[visionlist] Electronic Imaging Symposium (EI 2023): Program Announced, Register by 25 DEC!
RMorehouse at imaging.org
Wed Dec 7 10:42:22 -04 2022
The Electronic Imaging Symposium (EI 2023) is back in person!
15-19 January 2023, San Francisco, CA
Explore all facets of electronic imaging research and innovation—human perception and cognition, AR/VR, computational imaging, autonomous vehicles, computational display, high-performance computing—and more during EI 2023.
SHORT COURSE PROGRAM
Deep Dive + Learn New Skills
Twenty-two (22) courses taught by academic and industry experts provide participants with a deeper understanding and an opportunity to explore new areas in topics that range from 3D and AR/VR to machine vision, deep learning, and more.
Save 10% off 3+ classes.
PLENARY TALKS (more to come)
EI speakers are leaders who educate and inspire by pushing the limits and challenging what we know.
* Anima Anandkumar, Bren professor, California Institute of Technology, and senior director of AI Research, NVIDIA Corporation
* Andrew B. Watson, chief vision scientist, Apple Inc.
Eighteen (18) conferences that feature keynote and invited talks, oral & poster presentations, best paper awards, and networking + social events.
New for 2023: High-Performance Computing for Imaging 2023 (HPCI)
Learn more and register by 25 December for savings- rates increase on 12/26.
Roberta Morehouse, CMP
Communications and Marketing Manager
Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T)
—imaging across applications—
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