Team NeuroMathComp

Overall Objectives
Scientific Foundations
New Results
Other Grants and Activities

Section: Dissemination

Participation to workshops, seminars and miscellaneous invitations

Olivier Faugeras gave in March an invited conference entitled ”Connecting scales: Mathematics and Neuroscience“ in the Ian P. Howard Lectures Series in Vision Science at the centre for vision research at York University (Canada), in Mai he gave an invited lecture entitled ”Mean-Field description of populations of neurons“ at the Workshop on Deterministic and Stochastic Modeling in Computational Neuroscience and Other Biological Topics in Barcelone (Spain), in September he gave an invited lecture entitled ”Revisiting the Geometry of low-level Vision from the point of view of Biological and Machine Vision“ at the Colloquium on Fundamental Advances in Computer Vision, held in Kyoto (Japan) in celebration of Katsu Ikeuchi's 60th birthday and in October he gave an invited lecture entitled ”Recent advances in mesoscopic and macroscopic modeling of cortical areas“ in the Laboratory for Mathematical Neuroscience at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Tokyo (Japan). In December he gave an invited conference entitled ”Mathématiques de la perception visuelle des contours et des textures“ at the MATHS A VENIR 2009 conference in Paris and an invited conference entitled ”Revisiting the geometry of low-level vision from the point of view of biological and machine vision“ at the Humanoids09 conference in Collège de France, Paris.

Together with Quang-Tuan Luong and Steve Maybank he received the Koenderink Prize for the most influential papers published in ECCV from 1990 to 1998 at ECCV 2008. Their paper [43] was presented at ECCV 1992.


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