Welcome to the 10th Summer School on Image Processing
3D Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing
This year's Summer School will be held between July 4-13, 2002, in Budapest,
SSIP is organised annually for graduate and PhD students interested
in image processing. Students are invited to participate
from all over the world. The language of the School is English.
SSIP 2002 is organised by the Department of General Computer Science
of the Institute of
Informatics, Eötvös Loránd University,
Knowledge of basics of image processing and a reasonable command of English are assumed.
Please provide us with a few details about yourself and your
institution, so that we can plan for the attendance and make arrangements
We reserve the right to select among the applicants
based on their experience in image processing.
The final registration deadline is June 15, 2002.
You are advised to register as soon as possible.
The number of participants will be limited.
The Organisers cannot guarantee accommodation for those who
register too late.
There is no participation fee.
You have to bear the travel costs to and
from Budapest as well as the cost for daily living (e.g., food).
The Organisers have no funds to cover these costs.
for the duration of the Summer School will be provided in one of the University's
dormitories. Those who request accommodation will have to pay
upon arrival an accommodation fee to partially cover the cost
of accommodation in a dormitory. Due to sponsorship by the Eötvös Loránd University,
the fee can be waived upon motivated request.
Consult the conditions of accommodation
A well established tradition of SSIP is that in addition to the morning
lectures on a wide range of topics from image processing, in the afternoons,
students work in teams and solve project assigments. On the last full
day of the Summer School, teams present their results to fellow participants
and an evaluation committee (selected from lecturers). The best project
works are awarded by prizes.
Students will receive a certificate of attending the Summer School and
passing the exam. This Summer School is accepted as a special PhD course
by several Universities.
It is also a tradition of SSIP that on the last full day, there is a
special session where students may present their own work (not the Summer
School project) to the others.
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Should you have any questions or comments, do not hesitate
to contact the organisers.
We hope to see you at SSIP 2002 in Budapest.