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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    and registration www asci tudelft nl Back to top Workshop ICT with the Industry In December this year once again the workshop ICT with the Industry is organized by NWO Physical Sciences EW and STW in close collaboration with the research schools ASCI IPA and SIKS ASCI PhD s can add this workshop to their educational program counting as a regular ASCI course Detailed information and registration http www lorentzcenter nl lc web 2015 775 info php3 wsid 775 venue Oort Back to top Call for Papers On 30 November 2015 the Autumn Meeting of the NVPHBV will be held in Eindhoven All contributions in the research areas pattern recognition and image processing are welcome The meeting will be hosted by the Biomedical Image Analysis group of the Eindhoven University of Technology and will be held in the Zwarte Doos located on the TU e campus adjacent to Eindhoven central train station Lunch is provided and some drinks at the end Proposals for contributions lectures can be submitted by email in the form of an abstract of 100 150 words in English until 10 November 2015 to b m terhaarromeny at tue nl Preferred format of the abstract heading Title

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    University Scientific Programmer LUMC Leiden University Scientific programmer m f Model based RSA As a scientific programmer you will work on maintenance documentation testing and further development of our Model based RSA software This state of the art 3D stereo roentgen images analysis software has been developed in C and uses the VTK and QT libraries for image processing and graphical user interface More information https www lumc nl over

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    overview ASCI Newsletter August 21 2015 News Congress on Advanced Image Processing Analytics Congress on Advanced Image Processing Analytics On September 9 th 2015 a congress on Advanced Image Processing Analytics in Dutch hospitals takes place in Utrecht The congress is organized by MedicalPHIT More information on the contents speakers and practical information can be found here http www phit nl node 26 details 20150414163248000941 The main language of the

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    Paris ENS have agreed to give keynote talks at NCCV The conference is supported by ASCI and there will be a competitive registration fee for ASCI PhD students The Conference website http www nccv2015 nl Submission website https cmt research microsoft com NCCV2015 Back to top Job openings 8 PhD candidates 3 Post Doctoral Researchers at UvA This summer Qualcomm the world leader in mobile chip design and the University of Amsterdam a world leading computer science department have started a joint research lab in Amsterdam the Netherlands as a great opportunity to join the best of academic and industrial research Leading the lab are profs Max Welling machine learning Arnold Smeulders computer vision analysis and Cees Snoek image categorization The lab will pursue world class research on computer vision and machine learning We are looking for 3 postdoctoral researchers and 8 PhD candidates in Computer Vision and Deep Learning More info and application details at http bit ly QUVA vacancies 5 Post Doc Positions University of Twente We are offering 5 postdoc positions in the field of ICT based research concentrating on topics relevant to a digital smart society Full details can be found on our Web site http

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    3 study how to modify and or replace parts of the existing algorithms to overcome malicious scaling and 4 design implement and test such modifications or replacements potentially also to be used on GPU systems As this PhD project covers many different aspects interest over a broad range of relevant areas and expertise in at least one of them is clearly important The research will be carried out as part of a collaboration between the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science LIACS the Leiden Observatory and ASTRON IBM s DOME project The student will be hosted at Leiden but frequent long visits to the partner institute are foreseen LIACS is the computer science institute of Leiden University engaged in both research and education in the area of computer science with the largest Dutch Data Science group and a very strong group in High Performance computing access to its own research supercomputers and highly active in the High Performance computing network in the Netherlands LIACS has about 20 faculty and 60 PhD students Leiden Observatory founded in 1633 is the oldest university astronomy department in the world With about 25 faculty over 50 postdoctoral associates and about 70 PhD students it is the largest astronomy department in the Netherlands Both LIACS and the Observatory cooperate intensely in the University wide Leiden Centre of Data Science An important focus are the developments of methods and techniques for the design implementation and application of advanced computer systems in particular parallel distributed and embedded computer systems Leiden is a charming university town with an international flair at 20 minutes from Amsterdam International Airport Excellence in Research is at the core of our University values and culture Most Leiden researchers have an international background English is the common language Dome is the ASTRON IBM Research

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    Keynote speakers will be announced once they are confirmed NCCV is supported by ASCI and there will be a competitive registration fee for ASCI PhD students Topics of interest include but are not limited to Early and Biologically Inspired Vision Color and Texture Segmentation and Grouping Computational Photography and Video Motion and Tracking Shape from X Stereo and Structure from Motion Image Based Modeling Illumination and Reflectance Modeling Shape Representation and Matching Object Detection Recognition and Categorization Video Analysis and Event Recognition Face and Gesture Analysis Statistical Methods and Learning Performance Evaluation Medical Image Analysis Image and Video Retrieval Vision for Graphics Vision for Robotics Vision for Internet Applications of Computer Vision Important Dates Submission deadline July 10 2015 23 59pm CET Notification of acceptance August 19 2015 Deadline for camera ready versions September 1 2015 Conference September 14 15 2015 Submissions The conference solicits two types of contributions Track A Type A contributions present new unpublished work in a paper of 4 8 pages The papers will be peer reviewed by the program committee In case of acceptance NCCV does not claim copyright of the paper so you are free to re submit it elsewhere after NCCV Track B Type B contributions are abstracts 2 pages max of work that was previously published in another peer reviewed computer vision venue CVPR ECCV ICCV IJCV IEEE TPAMI IEEE TIP etc Abstracts are used to determine the final program of the conference To ensure a high quality of the conference and to reduce reviewer load we particularly encourage the submission of type B papers All contributions will be published on the NCCV website but no copyright will be claimed The program committee will decide on which A and B contributions to selected for an oral presentation and which ones for a poster presentation Papers and abstracts can be submitted via https cmt research microsoft com NCCV2015 Style files and further submission instructions are available at www nccv2015 nl Contact You may contact H Dibeklioglu h dibeklioglu at tudelft nl or T Mensink thomas mensink at uva nl about questions regarding NCCV Organizers Hamdi Dibeklioglu Delft University of Technology NL Thomas Mensink University of Amsterdam NL Ronald Poppe Utrecht University NL Theo Gevers University of Amsterdam NL Program Committee Gertjan Burghouts TNO NL Peter De With Technical University of Eindhoven NL Gwenn Englebienne University of Twente NL Stratis Gavves Catholic University of Leuven BE Emile Hendriks Delft University of Technology NL Hayley Hung Delft University of Technology NL Bouke Huurnink The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision NL Inald Lagendijk Delft University of Technology NL Marco Loog Delft University of Technology NL Wiro Niessen Erasmus University Medical Center NL Johan Oomen The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision NL Eric Postma Tilburg University NL Marcel Reinders Delft University of Technology NL Hichem Sahli Vrije Universiteit Brussel BE Albert Ali Salah Bogazici University TR Klamer Schutte TNO NL Nicu Sebe University of Trento IT Jan Sijbers University of Antwerp BE Arnold Smeulders University

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    face at ASCI Office As of the beginning of April Janneke Hermans succeeded Ilse Oonk as the Coordinator Afdelingssecretaris of the Department Software and Computer Technology TU Delft EEMCS and of the research school ASCI Janneke works on Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays and Fridays E mail J M Hermans at tudelft nl IMPORTANT NOTE The ASCI Office is closed from May 13 June 3 rd 2015 https intranet tudelft nl en

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    microelectronics embedded systems computer and software engineering interactive multimedia and applied mathematics EEMCS Your Connection to the Future The Department of Software and Computer Technology comprises a number of research groups working on core computer science topics The department is responsible for a large part of the curriculum of the BSc and MSc programmes in Computer Science The department s research mission is to perform excellent research at an internationally recognised level in the design construction and analysis of complex concurrent and cooperative computer and information systems Inspiration for the research topics is derived largely from the use of computer systems in industry and society The department currently consists of six groups Distributed Systems Software Engineering Embedded Software Algorithms Web Information Systems and Computer Engineering The current Distributed Systems DS section concentrates on the modelling the design the implementation and the analysis of distributed systems and algorithms This research is fundamental in that it aims at the development and evaluation of generic methods and techniques and is application driven in that the research is motivated by application areas Most of the research is experimental building prototypes of systems preferably used in the real world to demonstrate the quality of the proposed solutions The main research areas of the current Distributed Systems group are grids and clouds P2P systems and online social networks massively multiplayer online games and big data processing systems Job description TU Delft is offering a position for a full Professor of distributed systems We are looking for an ambitious and inspiring leader with the ability to integrate areas such as resource management novel distributed platforms distributed systems for novel applications and quality attributes such as scalability or performance The new Full Professor will stimulate and initiate scientific interaction with other groups in the department contribute to the consolidation and expansion of the department s international network via joint research projects with industry and academia and deliver and expand on successful education The chair will lead the existing Distributed Systems Group Therefore besides having a compelling research line of his or her own the new chair must be able to work with a group that has a strong reputation in experimental research This calls for candidates who can benefit from the group s experimental expertise in order to establish a win win collaboration The chair will take a leading role in the line of education in distributed systems throughout the faculty s education programmes This includes teaching dedicated courses at the bachelor and master level as well as pro actively managing the courses taught by the full Distributed Systems group on subjects such as computer systems cloud computing and distributed algorithms Furthermore the chair will supervise students at the bachelor master and PhD levels Requirements Applicants should have the following qualifications Excellent track record in distributed systems research publications in high impact venues Strong track record in experimental research in distributed systems Excellent teaching skills compelling vision on academic education of distributed systems Strong leadership team management and team development skills Proven track record in acquisition of research funds also for investments in long term infrastructures Successful in translating research results into societal benefits Substantial international network in industry and academia relevant to the field of distributed systems Conditions of employment TU Delft offers an attractive benefits package including a flexible work week and the option of assembling a customised compensation and benefits package the IKA Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities In principle the salary is according to scale H2 with a maximum of 7 285 gross per month Promotion to the level of H1 is possible in case of a good performance matching the level of H1 TU Delft sets specific standards for the English competency of the teaching staff TU Delft offers training to improve English competency Inspiring excellent education is our central aim TU Delft offers training and certification to recognize and improve teaching skills Information and application For more information about this position please contact Prof Arie van Deursen phone 31 0 15 2782486 e mail arie vandeursen at tudelft nl We request candidates to send the following 1 Application letter 2 CV 3 Research statement 4 Education statement The application should also include names of six references Please e mail your application by 4 January 2015 to Mrs A Hoek HR EEMCS at tudelft nl When applying for this position please refer to vacancy number EWI2014 35 Enquiries from agencies are not appreciated Back to top Assistant professor in Web Science VU In collaboration with the Informatics Institute at the University of Amsterdam UvA the Department of Computer Sciences is seeking candidates for an assistant professor in Web Science VU University Amsterdam is one of the leading institutions for higher education in Europe and aims to be inspiring innovative and committed to societal welfare It comprises twelve faculties and has teaching facilities for 25 000 students Research at the Faculty of Sciences focuses on the areas of Life Health Networked World Fundamentals of Science and Energy Sustainability The faculty s teaching activities are directly linked to this excellent research Cooperation with other faculties on the VU University Amsterdam campus generates attractive high quality Bachelor s and Master s programmes At international level the faculty cooperates closely with leading scientific institutes and other partners In the context of the VU University Amsterdam management programme the faculty is cooperating closely with the Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences to optimize the support of teaching and research During the upcoming period the faculty together with the Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences will be facing the challenge of how to further flesh out cooperation between VU University Amsterdam s science faculties and those of the University of Amsterdam The VUA Department of Computer Sciences has approximately 170 members including 35 tenured staff members and 40 50 PhD students We are currently embarking on an ambitious collaboration with the UvA Informatics Institute This will result in the largest

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