University of Bristol

BVISS: Pattern Recognition without Features or Training

Professor Fred Stentiford – UCL Pattern recognition is usually implemented through the use of a selected set of plausible features that characterise the data being studied. In addition it is also necessary to identify a…

BVISS: Augmenting vision, the easy and the hard way

Dr Stephen Hicks – Oxford University – Research Fellow in Neuroscience and Visual Prosthetics, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences Mobile computing, augmented reality, deep learning. Consumer-grade devices are coming of age with a dazzling array…

BVI Seminar, Filipe Cristino, Bangor University

Seminar title, abstract and biography to be announced

BVI Seminar: Attentional selection of colour is determined by both cone-based and hue-based representations

Jasna Martinovic, University of Aberdeen What is the nature of representations that sustain attention to colour? In other words, is attention to colour predominantly determined by the low-level, cone-opponent chromatic mechanisms established at subcortical processing…

BVI Seminar: Eye Movements in Low and Normally Sighted Vision

Brian Sullivan, University of Bristol, School of Experimental Psychology  I will present two studies examining human eye movements and discuss my role at the University of Bristol. The first study concerns patients with central vision loss who…

BVI Seminar: Psychophysical probes into spatial vision: you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

Tim Meese, School of Life and Health Sciences, Aston University. Everyone knows what cosmologists do: they gaze out into the sky to see the secrets of what’s out there, matching observations with theory to understand how…

BVI Seminar: The effectiveness of camouflage; predator learning and new modelling approaches

Jolyon Troscianko, Exeter University Abstract: Evading detection is crucial for the survival of many animals, and number of different means of achieving camouflage have been discovered. I will discuss my recent work investigating whether some…

BVI Seminar: Why do animals look and behave the way they do?

BVI Seminar with speaker Dr. Karin Kjernsmo from University of Bristol.

Cuttlefish vision in a 3-D world

BVI Seminar with speaker Professor Daniel Osorio from University of Sussex.

BVISS: Learning to synthesize signals and images

Dr Sotirios Tsaftaris – School of Engineering, Edinburgh University Abstract:   An increasing population and climate change put pressure on several societally important domains. Health costs are increasing and at the same time feeding the world becomes…

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