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Lecture Theatre 2, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee
Emma Pead

This meeting will be held as a satellite event taking place the day before the 2019 SINAPSE ASM in Dundee. It is a full-day workshop providing opportunities to network with fellow image analysis researchers from around Scotland, and to present and discuss research in an informal setting. The event will close with a drinks reception in the Medical Marvels exhibit at the Dundee Science Centre.

PhD blitz presentations competition: Six slots are available for 3 Minute Thesis style presentations. Top Prize £150 travel bursary! E-mail abstracts to Emma Pead by 5pm 28th May for consideration.

Lunch will be provided and we are delighted to welcome Jonny Hancox from NVIDIA, who will give an introductory lecture on the fundamentals of deep learning for computer vision, then lead hands-on training on deep learning for medical image analysis, and lastly present on applications of generative adversarial networks for medical imaging data augmentation and segmentation.

16_DeepLearningInstitute_Logo_R11-RGB.png This workshop is made possible through generous sponsorship support from NVIDIA. Prior to the meeting day, all participants must read the Set Up Requirements to prepare for hands-on training.




Registration is free, and now open at the link below.  Please book your place early as spaces are limited.



Location: The meeting will be held in the Dalhousie Building on the University of Dundee campus. When the meeting draws to a close, all participants are invited to adjourn for an evening drinks reception within the Dundee Science Centre, a walk of approximately 10 minutes from the Dalhousie Building (towards the Dundee rail station).

2nd meeting of the SINAPSE Image Analysis group