[visionlist] AIDA Lecture series/semester course and short course offers Fall 2021. Digital image Processing, Advanced Computer Vision, CVML Web Lecture series offers from AUTH
ioannakoroni at csd.auth.gr
Tue Oct 12 05:56:03 -04 2021
Dear AIDA Students,
the Fall 2021 semester just started. AIDA has very interesting course offers
14 short courses,
7 lecture series/semester courses
as you can see in:
As the AIDA www system is brand new, due to some system glitches (to be
fixed very soon), you cannot use it presently for online registration in
courses and descriptions are still missing in some courses.
You will receive another message, when the system glitches are fixed to do
your on-line registration.
In order to avoid delays in Fall 2021 AIDA course registration, I suggest
you contact directly the AIDA Lecturers by email for the courses of your
As for Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Fall courses start on
11/10/2021 (hence this message). It offers the following:
1. Computer Vision and Machine Learning Web Lecture series contains
208 asynchronous Lectures organized in 21 Lecture modules (each up to 16
lectures) covering diverse topics on:Deep Learning and Neural Networks
* Deep Learning and Computer Vision Foundations and
* Computer Vision/Image Processing and 3D Imaging
* Autonomous Systems
* Human centered computing. Social Networks. Graph
* Digital Signal Processing and Applications.
2. Advanced Computer Vision (full semester course, MSc level),
3. Digital image Processing (full semester course, senior undergraduate
Details can be found in
https://www.i-aida.org/phd-studies/lecture-series-2/ and in the respective
Interested AIDA students can contact me (pitas at csd.auth.gr
<mailto:pitas at csd.auth.gr> ) or Ms Ioanna Koroni koroniioanna at csd.auth.gr
<mailto:koroniioanna at csd.auth.gr>
You may receive other notification messages for other AIDA Fall 2021 courses
in the near future.
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