-01-09)
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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    programming model for a given application Schedule The course is scheduled between December 9 12 2014 It has 4 full days of combined theoretical lectures and hands on lab work The daily schedule is split in two parts morning lectures from 9 30 to 13 00 and afternoon practical work from 14 00 to 18 00 Location The course will take place at the Delft University of Technology Details will follow later Maximum number of participants 20 Topics and Lectures Introduction Day Introduction HPC trends Applications Parallelism Accelerators Performance This day will provide an introduction to high performance computing covering application and hardware trends and generic performance analysis and estimation techniques Multi core CPUs Day Generic multicores OpenMP and Single Assignment C SAC On the second day we look at the conventional multicore systems based on Intel and AMD mass market chip designs Such computing systems currently go up to 48 powerful cores and typically form the basis of clusters On the software side we compare the industry standard for directive based programming OpenMP with an academic development the array programming language Single Assignment C SAC GPGPUs Day Using GPUs NVIDIA and ATI as Accelerators CUDA and OpenCL GPUs have seen a large increase in their popularity as suitable architectures for high performance computing and NVIDIA must be credited with the start of this trend Therefore the third day of the course is dedicated to NVIDIA GPUs and their programming ATI hardware is also briefly discussed The discussion will focus on high performance applications for GPUs and their implementation using two popular programming models CUDA the proprietary NVIDIA solution and OpenCL the Open Computing Language standard developed for application portability on many core processors Large scale Day Scaling up HPC applications In this final day of lectures we will focus

    Original URL path: http://www.asci.tudelft.nl/pages/courses.php?course_id=13 (2016-01-09)
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